PoPKids Bible Time with Brigetta & Friends


With all the challenges that have come of the COVID-19 Pandemic, there have been many gifts that have emerged from it, as well. One of these gifts has been the opportunity to try things in new ways. Here at Prince of Peace, we have thoroughly enjoyed the children's sermons and PoPKids Praise Songs music videos that Brigetta, Moses and the PoPKids Family Worship Team have provided us virtually over the past two and a half years. Here you will find a growing video collection of these fun and meaningful messages for our kids – and our kids at heart – to watch anytime they want!
  • "He Is There" – PoPKids Praise Songs music video #9, based on II Timothy, 3:16  (11.20.22The song, "He Is There," written by Colleen Perrine, is sung by PoP member, Stacie Dobbe, and PoP Faith Formation students, Everett Dobbe, Ada Larson, Rulia Lawler, Violet Lison, Geneva Masterson and Makena Mbuchi. It also features Moses and Jesus. The Children's Message that goes along with "He Is There" is based on Psalm 139, which describes God's faithful presence in our lives. Did you know that God and your shadow have a lot in common? Your shadow follows you wherever you go. Most of the time you don't see your shadow because it comes from the light shining in front of you. Whenever there is light, your shadow is there. But, even when there isn't any light, God is still there. Sometimes the world can be a little dark and a little scary, too, but we need to remember that God is ALWAYS there. Please enjoy the 9th PoPKids Praise Songs music video, "He Is There."
  • "Don't Worry About Getting Tongue-Tied! Luke 21:15  (11.13.22– The Children's Message for Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022 – the 23rd Sunday after Pentecost – is based on the Gospel of Luke 21:15. Do you ever worry about what to say, and that you might not say the right thing? If you're worried about what you are going to say, you should ask God for help. According to the Gospel of Luke Chapter 21 verse 15, God will give you the wisdom to say the right things. He wants to be in the center of your lives, and God will always be with you if you trust in Him and let Him help you.
  • "Never Give Up! Luke 18:1-8  (10.16.22– The Children's Message for Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022 – the 19th Sunday after Pentecost – is based on the Gospel of Luke 18:1-8. In today's Gospel, Jesus explains what persistence is.
    Persistence means you keep trying something that seems to be failing, or, more simply, you "don't give up." Sometimes in life, things will be hard, we'll get frustrated, and we'll want to quit. But we have to remember that we should never give up.
  • "Don't Be a Turkey, Just Say Thanks! Luke 17:11-19  (10.9.22– The Children's Message for Sunday, Oct. 9, 2022 – the 18th Sunday after Pentecost – is based on the Gospel of Luke 17:11-19. In the Gospel, Jesus walked by 10 men with leprosy (a pretty icky disease), who begged him to heal them, and he did! After they were healed, only one man came back to Jesus and thanked him and gave glory to God. And this man was a Samaritan, an enemy of Jewish people. He knew it was the right thing to show his thanks and praise! This story reminds us that we need to always be thankful for everything God has done for us, and to be respectful of others, no matter who they are. Now, “Don’t Be a Turkey, Just Say Thanks!"
  • "What Gift Did God Give You? Luke 16:19-31  (9.25.22– The Children's Message for Sunday, Sept. 25, 2022 – the 16th Sunday after Pentecost – is based on the Gospel of Luke 16:19-31. What's your gift? God gives all of His creation certain gifts. In today's Gospel, Jesus tells a story about a prosperous and rich man (we'll call him Ted), and a poor, homeless man named Lazarus who lived at Ted's gate and begged for food. Instead of sharing his wealth with Lazarus and showing him compassion, Ted walked right past and ignored Lazarus every day. Ted did NOT make Godly use of his gifts of money and wealth. Jesus said that since Lazarus had such a hard life, he would get to be rewarded with an eternity in Heaven; Ted was not rewarded. And what did God reward Miss Brigetta with?With the gift of teaching! Even though she will no longer be working at PoP, but instead will be teaching at Columbus Elementary, she will still be volunteering here and is always available for hugs and chats! And Miss Brigetta encourages YOU to get involved in a ministry and to use YOUR gifts here at Prince of Peace!
