July 30, 2017
Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52
Romans 8:26-39

Liar's memory

Reformation Sunday

Object: Play a game called "Liar's memory" with the children

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Good morning! Today I want to begin by telling you a story. It's not a true story, but it could be a true story. A boy named Aaron accidentally broke a lamp in his parents' home. He had been playing ball in the room and his parents had told him many times not to pay ball because he could break something. This time he did break something: the lamp!

Now Aaron could tell his parents what he did. But if he told them, what might happen to him? (Let them answer.) He could get grounded or scolded or sent to his room. He would probably be in trouble because his parents had told him not to play ball in the house.

Instead of telling the truth, Aaron could do something else. What might that be? (Let them answer.) He could tell a lie. He could make up something -- some reason -- the lamp broke. Give...

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