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Jesus Calms the Storm - Boat, Disciples, Sea of Galilee. Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, Luke 8:22-25.

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Jesus Calms the Storm

Science/Demonstration Workshop

 

Summary of Lesson Activities:

Through science experiments children will discover more about storms on the Sea of Galilee and storms in their own lives.

Lesson Objectives: Throughout the four-week unit, children will be helped to

  • Retell the story of Jesus calming the storm
  • Explore why the disciples were afraid
  • Identify with the disciples in the “storms” of their own lives
  • Recall the qualities of God and God’s faithfulness to us in all situations
  • Discuss and choose ways they will call on Jesus when they need help

Supplies:

  • Eight verse cards from the story, made in advance
  • Eight scene photos from the group’s Drama/Video Making workshop (note: first group of the rotation will not have these photos)
  • Large mixing bowl filled ¾ of the way with water, or a baby pool for more impressive effect!
  • Small toy boat
  • Large spoon
  • Office swivel chair, 2 heavy but soft objects, such as a bag of 5 baking potatos. (Why? Because if the kids let go of the bag it won't kill somebody!)


Note about science experiments:
Practice, practice, practice … the experiments at home before Sunday morning! While a flopped experiment is not the desired effect, always remember you can bring it back around to reminding the children that life often doesn’t go the way we hope or expect, but through it all, Jesus is with us!

 



Presentation

 

Opening-Welcome and Lesson Introduction:
Welcome the children warmly to the Science and Game Cove. Introduce yourself. Ask if there are any budding scientists among you this morning! Very briefly tell how you use science in your career.

In advance, the story will be divided up and printed on eight note cards for you. You will also have available the eight photos of the scenes the group created in the drama/video making workshop. Have the kids work together and match the text with the photos and then put the story in the correct order. Read together the Scripture passage in Mark to determine if they have it correct.

Point out the large map in the workshop and ask the children to locate the Sea of Galilee. Mention these facts about it: 13 miles long, 7 miles wide, and 150 feet deep. Let kids do some comparing of what else might be that long, wide and deep.


13 miles – from your hometown to ____
150 feet deep/high – Statue of Liberty

 

Dig-Main Content and Reflection:

 

Experiment #1: Waves on the Sea of Galilee

 

Have kids sit in a large circle and bring out the large but bowl of water. Place the toy boat in the water. (You may want to scale this up by using a kiddie pool for more dramatic effect.

 

Let kids know that the Sea of Galilee is shaped like a large mixing bowl with mountains around the edges. The winds that come in over the mountains hit the water and can cause large waves to come up quickly on the sea even in clear weather when it’s least expected. Waves bounced back and forth from shore to shore until the water is whipped into turmoil.

 

Demonstrate by using a spoon to gently stir the water next to one edge of the bowl. (Or by having students place their hands in ONE end of the pool and slowly moving their hands back and forth).  

 

Tell them that this is much like the effect the winds have on the Sea of Galilee. Ramp up the wave action until the boat is being tossed to and fro. Talk about being disciples on that bouncing boat.  Discuss why the disciples would be afraid and why they might not have trusted Jesus.

Experiment #2: Paper Clip Float

  1. Drop a paper clip in a cup of water. What happens?
  2. Tear off a piece of paper towel that is slightly larger than the paper clip.
  3. Place the piece of paper towel on top of the water.
  4. Gently place another paper clip on the piece of paper towel. Wait a few seconds. Now what happens?

Explanation: If you drop a paper clip in water, the paper clip sinks. But if you put the paper clip on a piece of paper towel after about 30-45 seconds the paper towel sinks and the paper clip floats. This is because water particles are attracted to each other in all directions, making them "stick" together. However, because there are no water particles above them, the water particles at the surface "stick" only to particles next to and below them. This makes the surface act as if it had a thin "skin". This is called surface tension. The paper towel helps you to lower the paper clip onto the surface gently without breaking the surface tension.
Comparing:
Do you ever feel like the first paper clip – “sunk” when there’s trouble or a problem?
If you’re the second paper clip and the paper towel is Jesus, how does Jesus keep you “afloat”?

