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Impact Kids Ministries 600 7th St., PO Box 40 Port Edwards, WI 54469

PAID PERMIT #14 PORT EDWARDS, WISCONSIN, 54469

M’Pact Girls & Royal Rangers

Kids Church 6:00pm

6:30pm Kids Church 8:30am & 10:30am– Port 10:00am-Grove

M’Pact Girls & Royal Rangers

Kids Church 6:00pm

6:30pm Kids Church 8:30am & 10:30am– Port

M’Pact Girls &

10:00am-Grove

Royal Rangers

CE– 6:00pm

6:30pm

Kids Church 8:30am & 10:30am– Port

M’Pact Girls &

10:00am-Grove

Royal Rangers

CE– 6:00pm

6:30pm

Kids Church 8:30am & 10:30am– Port 10:00am-Grove CE– 6:00pm

Kids Church 6:00pm

Kids Church 6:00pm

Kids Church 6:00pm

This Month in Kids Church Feb. 7-”Through The Roof” Feb. 14- ‘LOVE” Feb. 21- “God Has No Favorites” Feb. 8– “Jesus Calms the Storm”

efore long you will be celebrating Valentine's Day. So ask yourself, "what would Jesus do for Valentine's Day?" Do you think Jesus would send His mom a pretty card? Maybe He would make her a card out of construction paper and dollies. Maybe He would get chocolates for all His disciples. Or maybe, just to show them He cares about them, He would sit down and eat with them. Jesus would ask them how they were doing. He might tell them a funny joke or pray for them as He listened to some of their problems. Jesus was a master at seeing things most people couldn't see. People who were hurting, lonely, and sad were the kind of people Jesus loved to be around. He knew if He could show them kindness and compassion, He could show them God's love. The Bible says, "God's love drives away all fear. " The love that comes from God isn't some kind of mushy romantic love. It's a love that gives you peace and puts a smile on your face. There are kids in your school and in your neighborhood who don't have much to smile about. No one is asking them over to play. No one is hanging out with them at recess. No one is saying anything nice to them. They are lonely and in need of a friend. What would Jesus do on Valentine's Day? Jesus would be a friend to the boy or girl who seems to have no friends. Jesus gave away love by d o i n g something to put a smile on so meo ne 's face a nd making them feel special. There's no better role model than Jesus. Do what Jesus would do this Valentine's Day! Help Him love someone who really needs it!


Help your Kids Love Others

Hey Kids! There are many stories about Valentine’s Day. One story involves Saint Valentine and the evil ruler Emperor Claudius II. Claudius the Cruel was having a difficult time getting soldiers to join his military. He believed that the reason was that roman men did not want to leave their families. Claudius the Cruel then made it illegal for anyone to get married or perform a marriage. Valentine and another priest by the name of Marias secretly performed marriages even though it was against the law. Both of the priests were eventually captured and killed for defying the emperor. The priests were sainted by the church and celebrated during the month of February. Love comes in many forms. We can love nearly everything from chocolate cake to our mommies! So as we focus on love this month, let’s remember the most gigantic love we can ever encounter; the love of God. It’s a love so big; it sent Jesus to the cross. And it’s with that kind of love that God gives to us.

B rai ns to rm with your kids and create a list of people who may be feeling lonely this month. This may include: new neighbors, new kids in school, people who have recently lost a loved one, residents of nursing homes, or someone who doesn't seem to "fit in". Decide on a random act of kindness for each person on your list. Make the month of February a "love month" for your family. Bless all the lonely people in your lives!

This is a Stack-a-Word puzzle. You must figure out which words are missing in each of the verses below and then figure out where they fit in the puzzle. Some are easy and some are tricky, but they're all filled with Love. Have fun!!!

Valentine's Day is a great time for giving away love, and your family is the best place to start giving it away. Pick two nights during the week of Valentine's Day and do these activities together as a family. Boo! I Love You! Make a pop-up Valentine for an extra special surprise. Fold a piece of red construction paper in half. Cut a 1 inch by 4 inch strip of construction paper and fold it into a cube with two open sides. Make a heart out of construction paper and doilies. Write a Valentine message on your heart. Attach your heart to the top half of the construction paper by first gluing the cube on the back of the heart. Then glue the other side of the cube to the top half of the construction paper. Draw a picture on the bottom half or cut out more hearts to finish decorating your card. Have fun!!!

Michelle

Hide and Find Valentines Cut out hearts for each family member. Make each set of ten a different color and assign a color to each family member. Disburse the hearts evenly, but don't give someone their own color. Write a message on each heart for each family member. Hide the hearts all over the house. Each person can only pick up their hearts and they can't reveal to anyone else where the other hearts might be hiding. (Hiding ideas: tape to gallon of milk in refrigerator, place in dad's briefcase, tape to steering wheel of mom's vehicle, slip in brother's shoe, put in sister's backpack, etc.)

Toby Mac's new CD T on i gh t r e le as es February 9th. Features #1 single "City on Our Knees" and guest appearance from Toby Mac's 11 year old son, Truett (aka TruDog)

Show Your Kids the Love We interact with our kids many times a day. However, most of those interactions are about taking care of daily business like chores, homework, and extra-curricular activities. What our kids often miss out on is that connection that makes them feel LOVED! Use the following ideas to help you be intentional about loving your kids.

Church Mice

By Karl A Zorowski

Brag about them...When you’re talking about your child emphasize the positives, especially when they can hear you. include them in your decisions...Make them feel valued by asking their opinion about family plans for the weekend or what you should have for dinner. You can also ask their advice related to clothing, gifts, and entertainment. Talk with them...Forget all the hustle and bustle and to do lists. Grab a drink and sit down to just chat about their day. Facebook them...if your kids are on facebook post a little love on their wall where all their friends can see it. They’ll probably act like that’s not cool but they won’t delete it! Finally...HUG HUG HUG HUG!!!!

Copyright 2010 Karl A. Zorowski. All rights reserved. Used with permission

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