May DBR

Daily Bible Reading (DBR) prepares children for what they will learn on Sunday. Your child will discover new and amazing things about God, Jesus, and the Bible! Encourage your child to have a journal and write what they learn each day. Set a goal to spend time daily reading the Bible and praying with your child. Or encourage them to do so independently.

You will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come on you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.

Acts 1:8

Use the following link for previous Daily Bible Reading Plans and Posts.


April DBR

Daily Bible Reading (DBR) prepares children for what they will learn on Sunday. Your child will discover new and amazing things about God, Jesus, and the Bible! Encourage your child to have a journal and write what they learn each day. Set a goal to spend time daily reading the Bible and praying with your child. Or encourage them to do so independently.

We have seen and we testify that the Father has sent his Son as the world’s Savior. 1 John 4:14

This month in Life Groups children will Learn about Jesus the Messiah who fulfilled Old Testament prophecies and performed Miracles.

Use the following link for previous Daily Bible Reading Plans and Posts.


March DBR

Daily Bible Reading (DBR) prepares children for what they will learn on Sunday. Your child will discover new and amazing things about God, Jesus, and the Bible! Encourage your child to have a journal and write what they learn each day. Set a goal to spend time daily reading the Bible and praying with your child. Or encourage them to do so independently.

Do what is right and good in the Lord’s sight. Deuteronomy 6:18

This month in Life Groups children will learn all about making Choices. They will learn about Isaac, King Saul, Esther, and Daniel who prayed listened, and obeyed through their actions. We can make wise choices through Jesus.

Use the following link for previous Daily Bible Reading Plans and Posts.


Sundays in Kids Ministry (NK)

North Klein Campus

We are excited to offer Preschool Ministry (Babies-Kinder) and Children’s Ministry (1st-5th Grade) during adult life group and worship hours. We’ll be waiting for you in the Kids Building 15 mins before adult life group or worship service begins.


Preschool
(Babies-Kinder)

Preschoolers will have fun learning about Jesus while building, painting, exploring, and playing in their life groups!

Sunday
9:30am | 11:00am

Saturday (Spanish)
6:30pm | 7:30pm


Children’s Ministry
(1st-5th Grade)

Kids Quest is a Sunday morning experience for 1st-5th graders. Kids will experience fun games, Bible study, Kids interactive worship & life group hang outs.

1st-5th Grade Sunday Schedule:
9:30
1st & 2nd Grade Life Groups
3rd-5th Grade Kids Worship

10:45
1st & 2nd Grade Kids Worship
3rd-5th Grade Life Groups


First Time Guest Information

If this is your child’s first time to attend CFBC (at any campus or event)… YAY! We can’t wait to meet you! When you arrive, stop by a Kids Ministry greeter desk. A member of our team will get some information from you, add your child to an age/grade specific class and show you how to check-in.

To save yourself a little time, consider completing an online Child Pre-Registration Form before your arrival by selecting the link below.

If your child has attended any CFBC campus before please DO NOT use the pre-registration form. Stop by a greeter desk so we can add your child to a class for check-in.


February DBR

Daily Bible Reading (DBR) prepares children for what they will learn on Sunday. Your child will discover new and amazing things about God, Jesus and the Bible! Encourage your child to have a journal and write what they learn each day. Set a goal to spend time daily reading the Bible and praying with your child. Or encourage them to do so independently.

“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.” Colossians 3:16

This month in KidLife Groups children will learn that they can worship and serve God. Through the Old and New Testament narratives of God’s people worshiping Him, kids can better understand that we are called to worship God in community.

The Daily Bible Reading plan will remind kids that the church is a gathering of people—not just a place or a building. Our prayer is that this plan will help your family learn biblical concepts throughout these winter months. God’s truth is steadfast and unchanging.

Use the following link for previous Daily Bible Reading Plans and Posts.


January DBR

Daily Bible Reading (DBR) prepares children for what they will learn on Sunday. Your child will discover new and amazing things about God, Jesus and the Bible! Encourage your child to have a journal and write what they learn each day. Set a goal to spend time daily reading the Bible and praying with your child. Or encourage them to do so independently.

Jesus, The Teacher

With many different theories about who Jesus was, it can be easy to misrepresent our Savior. He is not just a prophet; He is not a priest as we know them; He is not simply a good teacher. He is all of those things and more—He is God!

This month’s Daily Bible Reading is designed to teach kids that Jesus’ teachings can be trusted. Through narratives of Jesus’ time on earth and His teachings, you can help kids understand that they can listen to Jesus’ words and follow His example. Jesus is unlike any other teacher because He is God in the flesh.

The world tries to portray Jesus as just a teacher who said some good things. Use Daily Bible Reading to remind kids that Jesus, as God’s Son, is the source of all knowledge.

Use the following link for previous Daily Bible Reading Plans and Posts.


Countdown to Christmas – Day 25

December 25
{ Christmas Day }

Read Together

Thanks be to God for His unspeakable gift! 2 Corinthians 9:15
I have always loved you. Jeremiah 31:3

Discuss Together

Today is Christmas! Twenty-five days have passed since we began Countdown to Christmas. We have seen how God kept his promise to send his Son to earth. We will learn that Baby Jesus grew, and He became great. He showed God’s love to all people. When people ask you what gifts you got at Christmas, you may think of many things. But toys and clothes are not the most important gifts. The best gift at Christmas is Jesus! God sent Jesus for YOU!

