I don't know if this is an actual post, or simply a post about a series of upcoming posts this school year. See, every so often I lead a chapel time for the preschool ministry at our church. Little kids are not my forte, but it's usually 10-15 minutes of me hanging out with them, asking questions, and attempting to share a story from the Bible.
Last year I worked with them on the Fruit of the Spirit, even helping them to memorize Galatians 5:22-23. There is nothing better than hearing 70 3,4 & 5 year olds quoting scripture.
So now I'm trying to plan for this year. I'm going to tell them a new story about Jesus each time and I think I will share it with you, for whatever it's worth. I'll call them Jesus &.
Why? Because you never get too old to hear a story of Jesus. And the truths we teach our youngest never change. They are the foundation upon which we build our lives. And a good reminder never hurt anyone.
Now, I am wondering how to approach telling the story of Jesus and the woman caught in adultery, found in John 8. (Please look up sarcasm before writing me a shocked note.)
What story of Jesus would you be sure to include?