Saturday, 31 March 2012

TF Teen Transformed by Bishop Celso Rebequi.

TF TransFomed

Are the teens that are been TransFormed by the word of God, this teens are well observed to be part of this separeted group within the TF Teen, and every now and then Bishop Celso Rebequi will be given a special message for these teens, note, it's not for all the Teens but only for those Teens that have been TransFormed!

This 1st video is special for all the teens to be played at the TF Party!
Send us your party pictures, we are so curious to see then!!!

Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Lesson: Sunday, 1st April


Psalms 19:14 and Luke 7:1-10

Teach the kids that we must say good words to our neighbour.

"Let my words and my thoughts be pleasing to you, Lord.." (Psalms 19:14)

Start by asking the following: kids, who here likes to listen to beautiful songs, worship, poetry, kind words from their parents, etc? (Wait for their participation). Those are nice sounds that we like to hear. However there are some noises that irritate us, right? For example: people singing out of tune, sound of a buzzer, sound of traffic, whistles and constant bell. These sounds are not nice we must say to our neighbour. Pay attention, we are about to begin.


ONCE UPON a time there was a man who had a hundred soldiers so he was called a Centurion. Though he was an important man he was kind and worried about his servants. It happened that, one day, one of his servants was very sick and he was almost dying. Poor thing isn't it? The centurion was very sad and asked some old Jewish man to go and call Jesus to cure his sick servant. That centurion had built a temple (church) for the Jews and because of that everybody liked him.The Jew went to Jesus, gave Him the centurion's message and then Jesus went where the sick servant was. When Jesus was getting close to his home, the centurion sent some friends to give Him another message because he had changed his mind. Hmmm, did he give up asking for the cure of his servant? (Wait for their participation).
Do you know what the message was? The centurion ordered them to say that He didn't need bother, for the Lord is the Son of God and he doesn't deserve him to come to his house.
He asked the Lord to just say a word because he was sure, that one word only would be enough for his servant to be cured.
Little friends, that centurion had so much faith because he believed that with just a word from Jesus his servant would be cured. The Lord Jesus was so happy  that He said to the people with him: I have never seen a faith like this, not even among the people of Israel, which is the people chosen by God.
 And, his friend got to the centurion's house, the servant was free from the illness. Yeah!

Kids, the centurion knew there was power in Jesus's words. Did you know that our words also have power? Yes, there is power. That's why we must always say good and nice words to bless everyone who hear us. Do you understand?

Biblical Educator, for this moment you will need pictures that represent good manners (these are found in websites and books), for example:

1. Someone asking for something 
2. Someone getting a gift 
3. Someone going into a place 
4. Someone saying goodbye
5. Someone waking up close to another person 
6. Someone putting a child to sleep 
7. Someone offering something (snack or food) 
8. Someone apologising

You will also need eight labels; write the following sentences on them: Please; Thank you very much; Excuse me; See you tomorrow; Good morning; Good night; Do you want some?; Please forgive me. Before starting the Fun Chat stick the pictures around the class and glue the labels on the T-shirt of eight children.

Begin by saying: To live well with our neighbour we must be polite and respect them and always say nice things. Biblical Educator, call the eight chosen children, point to the pictures and say: you should get the picture corresponding to what is written on the label of your T-shirt, ok? Make sure that they understand what you are saying and then begin the activity. When the children get the corresponding pictures, read the sentences on the labels and talk to them about each "nice" word and the importance of using them on a daily basis. Then conclude by saying: We heard in today's story that the centurion believed the word of Jesus could heal his servant. So, each of us can bless the next person we speak to with a word of faith, encouragement, saying that everything will work out, God is with you, etc. Who understood say Amen! These must be our words. Who here will follow this teaching say "I will!" Very good.
Biblical Educator, make a prayer asking God to teach the children to speak only good words.

ACTIVITIES for the week!
(Make copies of the drawings from the book lesson)

Age 2-3
1.          Painting. Paint the centurion pretty well.
2.          Mimicking. Biblical Educator, take to the room little hats made of paper
3.          (enough for all your class), images of puppies or animals (duck, kangaroo, cat,lion, dog, etc.). Start the game putting the kids in a circle and ask them toimitate your gestures and sounds. Present one of the pictures and ask: Whatsound does it make? Make the movements and sounds characteristic of eachhats, put the kids in line and march imitating soldiers.
4.            Drawing. In the story the centurion was sad with the sick servant but then he was happy because the servant was cured

Age 4-7

1.          Decorating the drawing.The centurion was very sad with his servant's illness. Paint and glue twine on the sheet.
2.          Which way? Paint the way that takes Jesus to the centurion's servant.
3.          Complete the story. The centurion asked Jesus to say just a word. Draw inside the frame the end of the story.
4.          Certification. Paint, cut and keep it with affection.
5.          Paint correctly. Observe the sheet and paint only the vowels in the sentence: A nice word.
6.          Playhouse. Dramatization: Biblical Educator, stage with the kids a dramatization according to the story.

Age 8-10

1.          Find the differences. The centurion was very sad with his servant's illness
2.          Activity. Follow the arrow, write the first letter of each image and complete the sentence: We must say _______ to our neighbour.
3.          Cut and paste. Cut and paste the second message that the centurion sent to Jesus.
4.          Writing the story. Observe the scenes and write the part of the story referred to it.
5.          Certification. Paint, cut and keep it with affection.
6.            Activities. 1) Mark the right option and complete the sentence. 2) Write down why we must say good words to our neighbour.
7.            Free activity. Let the kids be creative.

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

CBC Bright Kids Bright Future Event.

