- Whiteboard and marker or chalkboard and chalk
- Bibles or the Superbook Bible App
Write the SuperVerse on the board. 2 Corinthians 9:10:
Superbook Before or After: Memorize the SuperVerse with a group activity.
Have the children sit down facing the board.
Let’s read the SuperVerse together on the board. 2 Corinthians 9:10:
When we think about miracles, we usually think of something dramatic like a blind person being healed, or someone raised from the dead, or water turned into wine. These are definitely exciting and powerful miracles only God can do. Yet, for a tiny seed to grow into a mature plant and produce food to feed countless numbers of people is also a miracle. A farmer could not do this without God, who created everything. God multiplies what we give to provide for and bless others.
How could the young boy have fed the crowd with his bread and fish without Jesus multiplying it? He couldn’t, it was impossible.
He only brought enough for himself that day. However, this young boy was willing to trust Jesus with the little amount he had.
In this activity, you will turn your head and cover your eyes while I erase a word. I will say “Open your eyes,” and you can raise your hands to tell me what the missing word is.
Do this with several words in the verse. Have everyone read the SuperVerse aloud together to end the activity. If children cannot memorize the SuperVerse, be sure they understand its meaning. Remind them to keep working on the verse at home.