  • "Make God #1 Luke 16:1-13  (9.18.22– The Children's Message for Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022 – the 15th Sunday after Pentecost – is based on the Gospel of Luke 16:1-13. Can money buy happiness? In today's Gospel, Jesus calls money and possessions "deceitful riches." Having those things tricks you into thinking you have happiness. Jesus tells us of "TRUE riches": love, peace, joy...and most importantly, the "everlasting dwellings," which is HEAVEN. Heaven is so much more than having money and stuff. In verse 13, Jesus says, "No servant can have two masters, for he will hate one and love the other." Jesus wants us to put God FIRST in our lives. If we love money more than we love God, then we don't have "true riches." So, make God #1 in your lives, and you will be promised an eternity in Heaven.
  • "The Old Testament Song" – PoPKids Praise Songs music video #8, based on II Timothy, 3:16  (8.7.22– Why do we memorize the books of the Bible? So we can more easily find our favorite stories! It's important for us to read the Bible, God's Holy Word. It helps us to understand how to live the way God intended us to live. Enjoy the 8th PoPKids Praise Songs music video, written by Colleen Perrine and featuring PoP children members, Joshua and Moses! Ada, Makena, Rulia and Violet, had a BLAST recording their parts for "The Old Testament Song." Kudos to them for their hard work in learning how to read and say all those difficult-to-pronounce old Biblical names!
  • "Love Your Neighbor as Yourself Luke 10:25-37  (7.10.22– The Children's Message for Sunday, July 10, 2022 – the 5th Sunday after Pentecost – is based on the Gospel of Luke 10:25-37. In the Gospel, Jesus tells a parable, or a short story that teaches a lesson, to explain WHO our NEIGHBORS ARE and what it means to BE a NEIGHBOR. EVERYONE is our NEIGHBOR. If someone needs help, Jesus wants us to be their neighbor. Being a neighbor can be a simple act of caring and love, helping others when they need it, sharing what we have, praying for them, and saying kind words. And we can do those things every, single day.No matter how big or small, we can love our neighbors as ourselves. No matter how big or small, we can love our neighbors as ourselves.
  • "God is So Big" – PoPKids Praise Song Music Video reboot, based on Luke 12:6-7  (6.26.22– In Luke Chapter 12 verse 6, Jesus talks about the worth of sparrows (very small birds) and that "not one of them is forgotten or uncared for in the presence of God." God is so big, and yet he cares for even these little birds. Jesus is trying to tell us how big God is and how much he cares for ALL OF US! God is so big and so powerful that he takes care of everything he has created -- from the small birds to the whole Eath. THAT'S how BIG God is. In the music video, which first premiered on Oct. 31, 2021, we see PoP Puppet Ambassador of Faith, Moses, exploring the world around him and noticing the many ways that God is so big.
  • "Congratulations, Graduates of 2022! (6.12.22– The Children's Message for Sunday, June 12, 2022, Trinity Sunday, is also Graduation Sunday at Prince of Peace! As we celebrate the achievements of our graduates today and wish them all the best in their future endeavors, Brigetta and Moses remind us how these graduates might have a mixture of emotions as they transition to this new journey and new chapter in their lives. If we're nervous about a big change in our lives, bringing something familiar as we say "goodbye for now" to our loved ones can bring us great comfort to feel close and connected to them. Jesus' disciples experienced something like this, too. Jesus knew that when it was time for Him to return to Heaven, his disciples would be nervous and sad about the big change. So, to help bring them comfort, He shared with them that after He returned to Heaven, the Holy Spirit would come to them and help guide them. And today, that same Holy Spirit is with us and teaches, guides and comforts us all the time. The Holy Spirit also helps us to feel close to God and to remember that God lives in our hearts wherever we are on whatever journey we are taking. A huge congratulations and best wishes to our graduates as they journey on in the next chapter of their lives! "You are the light of the word." - Matthew 5:14
  • "God's Love is Like a Cup of Tea John 17:20-26  (5.29.22 The Children's Message for Sunday, May 29, 2022 – the 7th Sunday of Easter – is based on the Gospel of John 17:20-26. Moses LOVES tea! Today, he and Miss Brigetta make a batch of his favorite kind! Just as the ingredients in a cup of tea cannot be separated, God's love cannot be separated from us. God's love stirs us together, so that we become one--we are part of one, big, loving family of Christians. And just as a cup of tea warms our spirits, so too does God warm our hearts and our lives with His love. And remember, He wants us to go out and share that love with others, so that they may be part of that family, too.
