An evangelistic outreach club
WHAT IS DANGEROUS CLUB?
Dangerous Club is a monthly church-run club for children in school years 4-6 (8-11 year olds).
At the centre of the club is a short, clear, evangelistic Bible talk which aims to show children more of Jesus and their need for him in their lives. The activities are big, fun and high energy. Despite its name, there is no real danger involved, but it feels exciting!
WHY RUN DANGEROUS CLUB?
In Dangerous Club we want to give older children an opportunity to invite their friends to a club that is specifically aimed at their age group.
Dangerous Club helps children learn how to pray for their friends, invite them to a church event and care for them when they come along.
Dangerous Club can be a great opportunity to teach the Bible in an age specific context. It can also be a fun club to enjoy with their friends, where their church can gain credibility. Finally, it is also an opportunity for new role models to play a part in their life, as leaders care for them and discuss the Bible passage with them.
This package includes 10 short talks and activity plans as well as the information you need to start your own Dangerous Club.
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Luke 2:8-12, John 3:16;1:14, Isaiah 1:18, Philippians 2:8 & Isaiah 9:6
Games to play and illustrations to use for your Children’s Christmas event
You’ll still need to study the passage, prepare your talk and make it suit your context; but maybe there is just the seed of an idea that you need to get started. This download contains 6 games and Bible illustrations to get you going.
An Easter talk
The angel reminded the women at the empty tomb that Jesus had said that he would be crucified and then 3 days later, rise again. He had kept his promise
This talk prompts the children to realise that if Jesus had kept this most important promise, then all of his others will certainly be kept.
This assembly opens with a neat magis trick to illustrate that even though we see the same thing, we might react differently. It shows how the different people present at Jesus' death reacted and what they thought of Jesus. It asks the pupils to think about who they think Jesus is.
1 John 3:16
This assembly aims to show children what love is, and that Jesus loved us so much that he gave up His life to give life to those who follow Him.