Noticing God’s Creations
In the beginning, God created the world. God separated earth and water. God brought the light. God created the trees and the flowers and nature’s gardens. God created the animals.
God created lots of strange animals.
God made the world unique and special. God made the creatures unique and special.
Lesson One: Noticing God’s Creation:
- What do you think is the coolest creature? Tell us about it in the comments or in a message.
- Discover a new creature you’d never heard of or seen before. Tell us about it in the comments or in a message.
- This week, go outside and notice something in nature you’ve never seen before (a new flower, a type of mushroom, an animal…). Then draw a picture, or describe it in words (perhaps write a poem about it). Why do you think it’s interesting? Why do you think God created it? Look it up and discover more about your find. Did your ideas about why God created your discovery change?
Don’t skip out because you’re an older kid, or an adult, there’s lots of things out there you might never have seen before. We’re never too old to be awed.
Please share your picture, or writings, or whatever you’ve created with Charlotte or Linda. If you’d like it posted on the bulletin board at Church, let us know. If you can’t get there, we’ll print a copy to hang. If you like, we can share your work on our Facebook Page*.
Have fun exploring God & Nature.
Look for next week’s God and Nature Summer Lesson.
*Parent’s Note: please let us know if you’re comfortable with us posting your child’s work on the website, facebook page, or both. Let us know if we may credit your child with their first name.
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