  • "I Will Trust in God" – PoPKids Praise Song Music Video #7  (5.8.22)  Prince of Peace was excited to premiere the seventh of its PoPKids Praise Songs Music Videos this morning during worship! This week's song, "I Will Trust in God," written by Colleen Perrine, is sung by PoP Faith Formation students, Ada Larson, Violet Lison and Makena Mbuchi, and features Moses, Jesus and some of our Faith Formation students. The Children's Message for today, Sunday, May 8, 2022 that goes along with "I Will Trust in God" is based on Psalm 32, in which King David says to "put your hope in God" and on Matthew 26, when Jesus puts his trust in God. Jesus wants us to know that He is always with us and that when we are sad, we can always turn to Him. Please enjoy the 7th PoPKids Praise Songs music video, "I Will Trust in God."
  • "Trust in Jesus...Feel God's Peace" – John 20:19-31  (4.24.22)  The Children's Message for today, Sunday, April 24, 2022 – the 2nd Sunday of Easter – is based on the Gospel of John 20:19-31. When we're feeling worried or afraid, it feels like we're carrying something really heavy on our hearts and minds. This makes it hard for us to find peace. But, God wants us to find peace...and He makes this happen through Jesus! When we trust in Jesus, He can swap out our worries and fears, which can make our hearts and lives feel so heavy, for His peace. We don't have to go through our hard times alone. We can have the comfort of His love surround us always, just by trusting that Jesus died, rose again, and is always with us. Jesus offers us His peace freely, and all we have to do is trust in Him and accept it. Easy peasy!
  • "Where's Jesus?" – Luke 24:1-12  (4.17.22)  Happy Easter, everyone! The Children's Message for today, Sunday, April 17, 2022 – EASTER SUNDAY – is based on the Gospel of Luke 24:1-12. In today's alternate Easter Gospel reading, we learn how a few days after Jesus died and was placed in a tomb, Jesus' friends couldn't find His body there where they had placed Him. They were very puzzled. Then, two men appeared in dazzling clothes beside them (angels), and they said, "Why do you look for the LIVING among the dead? He is not here, for he has risen." Jesus did NOT belong in the tomb among the dead, for He had risen and lived again. God put Jesus where he belonged, in the RIGHT place – among the living! To find Jesus today, we have to look in the RIGHT place. And the right place to look for Jesus is among the living! And we can see that Jesus lives among us as we all go out and do the things that He taught us: bringing joy and peace and showing love and kindness to others. Christ IS alive, alleluia!
  • "How Can We Help Jesus?" – Luke 19:28-44  (4.10.22)  The Children's Message for today, Sunday, April 10, 2022 – Palm Sunday – is based on the Gospel of Luke 19:28-44. Moses is super helpful to his Prince of Peace family. In today's Gospel, we learn of the many ways that people helped Jesus while He was entering Jerusalem in His final days on Earth. The disciples and crowds of people were not only helpful to Jesus, but they were also CELEBRATING him. And still today, all of us have the opportunity to be helpful to Jesus. None of us are forced to help Him; instead, we are INVITED to help Jesus, which means we get to CHOOSE to help Jesus out of our love for Him. And when we choose to help Jesus, we JOIN Him in what He is doing, which is showing God's love and kindness and serving others. And doing that brings us joy and peace.