Experiment #3: Momentum Machine (Be careful!!)

 

Put the office chair in the center of the room. Have the adult “shepherd” demonstrate momentum by sitting in the chair with their feet up off the floor. Place a brick in each of their hands with their arms outstretched to each side. Slowly start rotating the person in the chair, then let go and move away. Have the shepherd quickly pull their arms in toward them and they should rotate much faster. If they extend their arms back out they will go slower.


Explanation: http://www.exploratorium.edu/snacks/momentum_machine/

Comparing:
Invite the kids who would like to one at a time to sit in the chair. At these stages ask them the following questions that they can answer aloud or silently:

  1. Sit in the chair: Think about the disciples in the boat in the storm
  2. Put a Heavy but Soft object in each of their outstretched hands: Think of a problem or storm you face right now in your life, small or big
  3. Slowly spin them and tell them to pull their arms in: On our own we get spun around, knocked around by the storm, and can feel helpless and afraid.
  4. Tell them to put their arms out to slow down: Application: Reaching out to Jesus will help slow you down and calm you, like Jesus calmed the storm
  5. Stop them, tell them to close their eyes and get “undizzy” and ask Jesus to help calm their own personal storm.

 

Reflect:

Why we can trust Jesus:

Closing:

End with a discussion of why we can trust Jesus in all situations. Draw on the qualities of Jesus as God such as …

God is eternal, all knowing, does not change, is holy, truthful, faithful, compassionate, patient … and more!


Resources:


A lesson posted by Jan Hanson from: First Presbyterian Church

Napa, CA

 

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Jesus Calms the Storm
Video Workshop

Summary of Lesson Activities: Uses video "McGee & Me, Twister and Shout" (30 mins).
Nick and his friends, hanging out while Nick's parents are gone, deal with the news of an impending twister as they deal with fear and faith in God. 

Wormy Notes:  

  1. You can find this episode on YOUTUBE. It also appears on the compilation DVD entitled "McGee and Me Recharged: The Complete Series DVD Box Set", 978-1414301303 (includes 12 McGee videos).

  2. An additional option, if you own a copy or have access to the following videos then show short clips (which will vary from 2 – 10 minutes) of "Jesus Calming the Sea" from the several videos as time allows: The Visual Bible Video - Matthew (this is the best), Jesus Video, The Miracles of Jesus (Nest), The Miracles of Jesus (The Greatest Adventure).
    Have students compare/contrast the versions.


Presentation

 Opening-Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

Greet the children and introduce yourself.

Open with a prayer.

Dig-Main Content and Reflection:

Bible Passage:

  • Choose the scripture passage you like best to read the story. Always tell the children where in the Bible the verses are located.

    DEFINITION: Miracle – A wonderful event that shows us the power of God. (For older) – An especially vivid moment when as a result of an unexpected and surprising event one becomes aware of the presence and power of God at work.


Activities/Application:

God can help us through "storms" in our lives. Storms can be anything that causes us to worry or be afraid.

Discussion: (as time allows – adapted from information folder included with the video)