When Mary held Jesus in her arms, she knew he was wonderful. When we read about Jesus in the Bible, we know that he is wonderful. When we hear about Jesus at church, we know that he is wonderful. We know that Jesus loves us. And that is wonderful!

Do Together

  • Celebrate Jesus’ birthday with a special breakfast or a birthday cake.
  • Before you open Christmas presents, read Luke 2:1-20 with your family.
  • Mary held Jesus in her arms. For a child to flourish, he needs 12 loving touches per day. Spend some time today just holding your kids and thanking God for having them to celebrate Christmas with!

This Christmas, you have started a new spiritual discipline with your family.  You’re putting Deuteronomy 6:5-9 into action.  As you move into the New Year, commit to leading your family in devotion time.  The following resources are great tools to get started:

  • Daily Bible Reading Daily Bible Reading Plans are for your family to do together and prepare children for what they will learn in Life Groups on Sunday.  Set a goal to spend time daily reading the Bible and praying with your child. Sheets are emailed weekly, sent home after church, and posted online at champioforest.org/dailybiblereading.
  • Purchase a family devotional for Christmas.

Pray Together

Thank you God for sending your only son. I pray that ______________ will believe in you and have eternal life. John 3:16


Countdown to Christmas – Day 24

December 24
{1 Day until Christmas}

Read Together

And His Name will be called, Immanuel, God with us. Isaiah 7:14

Discuss Together

Isaiah, writing about the promised child many years before His birth, said that His Name will be called Immanuel, Hebrew for “God with us.” The Bible also says that God became flesh and lived (as a resident) among us, in our neighborhood. Joy Williams is a songwriter who wrote a song called, “Here with Us.” Some of the words are: “It’s still a mystery to me that the hands of God could be so small. How tiny fingers reaching in the night were the very hands that measured the sky. Hallelujah, hallelujah, Heaven’s love reaching down to save the world! Hallelujah, hallelujah, Son of God, Servant King, You’re here with us. You’re here with us.”

Do Together

  • Attend the Christmas Eve Service at Church
    • Champions: 4:00pm & 6:00pm
    • North Klein: 4:00pm & 6:00pm
    • Conroe: 6:00pm only
    • Jersey Village: 6:00pm only
  • Think about the words, “God with Us.” What do you think that means? What does that mean to you?
  • Design your own Christmas Eve service. Include opportunities for both children and parents to pray, thanking God for Jesus. Include candle lighting, scripture, and song.
  • Use your senses today to enjoy Christmas. Smell the potpourri simmering in your home all day, see the lights on the tree, hear the music playing, feel the warmth of family, and taste the goodies that make life Christmassy.

Pray Together

Thank you, God, that you are always with us. You are God with us. Revelation 21:3


Countdown to Christmas – Day 23

December 23
{2 Days until Christmas}

Read Together

They went into the house, and when they saw the child with his mother, Mary, they knelt down and worshipped him. They brought out their gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh, and presented them to him. Matthew 2:11

Discuss Together

The Wise Men followed the star. They came to Bethlehem. They found Mary and her young son, Jesus. They were happy to find him, at last! The first thing they did was to fall to their knees and worship him. They knew he was a special child. The next thing they did was to give gifts to him, to show their love. The Wise Men brought gold and two good-smelling spices, frankincense, and myrrh, as gifts to Jesus.

Do Together

  • Make Christmas potpourri. Just about any mix of spices will do. Let the kids mix spices together, then scoop a tablespoon into a square of fabric. Tie it up with a Christmas ribbon.
  • Or make mulling spices. Mix equal parts of crushed cinnamon sticks, whole allspice, chopped dried citrus peel, and whole cloves in a small bowl. Package in a zip loc bag to give away. Print these directions on a Christmas card: Simmer on stove 30 minutes before guests arrive.
  • The wise men brought gifts to Jesus. Talk about gifts you have received that are too big to be wrapped! Finish up by wrapping presents together.

Pray Together

I pray that ________________ will be a generous giver. Proverbs 22:9


Countdown to Christmas – Day 22

December 22
{3 Days until Christmas}

Read Together

And the star, which they had seen in the east, went in front of them until at last it shone immediately above the place where the little child lay. Matthew 2:9

Discuss Together

It’s easy to get lost when you are visiting a different town. You don’t know the names of streets, you don’t know the landmarks, and everything is new to you. You need a map, or a GPS, to help you find your way. The Wise Men lived far away in the East, miles and miles and miles away from Baby Jesus. They did not know the best way to go to find him. So, God sent a special star to help them find their way. The star was like the first GPS! Without the star, they might have lost their way. But they followed the star, which went ahead of them and finally stopped right above the house where Mary and Joseph were living at the time!

Do Together

  • Star paint, using a star-shaped cookie cutter. Add today’s Bible verse to the picture.
  • Make luminaries and line your sidewalk tonight. Supplies: lunch sacks, sand, votive candles, or tea lights. Do not leave luminaries unattended!
  • Talk about your favorite person or character in the Christmas story and tell everyone why! Is it Joseph, Mary, the angel, the shepherds, the wise men, the baby, the star? Or dress up and act out the story while someone reads Luke 2.
  • The Ursids Meteor Shower peaks tonight. Drive away from the city lights and find a good dark spot for star watching. Find the Little Dipper in the night sky and wait…the meteors originate from this area of the sky.

Pray Together

I pray that _______________ will follow you, Jesus. Matthew 16:24