  • "What Gifts Can We Give Jesus?" – John 12:1-8  (4.3.22)  The Children's Message for today, Sunday, April 3, 2022 – The Fifth Sunday in Lent – is based on the Gospel of John 12:1-8. What makes something valuable? Is it the price tag? Or is it more than that? What kinds of gifts can we give to Jesus to show Him our love and care? The gifts of our HEART! Watch the video to see the many ways that Moses, and YOU, can share the gifts of our heart with others. When we are willing to share the gifts of our heart with others, Jesus can do amazing things with our lives. We know that Jesus is worth more than ANY gift we might buy. And Jesus thinks that YOU are more special, more valuable, and more important than anything, too!
  • "Go Out With Joy" – PoPKids Praise Song Music Video #6, based on Isaiah 55:12  (3.20.22)  Happy First Day of Spring! Prince of Peace was excited to premiere the sixth of its PoPKids Praise Songs Music Videos this morning during worship! This week's song, "Go Out With Joy," written by Colleen Perrine, is sung by PoP Faith Formation students, Ada Larson and Makena Mbuchi, and features our Faith Formation students enjoying the song with clapping and actions. The Children's Message  that goes along with "The Clapping Song" is about "Joyful Praise," based on Isaiah 55:12, which says: "For you shall go out in joy, and be led back in peace; the mountains and the hills before you shall burst into song, and all the trees of the field shall clap their hands." The "you" that the prophet of Isaiah is talking about are the people of Israel who sinned and turned away from God. God wanted to teach them a lesson by turning away from them. After some time, God was merciful as He loves His people, and told Isaiah that the bad times were finally over, and that is why Isaiah said that "the mountains would sing, and the trees would clap their hands"—joyful praise! Please enjoy the 6th PoPKids Praise Songs music video, "Go Out With Joy!"
  • "It is Written...When the Devil Tempted Jesus Luke 4:1-13  (3.6.22 The Children's Message for today, Sunday, March 6, 2022 – The First Sunday in Lent – is based on the Gospel of Luke 4:1-13. Watch how Moses is TEMPTED to have a cookie. It's really all he can think about...I mean, how could he not when a plate of giant cookies is just sitting right there?! Boy, was he tempted... What does it mean to be tempted? It means that you might want to do something, even though you know it would be wrong to do it. In the Bible reading today, we learn that during his 40 days in the wilderness, Jesus resisted the devil's temptations THREE times. Each time he resisted, Jesus said, "It is written..." or "It is said..." He used Scripture – the Word of God – to help Him say WHY he should NOT do what the devil was trying to get him to do. Check out the video to hear how Jesus was tempted by the devil and to find out if Moses ever gets to have that cookie!
  • The Proof is in the Cupcakes Luke 9:28-36  (2.27.22 The Children's Message for today, Sunday, February 27, 2022 – The Transfiguration of Our Lord – is based on the Gospel of Luke 9:28-36. Even though Jesus' disciples had already seen some pretty amazing miracles that Jesus performed, which should have been enough to believe that He was who He said he was–God's son, the Messiah–there was still some doubt in some of their minds. And perhaps they wanted a little more proof. In today's Gospel, we learn of Jesus and three of His disciples going up a mountain, where they witness something SO big and SO amazing that gave them the proof they might have been looking for that Jesus was indeed God's son. Check out the video to learn what they saw and to hear how we have proof that Jesus is our Savior in our every day lives in our world today. 
  • Unexpected Combinations Luke 6:27-38  (2.20.22 The Children's Message for today, Sunday, February 20, 2022 – The Seventh Sunday after Epiphany – is based on the Gospel of Luke 6:27-38. Today's lesson is learning that in the Bible, Jesus tells us about some unexpected combinations of how we should treat one another, which might be the opposite of what we might initially think. Jesus wants us to love EVERYONE, not just those who love us and are nice to us. He wants us to love, be kind to, and pray for those who are not nice or kind to us, as well. "...love your enemies, do good, and lend, expecting nothing in return." (Luke 6: 35). We all make mistakes. Despite that, we are still loved by our friends, families, and Jesus. We all deserve that love, and we should be willing to show that love to each other, despite our mistakes. When we are able to be show love and kindness and be nice to people who aren't so nice to us, it truly shows the love that God has for us.
