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- Chinese (华人事工)
This Sunday, the classes learned about how King Solomon had a temple built using Lebanese cedar, pine logs and stone, an effort that started in 967 B.C. that took seven years to complete and replaced the tabernacle tent in use (1 Kings, 5-6). After finishing their discussion on King Solomon praying for wisdom, the Pre-K class honed their construction site observation skills by finding and coloring elements in a rendition of the construction scene (ladder, saw, and a palm tree and angel in relief detail on the wall).
Following the theme of place of worship, the lesson leaflet includes an activity parents can play with their children that is based on the classic “Here is the church, here is the steeple” hand game (see photo).
Next week, the prophet Elijah and a widow and her son learn about how God provides for needs.
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