  • Comment:
    That story reminds me of a time I was really scared! (Be open with the children about a time you really needed to trust God.)
  • Ask:
    When was a time you were afraid? Have you ever helped someone else not be so afraid? How? How does it help to know God is with you when you’re afraid?
  • Comment:
    Sarah and Nick and the other kids had to do quite a few things to make it through that stormy night.
  • Ask:
    What did you see the kids doing to endure the storm? (They found flashlights, candles, and a lantern; patched a broken window; placed a bucket under a leak; swept up the broken glass; found blankets and sleeping bags; talked to each other about God’s care for them)
  • Ask:
    If we had a bad storm, and you were home alone, what would you do? (Discuss places to go, neighbors to contact, the need to encourage one another and pray in any emergency)
  • Comment:
    When Nick’s parent’s learned they could not drive home or even phone their children, they knew they must trust God for their family’s safety. As the Children began to realize that their parents would not make it home, they began to think and talk about God’s presence with them.
  • Ask:
    How can you know that God is always with you? (First, because the Bible says so. Genesis 28:5 says " I am with you and will watch over you wherever you go." Second, each time God helps us, we learn to depend on him a little more.
  • Ask:
    If you trust God, will he make nothing bad ever happen to you? (No, God’s promise is not to stop all trouble from bothering us. In Psalm 46:1, the Bible says "God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble." God’s plan is to help us grow stronger. Learning to handle problems is one way we experience growth. Some things happen that we think God should not allow. Sometimes we do not understand why hurtful things happen. That’s when we really need to believe that God loves us and he will make something good out of even the worst things.)
  • Comment:
    There wasn’t much time with the storm blowing and the lights out for the kids to do all they had to do. Even so, Nick took a moment in the dark to pray. Sometimes people get so busy trying to solve a problem, they forget the most important thing of all: to pray for God’s help.
  • Ask:
    Why is it important to pray when trouble comes? (God already knows about the trouble, but prayer is one of the most important ways we show our trust in him.)
  • Ask:
    What can a person do when there isn’t time to stop and pray? (Even though closing your eyes can help you think about God while you’re talking to him, you can pray while you’re working or running, or doing anything else that needs to be done. God will answer a quick silent prayer just as readily as a long spoken one.)
  • Ask:
    Will God always do what you ask? (God will always hear, but his answer may be different than you expect. We usually think we know what God should do, but he’s the one who really knows what is best. So, sometimes his answer is ‘no," and sometimes it’s "wait." At other times his answer is totally unlike what we have asked. Trusting God means you believe he will do what you need, not necessarily what you want.)

Closing:

End with a prayer.


A lesson written by Steve and Brenda Klusmeyer

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Jesus Calms the Storm

Science Workshop

 Summary of Lesson Activities: Three science demonstrations intend to spark discussion.

  1. Use Alka-seltzer in water and in oil to demonstrate how being filled with chaos leads to chaotic reactions but being filled with God's peace leads to no chaotic reactions. (Lesson included below.)
  2. Use Alka-seltzer tablets to pop the tops off of film canisters, to show how a build-up of chaos causes us to “lose” it. (Lesson included below.)
  3. Build a dam using clay and popsicle sticks to show how the dam has to be filled with God's Holy Spirit, instead of being empty, in order to keep the water/chaos out. (Lesson not included.)

 

For the full lesson (including supply lists, pictures, and "background") download the attached Word .doc at the bottom of this post. 

 

Scripture Reference: 

Luke 8:22-25 

 


More detailed "Summary": This Science lesson starts with the reading of the scripture story of Jesus sleeping through and then calming the storm. The three science demonstrations focus on helping the students think more about chaos and the two different reactions that we see exhibited by the disciples and Jesus.

 

First activity consists of guessing which type of liquid (water or vegetable oil) will react to the storm (AKA the Alka-seltzer tablet). Taking this idea further, the second activity illustrates why having a reaction to the storm is not desirable by putting water and oil in 35 mm film canisters and guessing what will happen (the top will blow off the water one). 3rd demonstration is of a constructed dam that isn't solid and seeps water until it is filled with something solid (best material for this being kitty litter) to demonstrate how being filled with the Holy Spirit is what determines why Jesus is not reactive to/filled with fear towards the storm/chaos. 

 

(Note: Though I like the idea behind the dam demonstration, it's a LOT of prep time. I also am not sold on the idea of equating kitty litter with the Holy Spirit. That being said, I haven't been able to think of another type of demonstration that clearly shows how being filled with GOds Spirit/love means we can't simultaneously be filled with something else, like chaos or storms or fear. Any thoughts are appreciated.)

 

For the full lesson, download the attached Word .doc at the bottom of this post. Note that the first three pages of the document are "background" and that the actual lesson starts on page 4 (which is also where you will find the supply list). 


From the attached lesson (which includes an opening and reading the story) here are the 1st and 2nd science activities with some of the teaching comments (in first person) included...



Presentation

 

Opening-Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

Greet the children and introduce yourself.

 

Open with a prayer.