  • "Don't Worry, See Happy" – Luke 6:17-26  (2.13.22 The Children's Message for today, Sunday, February 13, 2022 – The Sixth Sunday after Epiphany – is based on the Gospel of Luke 6:17-26. Sometimes when we are sad, it is hard to SEE all the good things that are around us. Our emotions can be REALLY BIG, making it hard to see and to forget about all the wonderful things that God has given us that are still around us and in our lives. In the Gospel reading, Jesus is speaking to a crowd of people, and to those who felt sad, said, "Blessed are you who weep now, for you will laugh." He is telling them that there is HOPE, because in God's Kingdom, there is laughter. If we look towards Him, we can SEE and FEEL hope AND happiness, knowing that God is always with us. Jesus gave HOPE to those who were sad, lonely, poor, hungry, and were not liked simply for following Him. Even though they, and we today, might be going through a hard time at the moment, there is HOPE knowing that God is with us and for what God has in store for us in Heaven. Even on our bad days, we can always remember that God is with us, and we can see and feel the hope that that gives us.
  • "God Does More Than We Can Imagine" – Luke 5:1-11  (2.6.22 The Children's Message for today, Sunday, February 6, 2022 – The Fifth Sunday after Epiphany – is based on the Gospel of Luke 5:1-11Moses shares with Miss Brigetta the huge mishaps he had while fishing the other day – nothing seemed to go right, and his fish got away. He was pretty bummed out. Brigetta explains that sometimes, we all have bad days, where nothing seems to go right. Whenever those times happen, though, we know that we can always turn to God to help, because God does more than we can imagine. In the Gospel reading, some fishermen, including one named Simon, were having a bad day, fishing, too. Simon had spent the whole night fishing but had caught nothing. The next morning, after He shared the Word of God with the people of the town, Jesus climbed into Simon's boat and asked Simon to take his boat out and lay his nets down in the water. Even though Simon probably felt pretty frustrated by a whole night of catching no fish and probably just wanted to go home, he told Jesus, "Master, we've worked all night long, but have caught nothing. Yet, if you say, I will lay down these nets." Suddenly all the nets were filled with fish. What started out as a pretty bad day turned around really, really quickly. Jesus asked Simon and his friends, James and John, to join him to help share His message and to "fish for people." They became Jesus' first disciples. They all left all those fish they had just caught and followed Jesus, knowing that their families would be taken care of because God does more than we can imagine.
  • "The Clapping Song" – PoPKids Praise Song Music Video #5, based on Deuteronomy 6:4-5  (1.30.22– The Scripture passage reads: "Hear, O Israel: The Lord is our God, the Lord alone. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might." God had told Moses to say that to the people of Israel, and He pledged to them that they would have blessed lives if they obeyed His commands and gave Him their love and devotion. What that looks like in our lives today is obeying our parents, being kind to others, and praying to God. We should show our love to God with all of our heart, all of our soul, and all of our devotion. Enjoy the PopKids Praise Song music video, "The Clapping Song," which features PoP Faith Formation students signing (not to be confused with singing) along to the song with some direction by Miss Colleen.
  • "God Always Keeps His Promises"  Luke 4:14-21  (1.23.22 The Children's Message for today, Sunday, January 23, 2022 – The Third Sunday after Epiphany – is based on the Gospel of Luke 4:14-21. Miss Brigetta talks about New Year's resolutions, which are promises that people often make to themselves at the beginning of the year, to try to be a better person or have a better year than last year. At about this time of the year, near the end of January, many of us are struggling to keep those promises or maybe have broken them. It's very easy to go back to our old habits. We are human. But...she tells us that God ALWAYS keeps His promises. We know that because the Bible tells us so: "Not one of His promises has failed." And He wants us to do our best to keep our promises, too. Jesus came to Earth to fulfill the promises that God made. And Jesus HIMSELF was a promise from God. God kept his promises by sending US Jesus. Because God always keeps His promises, we should try really hard to be more like Him and try to keep our promises – both to Him and to those around us.
