RLC – Online Children’s Ministry

It is the last Sunday of May! And the last Sunday with our current themes. We hope you had fun getting sticky! We will have more fun and games with our new theme of FOCUS starting in June! For our last week of sticky we are giving you two fun game options. Have fun with your families!




Story: The Lost Coin • Luke 15:8-10


Verse:  “Nothing at all can ever separate us from God’s love” • Romans 8:39


Bottom Line: God loves me!



  • Find the Coin– Hide a coin under 1 of 10 paper plates or bowls. Child flips plates until the coin is found. Repeat as desired!
  • Hot/Cold Coin– Hide a coin in the house and play a game of hot or cold until the coin is found.
  • Coin print/rubbing craft– Make a coin print or rubbing. There are many different ways to do this: crayons/paper, play-doh, aluminum foil..etc. Be creative! Watch the video!
  • Discuss items that are special to them that they would search for. Discuss how they are special to God and the things that make them special.


Lesson Resources:

  • The new one stop website for all age videos and resources: Sunday at Home




Story:  Philip and the Man from Ethiopia • Acts 8:26-40


Verse: “Let us not become tired of doing good. At the right time we will gather a crop if we don’t give up.” • Galatians 6:9


Bottom Line: Keep going even when you have questions.


Determination Dialogue- This activity will work best if you print or write down each days dialogue for your child to have a hard copy. Read day 1 and discuss. They finish the rest of the days through the rest of the week. Be sure to bring them back next Sunday to discuss!


Tape Games-
option1: Tape Ball- Create a tape ball by wrapping tape sticky side out around a squishy ball. Take turns throwing it and seeing what it will stick to!
option 2: Tape Maze- Create a maze in a hallway or other small space using tape. The goal is to get through the maze without any tape sticking to you!


Lesson Resources:

  • The new one stop website for all age videos and resources: Sunday at Home


Discussion Questions:

  • Why is it important to ask questions?
  • What happens if we don’t understand and we don’t ask questions?
  • When is it hard to ask questions?
  • Are there questions that have no answers? Encourage kids to think of examples.