The proposed outline syllabus for the full range of resources for 3-11 year olds can be viewed here: Syllabus

Series Aims
  • To teach that both our words and our actions are needed to point people to Jesus.
  • To teach that when we live for Jesus some people will come to love and follow Jesus as king, but many will try to harm those who follow him.
  • To teach that God is in control of all things – he will provide everything we need to tell others and will look after us.
  • To teach that we must urgently tell all people the good news about Jesus so that they can worship and follow him as their God and king.
Series Overview
This series (Jesus on Mission) provides insight into how Jesus went about growing God’s kingdom by proclaiming the truth about himself and how he prepared his followers to take this good news to people from all over the world. This series examines two aspects of Jesus’ mission:
  • Man’s Work – Jesus taught his disciples the necessity of sharing the good news with those who don’t yet know and follow him. Through faithful prayer, action and words his disciples obediently followed his final command to make disciples throughout the world (weeks 1, 2, 3 and 4).
  • God’s Work – The harvest belongs to God, it is his kingdom and he is ultimately responsible for it. He therefore provides all the resources necessary to grow his kingdom and ensure that every nation on earth will be represented in heaven when the kingdom is finally seen in all its glory (weeks 2 and 3). This provision includes the people, power and protection necessary to ensure that the kingdom will grow despite opposition (weeks 2, 3 and 4).
These four passages in Matthew’s Gospel clearly show our responsibility to take the good news to all people and yet our complete dependence upon God to get the job done.

Series Outline
Lesson 1 - Living on Mission (Matthew 5:10-16)
Lesson 2 - Praying on Mission (Matthew 9:35-38)
Lesson 3 - Speaking on Mission (Matthew 10:1-31)
Lesson 4 - Going on Mission (Matthew 28:16-20)

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