  • "Jesus' First Miracle: Turning Water into Wine"  John 2:1-11  (1.16.22 The Children's Message for today, Sunday, January 16, 2022 – The Second Sunday after Epiphany – is based on the Gospel of John 2:1-11. Miss Brigetta mentions the many miracles that Jesus performed when He was here on Earth. One in particular, the first one he performed, was when he turned water into wine. In today's Gospel reading, Jesus, His mother, Mary, and His disciples were attending a wedding feast in Cana. Unfortunately, at this big celebration, they ran out of wine. Mary came to Jesus with this problem, trusting that He would and could help. Seeing this first miracle, of Jesus turning 6 huge jars of water into wine, helped the disciples to TRUST in Jesus. It showed that Jesus was not just an ordinary person, but that, in fact, he was the Son of God who had come to save them. And just like Mary shared her problem with Jesus, we, too, can always turn to Jesus with our problems because he cares about us, and we can always trust in Him for His love and guidance.
  • "Making Room for Jesus"  Luke 3:15-17, 21-22  (1.9.22 Miss Brigetta talks about how we are often asked to clean our bedrooms or help clean the house to make room for our guests for special occasions, such as when celebrating a baptism. Or, for Moses, when his friend, Joshua, is coming over! :) Today we celebrate the Baptism of Our Lord. In the Gospel, instead of making room in their homes for their guests, John the Baptist tells the people that there are two important people that they need to make room for  not just in their homes, but in their lives.The first guest is Jesus. The Scripture (verses 21-22) tells us that once Jesus is baptized, the second guest is the Holy Spirit of God. When Jesus is baptized, he receives God's Holy Spirit. With God's Holy Spirit in his life, Jesus goes out and shares the gifts of the Holy Sprit with others, gifts such as God's healing love, forgiveness and grace. He then invites his disciples, and us today, to follow him and shows us how to make room in our lives for God's Holy Spirit. Like Jesus, we also receive the Holy Spirit when we are baptized. And we, too, can make room in our lives for Jesus and God's Holy Spirit. When we do that, we, too, can share the gifts of God's Holy Spirit around us, just like Jesus did. We learn from Jesus' baptism how to receive God's Holy Spirit and how to share His love, healing and light with others.
  • "Just One Light" – John 1:1-18  (1.2.22 Miss Brigetta talks about how darkness and light. All it takes is just ONE, true light to drive away the darkness. In today's Gospel, we read that "the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it" (verse 5). Who is this light? JESUS! Jesus is the light that drove out the darkness in the world. He is the light that shines so bright and helps us to see the way. He brings light to our hearts and to our lives, and this light guides us to know what to do and to find our way when we're uncertain. And this light will never, ever fade – Jesus is ALWAYS with us. Such great news!
  • "My Forever Hero" – PoPKids Praise Song Music Video #4, based on Joshua 1:5-6  (12.19.21 Miss Brigetta talks to Moses and Joshua about what a "true hero" is. In the Gospel, Jesus tells Joshua to be strong and courageous, the main character traits of a hero. A hero is also someone who is willing to sacrifice, or give something up, in order to save others from danger. And Jesus was the ultimate super hero of all time as he was willing to sacrifice his life in order to save the world from sin. Enjoy the PopKids Praise Song music video, "My Forever Hero," where PoP children members, Moses and Joshua see and experience the many "miracles of Jesus."
  • PoP All-Congregational Christmas Program retelling of "A Christmas Story Poem by Pastor Dave Trenholm(12.12.21 During the 9:40am service, we experienced the magic of the greatest story ever told during the PoP All-Congregational Christmas Program 2021! And we definitely experienced some cuteness overload, oh my goodness!! We enjoyed musical performances by members of all ages (in person and from home), the retelling of “A Christmas Story Poem” by Pastor Dave Trenholm through a pre-recorded video of our Faith Formation students narrating the poem while members of all ages acted it out, Christmas hymns signed (not to be confused with sung) by our Faith Formation students, and so much more. Please enjoy the video of the retelling of Pastor Trenholm's "A Christmas Story Poem."