  • You might remember this from other classes: The people who first heard this story (2000 years ago), understood the “sea” in stories to also be a symbol for chaos.
  • Basically, what that means is that the people who first heard this story heard that the disciples and Jesus were sailing on the sea, but they also hear/understand that Jesus and the disciples in the middle of chaos.
  • We may not know what chaos is, so let’s talk about chaos for a moment.
  • Chaos is something that we cannot predict or control. Chaos is when lots of things are happening all at once or when the things that are happening don’t make any sense.
  • For example, when an accident happens, then we often experience chaos.
  • In the story that we read today, though, Jesus and the disciples responded very differently to the chaos. Why might that be? We’re going to look at one reason why right now.

Dig-Main Content and Reflection:

 

Explain and Do Alka-seltzer demonstration with water and oil

  • We’re going to pretend that these two glasses are not glasses, but people.
  • We’re going to pretend that this glass over represents the disciples.
  • And this other glass, we’re going to pretend is Jesus.
  • Do you notice anything different about the two glasses? (the disciples glass has water in it; the Jesus glass has some yellowish/gold stuff [vegetable oil] in it)
  • That’s right! The disciple glass has water in it. And what does water represent in the Bible stories? Chaos, that’s right! But right now, the water in the disciples does not look very chaotic does it? Instead it looks pretty peaceful, right?
  • The reason that the disciples have this water/chaos in them is because if we’re not focused and paying attention to God, then instead of being filled with God’s holy spirit, we get filled with other things. Other things that might look calm at first…but then….Something else happens.
  • So let’s introduce something else.
  • Let’s introduce a storm.
  • The storm is going to be represented by this alka-seltzer tablet.
  • So what happens when we drop the storm into the middle of the disciples?
  • [Accept answers from class then drop the alka-seltzer tablet into the water and watch it fizz. Congratulate those who guessed/hypothesized correctly]
  • The storm really stirred the disciples up, didn’t it?
  • So let’s go over to Jesus now. He’s not filled up with water. He’s filled up (ok, PRETEND he’s filled up if the glass is not full) with the Holy Spirit instead of chaotic water.
  • What do you think will happen once we introduce a storm and drop into the middle of his nap?
  • [accept answers from class and then drop the alka-seltzer tablet into the water and watch it just sit there and NOT fizz. Congratulate those who guessed/hypothesized correctly]
  • As we can see, because Jesus was paying attention to God and was therefore filled with God’s Holy Spirit, the storm did not have any effect on him, did it?
  • So maybe you think the fizzing is kind of cool (and it is in a science class). But let’s do a demonstration about what happens to us when we’re filled with chaos


Explain and Do Alka-Seltzer pop-off demonstration

  • We’re going to take a 35 mm film canister and we’re going to pretend that this film canister is like the disciples.
  • They are slowly filling up with something other than God’s Holy Spirit. They’ve had a long, hard day and are feeling a little grumpy and hungry. And because they are still students, they haven’t got super-good, yet, at remembering to focus on God at all times.
  • So we’re going to put some water in them (fill 1/2 to 2/3rds full with water).
  • And just like last time, we’re going to introduce a storm to the disciples.
  • [Pull out a alka-seltzer tablet, wave it around, then drop it into the film canister with water in it. Then put the top on it. MAKE SURE that you keep the canister pointed at all times toward the ceiling and away from the students. Once the lid flies off, if you quickly put the lid back on, it’ll happen again, only a little less powerfully]
  • While you wait, ask: What do you think will happen?
  • [When lid pops off, then say]: When we are filled with other things besides God’s holy spirit, and then chaos things, like a storm are introduced, we get all stirred up inside and eventually what happens to us is that we panic. What this means is that we say or do things because we’re really afraid. And when we’re acting out of fear, we will not make the best decisions.
  • So again, what happens if we pretend Jesus is this canister and we fill him with the Holy Spirit vegetable oil? What would happen? (Nothing!) Right. Which means that Jesus is able then to know what to do in the moment.

Closing: 

End with a prayer.

 


A lesson by Nathanael from rfour.org


If you like this lesson, and are interested in more, visit www.rfour.org/curriculum.html.

