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A note to parents:
LBC Kids is the children’s ministry of Lincroft Bible Church. We provide a nursery for ages 0-24 months and age-graded Bible classes for children (age 2 through 5th grade) during LBC’s weekly gatherings.
We want to come alongside families to make disciples in the context of the whole church for the sake of the whole world.
We believe this will be accomplished when:
- We, the parents, grow in our own love of Jesus Christ.
- LBC Kids leaders partner with parents to teach and model God’s love to children.
- Methods of instruction and interaction used are interactive and age-appropriate.
What’s available for my children?
Currently we have opportunities available for children for the following ages.
Nursery: Birth-24 months
Toddlers: 2-3 year olds
Beginners: Pre-K and Kindergarten
Primary: 1st-5th Grade
We highly value safety and security. We provide a safe environment for your children to learn and grow.
All LBC Kids workers complete a thorough application and criminal background check in order to be approved to work in LBC Kids.
All children will check in at the LBC Kids Desk. Both you and your child(ren) will receive a nametag. During dismissal you will return your nametag and initial a dismissal form.
Our hall monitors ensure that the building is safe and only approved workers and parents enter the LBC Kids wing during children’s ministry hours.
**Request a "Parent's Guide" at the LBC Kids Desk for a more detailed description of our policies.
Please arrive 15-20 minutes early. You will need to fill out an “LBC Kids Connect Card” so that we can best serve you and your children. Your information will be entered into a secure database. This information provides us with essential family contact information, emergency contact information, and will allow us to keep you informed about all the happenings of LBC Kids.
12/16/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read Luke 2:1-20
Talk about it: What’s the best news you’ve ever heard?
Think about it: How do you think the shepherds would have felt that God chose to give them the news about Jesus’ birth? Why do you think they felt that way?
Believe it: The gospel is good news and it brings ...
12/10/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read Luke 1:57-80
Talk about it: What do you think it would be like to not be able to talk or hear anything for nine months? How do you think Zechariah felt? What kind of things would you do if you couldn’t hear or speak?
Think about it: Zechariah must have thought a lot about what God had ...
12/3/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read Luke 1:26-56
Talk about it: What is the most difficult thing you’ve tried to do? Have you ever attempted anything hard for God?
Think about it: Imagine an angel came to you and announced such big and impossible plans for your life. Would you believe the news? How would you feel that God chose ...
11/25/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read Luke 1:1-25
Talk about it: What is hard about waiting? What’s the hardest thing you’ve had to wait for? Why is it hard to wait for Christmas?
Think about it: Do you think you would have believed the angel if you were Zechariah? Do you think it would be hard to go without talking ...
11/14/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read 1 Peter 5:1-5
Talk about it: Who are some godly examples that you look up to in the church? What are the character qualities in their life that you desire to emulate? Verse five says that we should “close yourselves, all of you, with humility toward one another…” What does that look like?
11/6/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read 1 Peter 4:12-19
Talk about it: Have you ever been excluded or called names because you love Jesus? Have people mistreated you because you don’t do the same things that they do? What was that like? How did you feel?
Think about it: Should God’s people be surprised when they ...
10/30/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read 1 Peter 4:1-11
Talk about it: Has there ever been a time when your friends were surprised that you did not join them in something wrong? Has there been a time when you joined in when your friends were making fun of someone, or watching something wrong on the TV or computer? Why did you make that ...
10/22/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read 1 Peter 3:13-22
Talk about it: What does it mean to set apart Christ as Lord in your heart? Are you ready to talk to people about Jesus when they ask you about why you’re different? How can we come into relationship with God (v 18)?
Think about it: Are you the kind of person who ...
10/15/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read 1 Peter 3:1-12
Talk about it: When was the last time someone treated you poorly? How did you respond? How does God tell us that we should respond when people mistreat us (v 9)? Is that an easy thing to do? Why or why not?
Think about it: When we act in a way that pleases God we are ...
10/10/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read 1 Peter 2:13-25
Talk about it: Has there ever been a time when you did the right thing, but still got in trouble for it? Have you ever had a situation when you were mistreated or made fun of for doing good? Is there any authority figure that you have a hard time obeying? Why?
Think about it: ...
10/1/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read 1 Peter 2:4-12
Talk about it: What is the church? Is it a building? Is it a group of people? What does God tell His people they are supposed to do?
Think about it: How does God let people who don’t believe in Him find out the good news about Jesus? Who is supposed to tell people about ...
9/23/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read 1 Peter 1:22-2:3
Talk about it: What is the hungriest you’ve ever been? What did it feel like? What did you want to do? If you could eat one thing when you are really hungry what would it be?
Think about it: Most of our favorite things to eat are bad for us. What if what you loved...
9/18/2014 by Dan Terracciano
Read 1 Peter 1:13-21
Talk about it: What is the most awe-inspiring moment you’ve ever had? Have you ever had an experience where you felt like God was big? Maybe one where you realized God was amazing?
Think about it: What does it mean that God is holy? What does ...