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’ll talk about what God made on day three! After light and dark on day one, and sky and water on day two, God made land, plants and sea on day three. Before day three, the earth was covered with water. Imagine what took place on this day, with parts of the ocean floor pushing their way upward to form land while other parts sunk low to shift the water away to form oceans deep. God commanded the land to produce all kinds of plants – green grass, beautiful trees, blooming flowers, bushes and fruit bearing trees. What a day! God called it all, “Good.” This week, as you talk to your preschoolers about day three of creation, remind them to notice the plants and trees around them. Encourage them to take a moment to thank God for the beauty of His creation we enjoy. From the scent of a fragrant rose, to the trees we can climb, to the juicy apples we can eat, God made land, plants and sea on day three. Who made everything? [Bottom Line] God made everything!