--Nathanael

 

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Attachments

Jesus Walks on the Water

Video Workshop

Summary of Lesson Activities: 

Using the Son of God DVD (2014)

Chapter 10:  Jesus feeds the 5000  …beginning to reveal who he is. He’s more than just a teacher!  (this miracle is very much related to the central question in chapter 11.)

Chapter 11: Who is Jesus? Jesus Calms the Storm, we can trust him.

Update: I've written a free outline to the entire Son of God movie with discussion questions.


 

Leader Preparation:

  • Read the scripture ahead of time.
  • Gather the materials.
  • Preview the video.

Supplies List:

  • Video


Lesson Plan 

Opening-Welcome and Lesson Introduction: 

Begin the lesson by writing out on the board and having the kids help you answer the following questions:

  •  Who is Jesus to you? (A friend?  A God?  A hero? A good teacher? A bore? A legend?)
  • Who is Jesus to people who don’t know him?
  • How do you KNOW Jesus is who he says he is?
  • What does it mean when you say Jesus is your Messiah?

Dig

Show the Video:

Start at Chapter 10.
We see Jesus coming ashore to teach, and then perform the miracle of the Loaves and Fishes.  No, it's not part of the "Calm the Storm" story, but they are connected to the same question: Who is Jesus? Is he the one? How will we know?

Then in Chapter 11 we see Jesus at a campfire, and the disciples are coming to grips with who Jesus is.

The disciples ask him, Who are you? Some people think you’re the Messiah.  

PAUSE the video right at this point and write down that question: Who do you think I am?  It's the most important question anyone can answer.

Jesus confirms that he is the Messiah, and interestingly, that only GOD can reveal that to a person. (What does that say about faith? ...that it is a gift, and not something you can attain on your own, you can only prepare for it and nurture it.)

Then we see Jesus come walking during the storm and calling Peter out of the boat.  

End use of the video at the ending of the scene where Jesus has calmed the sea and comforted the disciples.

After the Video

ASK: Why did Peter get out of the boat? 

ASK: What does the story teach us?

(Peter is us. Life is the storm. Who will help us through it? We should do what Jesus asks us, not fearing for our life. Faith means going through difficult scary things knowing that Jesus is right there with you and will save your life. Faith in this story = "confidence.")

Now ask:  What Important Things do we see Jesus doing in this miracle?

(1) He walks on water in the storm showing who he is.
(2) He calls Peter to walk through the storm with him. 
(3) He rescues Peter from the stormy waters.
(4) He calms the storm and the disciples’ fear. 

Say:  He does not let Peter sink, and he does not punish Peter for lack of faith or the disciples for being afraid.  He does not let us sink. He does not punish us for having little faith. Jesus understands, he comes to save.

(5)  Notice that Jesus doesn’t get rid of the storm, he just calms it. Storms happen! 
The waters are still there, and the wind can come back. But we have this story to remind us that we can count on Jesus to save us. That he has the power. That he truly is the Messiah they were wondering and asking about!

Reflection Activity  -- Walking Across a 2 x 4...  (a great activity focusing on Life App!)

Place a 2 x 4 x 8 piece of lumber on top of two sturdy/stable blocks.

One at a time, with spotters, invite the kids to walk from one end to the other.

At first, your average 4th grader will be able to make it across quickly. But then in each successive 'round' -change the conditions to begin introducing the idea that "obeying Jesus (by walking towards him) is not easy when the board (life) gets scary or you have distractions that are trying to keep you from following Christ." **You'll say several versions of this basic idea many times as each child tries crossing. Watch closely and make your point repeatedly!

Here are a couple of the "make difficult" and "distractions" we had the kids do while someone was walking the board...

  • Waving hands in front of the person crossing.
  • Only looking at your feet and not the name "Jesus" written on the end of the board.
  • Walking backwards.
  • Walking with your eyes closed or looking to the side.
Etc.  (Make them up depending on your kids' ages and abilities, you want everyone to "sink" (fall off) at some point.

