• Paper crayons and paints to create a storm painting.
• Strings one for each couple of children
• Photocopy happy and sad faces for the team game.
• Print off JEALOUS HEART, THANKFUL HEART Visual Aid get two
of the children to colour the hearts prior to class.
• Print small hearts for children.
• Print out musical lyrics.
• Print 'Bible Verse Visual Aid' and get a child
to colour it prior to the class.
• Print 'Een favoriete zoon wordt een slaaf' colouring
• Print the 'Take Home Bible Memory Verse'
• Print Chapter #2 'And Puppy' one for each child.
• Print 'Een favoriete zoon wordt een slaaf ' kleurplaten
en mee naar huis nemen
• Print the 'Welzijn en mentale gezondheid van kinderen
en tieners tijdens de COVID-19 crisis' Adult Educational Handout.
• Continue to use the ‘Heaven Corner'
1. GAMES: (10 minutes)
Before class begins hide the happy and sad faces around the room, get the children to hunt them out once a child has found a face they must sit down continue the game until all the children are sitting then you can begin the Team Game.
(Respect social distances at all times and wear a mask)
Dutch Lesson #2 Visual Aids
2. TEAM GAMES: (10 minutes)
JEALOUS AND THANKFUL HEARTS: Provide each team member
with a happy or a sad face. Then each child will run when
it is their turn on the team to the two labels at the far
end of the room one JEALOUS HEART and one THANKFUL HEART.
The child will quickly tape their happy or sad face on the
correct "heart" and run back to their team for the
next player to place his happy or sad face on the appropriate
3. ACTIVE PRAISE CHORUS (5 minutes)
'Amen, Jezus is mijn vriend '
4. INTIMATE WORSHIP: (10 minutes)
a. Review (5 minutes)
Remember last week we introduced you to Joseph.
- Why did Israel love Joseph more than any of his other
(Because he had been born to him in his old age)
- What gift did his dad give him? (A coat of many colours,
use visual aid)
- How did Joseph’s brothers treat him? (They hated
him and were unkind to him.)
Dutch Lesson #2 Visual Aids
b. Learn a Bible Verse (5 minutes)
Ze zagen hem al van ver aankomen. Maar voordat hij bij
hen was, bedachten ze een plan om hem te doden.
Genesis 37: 18
Divide the children into
four groups and get each group to recite a part of the Bible
1. Ze zagen hem al van ver aankomen.
2. Maar voordat hij bij hen was,
3. bedachten ze een plan om hem te doden.
4. Genesis 37: 18
Shout it out, then whisper it, stand up, sit down, hop
on one foot, spin around finally say the entire verse.
Dutch Bible Verse Visual Aid
Encourage the children to color it and use
it to teach the Bible Verse
(Children must use individual colouring packs to reduce cross
Downloaden 'Een favoriete zoon
wordt een slaaf' Les #2 Bijbel geheugen vers in
'Een favoriete zoon wordt een slaaf' Les #2
Bijbel geheugen vers kleurplaat
Aangepast van Bijbel
c. Teach the Lesson (15 minutes)
Joseph’s father said to him, "Your brothers are out
tending my sheep. I want you to go check and make sure that they
Read: Genesis 37: 17-24
Joseph reminds us that it is possible to patiently endure, continuing
to put our trust in God’s plan. He spent 13 years in God’s
waiting room. That’s how long it took for God to prepare Joseph
for what was about to happen next. And as he waited, Joseph served
others with genuine concern and he refused to allow God’s
dream to die. He trusted God’s plan and knew that God was
How do we deal with challenges? Oh, I wish it could be a one-time
decision. I wish we could just do the right thing and be done with
it, but we have learned from Joseph that trusting God is an ongoing
challenge. It is a lifetime commitment. There will be ups and downs.
There will be times when it will seem much easier to just give in.
But Joseph reminds us that it is possible to be faithful over a
long period of time in very difficult circumstances
What kind of attitude do we have when life doesn’t go as
we think it should? What do we do when it seems like God has forgotten
Like Joseph, we might be tempted to give up, but hopefully we also
hang on and continue doing what we need to do.
We think of some of what the apostle Paul went through –
beatings, and shipwrecks, and all kinds of abuse – and this
is what Paul told the Corinthian Christians.
2 Corinthiërs 4:7-9
“Dat we dat nu begrijpen is als een kostbare schat. Maar
die schat zit in een breekbare kruik (= ons lichaam). De kracht
die in ons is en die groter is dan elke andere kracht, is niet onze
eigen kracht. Het is Gods kracht in ons. We zijn wel in moeilijkheden,
maar door zijn kracht zitten we nooit helemaal klem. We hebben wel
raad nodig, maar door zijn kracht zijn we nooit wanhopig. We worden
wel vervolgd, maar door zijn kracht laat God ons nooit in de steek.
We worden wel vertrapt, maar door zijn kracht staan we telkens weer
Paul had a rough life, but he also refused to let the dream die.
Paul continued living the Christian life.
Paul, like Joseph, in the waiting room of disappointment, continued
to hang on to God’s plan for his life. Both men continued
putting their trust in God.
Before we close, I must tell you that this is not the end of the
story of Joseph and his brothers. The story does have a happy ending
and Joseph is reunited with his father and brothers. But for today,
we learn the lesson of the terrible things that happen because of
the sin of jealousy.
Sometimes bad things happen to good people,
but God is still in control and He still had a plan for Joseph’s
‘Jozef De Dromer’ video.
The Story Teller and 'Scruffy'
the sock puppet read "And Puppy'
Chapter #2 'The BIG Bad C'
Chapter 2 of ‘And
Dutch 'And Puppy' Bible Verses
CORONA CRISIS INFORMATION:
Downloaden ‘Corona in Nederland’
Downloaden ‘Maatregelen bij
‘Hoe kan je een besmetting voorkomen?
‘Correct handen wassen in beeld uitgelegd'
'Correct handen wassen' colouring page
Optioneel Art Therapy: Give the children paper
and crayons or paints to take home and get them to create a CORVID
Discussion: Does anyone know anybody that has
died from Coronavirus?
6. APPLICATION / ENCOUNTERING GOD:
When you get hurt you need to take care of your injuries. When you
fall down and graze your knee you need a plaster. When someone hurts
you or you are in a shocking or scary situation, you need to take
care of your heart. You need to make sure that you don't end up
hating or being troubled by fear. You put a plaster on your heart
by talking about your troubles and not keep any bad feelings inside.
God wants to remind you that He will always be there to listen to
you. He says he will never leave you or forsake you.
Have the children write about times when they have felt afraid,
betrayed and separated from loved ones. Create a ‘Heaven Corner’
with a gold cloth on a chair with Jesus’ crown and a wooden
cross covered with a red cross to represent His blood. Get them
to come and place the papers at the foot of the cross and leave
those experiences there.
Dutch ‘Take Home Memory Verse’
Chapter 2 of ‘And
(To be translated)
en mentale gezondheid van kinderen en tieners tijdens de COVID-19
crisis' Adult Educational handout
rouwverwerking voor kinderen' Adult Educational handout
NEXT WEEK: Joseph is betrayed by his brothers
and sold into slavery
HEAL A HURTING HEART - CORONA CRISIS
SOWING SEEDS OF SUCCESS - MORINGA CURRICULUM