Kids Church | Moses' Farewell

February 20, 2021 Series: Kids Church

Topic: Worship in the Wilderness

Kids Worship Videos

 Here are the links for this week:

Elementary Kids Worship Moses' Farewell
Preschool Kids Worship Moses' Farewell
Pinterest Activities Moses' Farewell
Access Previous Chapel Kids Teaching Videos
This week the children wrap up the Gospel Project's Unit 7 Wandering in the Wilderness series by looking at Moses' Farewell.  See the links below for online Kids Worship.

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How to Explain That Forgiveness Doesn't Remove Consequences 

From the lesson this week, the children will learn that Moses wrote the Book of Deuteronomy to tell the people all that God had done for them and to repeat the laws and instructions that God had given His people. At the end of the book, God told Moses that Moses would soon die, never setting foot in the promised land because of his disobedience. (See Num. 20:12.) Instead, God chose Joshua to lead Israel into the land.

A point that children may struggle with as they listen to the account of Moses's Farewell, is that even though God had forgiven Moses for his disobedience and they were reconciled, it didn't mean that Moses didn't still have to face consequences for his choices. Be sure to guide your children to understand that some of our sins will have consequences even after we are forgiven. Discuss how some sins (or results of sins) can't be taken back: murder, lying or theft (trust is destroyed), abuse or mistreatment (fear can be permanent), gossip (perceptions are altered), etc.

This Week's Bible Lesson and the Gospel Message

Emphasize to your children that Moses wasn’t perfect, but Moses was a good leader for God’s people. No other prophet in Israel was like Moses—until Jesus came. The Bible says Jesus deserves more glory than Moses. Jesus is our perfect leader. He died and was raised so that Moses and every believer in all of time can enter the promised land of God’s kingdom.

Check this session’s Activity Page (K-2nd)  (3rd-5th) and Big Picture Card to interact with the Bible content this week.


Babies and Toddlers
  • We can trust God.
  • Moses led God’s people to the promised land.
  • Moses reminded God’s people to love and obey God.
  • God promised to be with His people.
  • What does it mean to sin? To sin is to go against God and His commands.
  • Moses reminded the people of God’s promise.
  • What does it mean to sin? To sin is to think, speak, or behave in any way that goes against God and His commands.
  • Moses reminded the people to keep God’s covenant.
UNIT KEY PASSAGE Proverbs 3:5-6 (Proverbs 3:5 for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers)
NEXT WEEK:  “Crossing the Jordan” (Joshua 1–4)

Join the Chapel Kids Team!

4th-5th Grade Lead Teacher on April 25th and/or May 9th. All materials and resources are prepped and provided for you, a room assistant will help you, and a youth helper provides tech support.  
Craft and Activity Helper.  Weekly.  We could use a hand setting up the classroom and supplies for the class.
Pinterest Coordinator. Weekly. Can be done at home.  Pin activities related to the lesson for the Chapel Kids who worship from home.

If you would like to discuss opportunities to serve in children's ministry, please contact Jenny White for details.  We'd love to have your help!