Sunday mornings can go at a fast and furious pace. If we aren’t strategic, we can miss key relational connections. Gather your team of volunteers for a brief gathering before the serving begins. Answer any questions about the curriculum and ask for prayer requests. Then read the following devotion before praying for the day:
Today we go WAY back to the beginning when there was nothing. Well, wait. God was there of course. And then, out of all that nothing, God started creating. He started with light and dark – what he named night and day. God declared them both “good.” And then on day two, God separated the waters above and below, creating sky and water. God saw what he had made and it was good. It’s hard for us to wrap our finite minds around the idea of an infinite God. At the same time, there is peace in knowing that we don’t have to figure it out. While we may never be able to fully understand the power and creativity of a holy God, we can certainly stand in awe and wonder at the God who made EVERYTHING. By His own power and might, God created all things. This month, you will introduce your preschoolers to a God who is BIG enough to create all things and personal enough to know the number of hairs on their heads. A God who loved us so much that He sent His Son into the world to fix the mess we’d made of his beautiful creation. Who made everything? [Bottom Line] God made everything.