Family Worship Resources

Family Worship Resources are created to help you read, study the Bible, pray, and worship together as a family. It also includes helpful tips for making family worship appropriate for children of different ages. See below to find our current resources to assist you with Family Worship.

 

1/5  Jesus returns to heaven

This Week: As a family, read Acts 1:1–11.
Principle: God’s plan to spread the gospel will continue until Jesus returns.
Ask Your Child: What was God’s plan for the spread of the gospel?
Apply: By proclaiming the gospel to others.


1/12  The Holy Spirit arrives

This Week: As a family, read Acts 2:1–47.
Principle: Those who trust in Christ receive the Holy Spirit.
Ask Your Child: What happened on the day of Pentecost?
Apply: By testifying to Jesus’ death, resurrection, and ascension.

1/19  Peter and John preach the gospel

This Week: As a family, read Acts 3:1–26.
Principle: There is no other name under heaven by which people can be saved.
Ask Your Child: How was Jesus’ name exalted in today’s lesson?
Apply: By proclaiming salvation in Jesus’ name with boldness.

1/26  Ananias and Sapphira lie to the Holy Spirit

This Week: As a family, read Acts 4:32–5:11.
Principle: Believers should fear being hypocrites.
Ask Your Child: Why did God take the lives of Ananias and Sapphira?
Apply: By fearing God, who has power over life and death.

2/2  The Jews resist the Holy Spirit

This Week: As a family, read Acts 6:1–7:60.
Principle: Those who trust in Christ receive the Holy Spirit.
Ask Your Child: What were the characteristics of those who were saved?
Apply: By testifying to Jesus’ death, resurrection, and ascension.

2/9  Review