  • "Prepare the Way of the Lord" – Luke 3:1-6  (12.5.21 In the Gospel, John the Baptist says to "prepare the way of the Lord." What do you think of when you think of "preparing for Christmas?" Perhaps you think of getting a Christmas tree, or decorating your house with Christmas decorations, or making special visits to family and friends. However, when John said, "prepare the way of the Lord," he was telling the Israelites to prepare for Jesus' birth–to get ready for Jesus' arrival by preparing their hearts and their minds to recognize Jesus, and to also know that Jesus was coming to offer love and forgiveness for ALL of us. We should also do that during the Season of Advent–prepare our hearts and minds for Jesus' birth, and for when he returns to us again. We can do this by confessing our sins and asking God's forgiveness, praying, reading the Bible, sharing God's love and joy with others, trusting and loving God, and putting our hope in Jesus. 
  • "For This I Was Born" – John 18:33-38  (11.21.21– Have you ever thought about what you want to be when you grow up? Moses shares with Miss Brigetta the many things he wanted to be when he grew up. Like Moses, Jesus had many interests and talents. But from the very second that he was born, Jesus had a very special purpose; a purpose that God gave him -- to be the King of Kings. Watch today's message to learn more about how, like God had a purpose for Jesus, He has a special purpose for all of us.
  • "God Never Falls Apart" – Mark 13:1-8  (11.14.21) – Miss Brigetta heads over to Moses' house for today's children's message, where they talk about how sometimes things in our lives get old and worn out and eventually fall apart. They are just "things," after all. Things don't last forever. That's why it's so important to focus and pay attention to the ONE thing that NEVER falls apart: GOD. God is ALWAYS there for us, will never fall apart, and wants us to always depend on Him. Jesus wants us to remember that God will always be there for us, no matter what.
  • "God is So Big" – PoPKids Praise Song Music Video #3, based on Luke 12:6-7  (10.31.21, 11.7.21 & 11.28.21– In Luke Chapter 12 verse 6, Jesus talks about the worth of sparrows (very small birds) and that "not one of them is forgotten or uncared for in the presence of God." God is so big, and yet he cares for even these little birds. Jesus is trying to tell us how big God is and how much he cares for ALL OF US! God is so big and so powerful that he takes care of everything he has created -- from the small birds to the whole Eath. THAT'S how BIG God is. In the music video, we see PoP Puppet Ambassador of Faith, Moses, exploring the world around him and noticing the many ways that God is so big.
  • "An Apron, a Broom and a Racquet..." – Mark 10:35-45  (10.17.21) – Jesus wants us to remember the importance of serving others, not being served. There are so many ways that we can do that. How will you serve?
  • "Money Won't Earn Your Way into Heaven" – Mark 10:17-31  (10.10.21) – This week, Miss Brigetta and Moses learn that your wealth and status will not get you into Heaven. That's about as easy as sticking a camel through the eye of a needle! What you need is a changed heart, and God will make the impossible, possible!
  • "Kids are the Best!" – Mark 10:14-15  (10.3.21) – This week, Miss Brigetta and Moses talk about what grown-ups can learn from children when it comes to FAITH! 
  • "Pass the Salt, Please" – Mark 9:38-50  (9.26.21) – Just as He is the salt in our lives, Jesus also asks us to be the salt in the world--to try and make the world a better place.
  • "God Made Everything" – PoPKids Praise Song Music Video #2, based on Mark 4:26-34  (9.19.21 & 10.24.21) – Jesus talks about how we can compare the Kingdom of God to a mustard seed -- a seed that starts out very small, but when planted and cared for, can grow into something huge. Jesus' ministry started out very small, with just 12 disciples, but there are now Christians all over the world. That is a lot of growing of faith! When someone accepts Jesus and His gift of Salvation, their tidy seed of faith is planted in their hearts. Just like a plant grows when it has water, soil and sunlight, we grow our faith in God when we worship, pray, and read and talk about the stories of the Bible. When we do those things, we are filled with God's love, light and life. We can then go out and share all about Jesus and God's amazing love with others, helping to grow the Kingdom of God, one tiny seed at a time.
  • "Fingers to Heaven" – PoPKids Praise Song Music Video #1, based on Psalm 149  (9.12.21– There are so many ways that we can praise God. When we are praising God, we are showing God just how thankful we are for all that He does for us.