Sunday 11 April

The Story

Bible Story

Live in Peace with Others
Colossians 3:15

Use this guide to help your family learn how
God wants us to live in peace with others.

First, watch this video
Then, follow up with the fun activities below!

ACTIVITY: Peace or No Peace


Two sheets of paper; tape; something to write with.

What You Do

Before you get started, read Colossians 3:15 out loud to your child. Spend a few moments talking about what the word “peace” means.
Write down the words “NO PEACE” on one sheet of paper and “PEACE” on another sheet of paper. Tape them to two different sides of the room.
Tell your child that you’re going to give them a scenario. They have to decide whether or not the action brings peace or does not bring peace. They can answer by running to the side of the room with the sign that matches their response.

– There’s a new kid in your class who acts differently, and the other kids stay away from her. You ask her to play with you at recess.
– There are two cookies left in the box. Instead of eating both, you eat one and give one to your brother.
– There’s only one piece of Easter candy left. You take it and eat it before your sister figures it out.
– You let your friend choose which game to play.
– You run and push ahead so you can be first in line on the slides at recess.
– You and your friend have a fight. You say you’re sorry first.
– There’s a kid at school who looks different from you. You invite him to your party so you can become friends.

Talk about the Bible Story

For the “no peace” scenarios in our game, let’s come up with some ways we could make peace in those situations. (Guide your child to think of some hypothetical peacemaking solutions for the “no peace” situations from earlier.)
Is there anyone you feel like you’re always living in “no peace” with? What can you do to make peace with that person?
Who can you talk to when you need help figuring out how to make peace?
Parent: share a situation in which you had to create peace in a difficult relationship.


Use this prayer as a guide, either after your discussion or right before bed tonight:

“God, thank You so much for Your peace. Thank You for showing us how much You care for us by sending Jesus to be our Savior. God, we know there are times when it’s difficult for us to live in peace with others. There are people in our lives who frustrate us or annoy us. Help us to make peace, especially with (pause and prompt your child to fill in the name of the person they need to make peace with). God, we know that You are the ultimate Peacemaker, and You’ll help us make peace with others. In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen.”


God Time Cards:
are devotionals kids can do that will reinforce the content in the weekly video presentations.