After a time, stop walking the board and give each a marker so they can create a "record" on the 2x4 some of the ideas presented in the story, lesson, and teacher/student comments as they crossed the board. For example, we had them write encouragements, such as, "don't be distracted from following Jesus."  "Don't worry, Jesus saves!"  and "key your eyes on Jesus." We had them write down distractions. We also had them name the board, "Walk of Faith," and add verses from the story.

The kids loved this activity and working on the board.

We then watched Chapter 11 again. They were very impressed with the special effects and "got it" that the story was not just a miracle, but a lesson taught by Jesus to Peter, and to THEM.

Closing:

End with a prayer.


 A lesson from Neil MacQueen

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Nathanael (rfour.org) posted:

Jesus Calms the Storm

Science Workshop

 Summary of Lesson Activities: Three science demonstrations intend to spark discussion.

  1. Use Alka-seltzer in water and in oil to demonstrate how being filled with chaos leads to chaotic reactions but being filled with God's peace leads to no chaotic reactions. (Lesson included 

 





ALTERNATE IDEA:

Came across this "Alka Seltzer Lava Lamp" science experiment which riffs similar to what Nathan was posting above.  In this version seen in the video, the difference is that you add WATER to the oil, plus blue food coloring, and the effect is like a rainstorm.  

Elsewhere in this thread, I described a "boat in a babyjar" project I once did. Next time I would definitely try this Alka Seltzer "Storm" bottle and ADD the boat 

Here's a link to the YouTube "HOW TO" video by the same guy. Really easy. 

I could see our kids making their own storm mix and boat to put in a mason jar (with lid to go home) and sending them home with tablets to demonstrate to family.

If the link ever goes dead, just google "alka seltzer lava lamp."

Ryan Stevenson's "In the Eye of the Storm" song and lyric video speaks to the disciples' experience on those stormy seas.  A great contemporary Christian song.

Check out the LYRICS of the song... lots of rich imagery and real life connection.
http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics...n/eyeofthestorm.html

In the eye of the storm, You remain in control
And in the middle of the war, You guard my soul
You alone are the anchor, when my sails are torn
Your love surrounds me in the eye of the storm
When the solid ground is falling out from underneath my feet
Between the black skies, and my red eyes, I can barely see
When I realize I've been sold out by my friends and my family
I can feel the rain reminding me

In the eye of the storm, You remain in control
In the middle of the war, You guard my soul
You alone are the anchor, when my sails are torn
Your love surrounds me in the eye of the storm
Mmm, when my hopes and dreams are far from me, and I'm runnin' out of faith
I see the future I picture slowly fade away
And when the tears of pain and heartache are pouring down my face
I find my peace in Jesus' name

The song ends with his recitation of parts of Psalm 23.

Here's Ryan's acoustic version of the same song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYy1f6VjDHU

Here's a fan-created video of the same song with images that go with the lyrics.

After losing our daughter two years ago, we have found certain songs to be a source of strength. "In the Eye of the Storm" (above) is one of them, as is Lauren Daigle's, I Will Trust in You.  

Also, Danny Gokey's, Tell My Heart to Beat Again was a wonderful reminder that there is still much life to live.

We did Paul's story three years ago; it seems to be time to do it again, and I will have to work this song into it! 

Barb 


"Jesus Calms the Storm" -a three-minute animated video from Saddleback Kids, posted on their free YouTube channel.

Suitable for introducing a Bible study or use in worship.
Mark 4:35-41, Luke 8:22-25, and Matthew 8:23-27

Lauren Daigle hit the top of the charts with a number of tunes in 2015-18, including this one, "I Am Yours."  In it she sings about the waters and storms. Some might remember her as an American Idol contestant. This song's imagery is also reminiscent of Psalm 46.

This is her official video for the song:

Refrain:

Let the waters rise
I will stand as the oceans roar
Let the earth shake beneath me
Let the mountains fall
You are God over the storm
And I am Yours

Psalm 46:

God is our refuge and strength,
    an ever-present help in trouble.
Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way
    and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea,
though its waters roar and foam
    and the mountains quake with their surging.

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