Hi There! If you are a CBC Leader or supervisor check today your CBC email as you'll find a form where you'll fill in all your ideas and plans for the "Bright Kids Bright Future" Donations Event.
Once you are done click submit! That Simple. And if you are a B.E notify your CBC Leader or supervisor about it.

Deadline is up to next week Monday, so hurry up....

Monday, 26 March 2012

UK Biblical Educator's Event Highlights!

This event had the main objective to make a follow up of the CBC work development, recapping all the plans we have established on our first CBC meeting, also to launch new plans such as the CBC Bright Kids Bright Future Event (Targets to bring up donations- See Official Logo of the Event below), so that all CBC can be able to purchase all the furniture to all the branches, also Events of the year, and as well the TF Teen projects.

The meeting was  divided in 3 parts:

1. CBC Plans Recap, Team of Faith presentation, emphasize the Children's Biblical Centre, Biblical Educators, Babies Room new names. Also the announcements of the events of the Year, the CBC Got Talent, and as well the B.E A+ event, we have as well launched the first "Educators Magazine" of April and the posters. We have displayed some verse to memorize techniques, and emphasized the importance of the "Retelling Project" , and final we have launched the Biblical Educator Anthem (Song) of UK.

2. On the second part of our event we got the opportunity to speak about the work organization, the need of each branch to raise a PA, also we explained about the new forms, blue folder, the new book parents sing in register and the tickets and as well the children's aprons, and final we have presented the new CBC Uniform (so beautiful, elegant, and as well comfortable) for all Biblical Educators and we have announced the prices as well.

3. And for the final part of our event we have separated this special moment to speak about the TF teen projects, TF Teen party, and as well the TF Teen Anthem (Song) official.

"Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think of anything as being from ourselves , but our sufficiency is from God, who also made us sufficient as ministers of the new convent,   not of letter but of the Spirit; for the letter kills, BUT THE SPIRIT GIVES LIFE. 

2Continth 3:5,6.

Enjoy the best pictures of our team of faith and also of the event!

CBC Leadership

Hey Biblical Educators! Share here your views about the Event, let us all know how was this special meeting for you, just leave your comment here below!

The team of faith and all of us will be excited and curious to know your views!

Saturday, 24 March 2012

TFteen Lesson

Lesson for 25th to 31st March 2012

Bible Verse:  
Colossians 3:20
Children, obey your parents in all things, for this is well pleasing to the Lord.

Purpose of Meeting:
Teach the teens that we should honour our parent’s daily

Initiating the meeting:
Start the lesson by asking the teens about what they did for their mums/parents on Mothers day. Allow them to share their experiences. Ask the teens how their mothers felt last Sunday, were they happy, grateful?

Message that edifies:

Read the first Bible verse for this lesson with the teens.

God was very happy with us last week for pleasing our Mums and making them happy. But what is the point of treating our parents well just once a year?
Though we do not have to weekly buy our parents gifts and make cards etc., we can honour them in a much more special way; by obeying them, respecting them, helping out at home, doing well in School etc.

From now on, we are going to strive more to please our parents. Not just on special occasions, as everyday counts for a Christian teen, everyday we must live in faith and obedience to Gods word!


God wants us to obey, honour love and respect our parents. When they teach us something good and helpful, God is using them to make us better people.


Invite the teens to write a pledge of all the ways they will start to honor, love and respect their parents more. 

Friday, 23 March 2012

It's all about...Faith!

Verse to Memorize

"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen" Hebrews 11:1

Objective of the lesson

Faith is hard to explain because it’s spiritual and we can’t see it, so to illustrate it and make it easy for the children to understand here’s an idea:

Place several random and common household items into a bag. Have the children sit in a circle on the floor. The children should put blindfolds on and take turns pulling items out of the bag and guessing what they are by feel only. They might know that an apple is an apple, yet they cannot prove it without sight. They simply have faith that they know what they are touching. Likewise, they will know a cotton ball when they feel it because they have had experience with cotton balls in the past and have faith that they are experiencing the same thing. Explain to the children that our faith in God is much like faith in understanding the items in the bag. While we cannot see God with our eyes, our experiences with God help us to have faith and identify that God is working in our lives.

A Story of Faith

Many people who lived in Galilee wanted to see Jesus. They had heard about his first miracle in Cana, where he turned water into wine, and they had also heard about his teachings and his miracles performed in Jerusalem during the Feast of the Passover.

 Now when he left Sychar and returned with his disciples to their country, the news of his coming spread rapidly from one city to another, and the Galilean people hoped he would come to their cities and perform miracles among them, too.

But one man did not wait until Jesus should come to his home city before going out to see him. This man lived in Capernaum, a city that had been built on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. He was one of the rulers in that city, and he was also called a nobleman. In the eyes of the poor who lived near his home he was a great man indeed; for he did not despise them, as did many of the rulers of the Jews.

Sorrow had come into the home of this nobleman, his little son lay sick with a burning fever, and the doctors could not make him well. Hearing of Jesus, the nobleman decided to seek this wonderful prophet and beg him to come to Capernaum to heal his child. So he left his home one night and hurried to Cana, where Jesus was.

When the nobleman found the place where Jesus was stopping, he called to see the wonderful prophet of Galilee. He told Jesus about his sick child lying at home at the point of death, and he asked Jesus to go with him to Capernaum to heal the child.

But Jesus answered, "Unless you see signs and wonders you will not believe that I am sent of God."
The nobleman was very much in earnest. He cried out, "Sir, if you do not come down at once, my little son will be dead when we reach home."

 Then Jesus spoke kindly to this distressed father. He said, "Return to your home without me, for your son will not die."

 The nobleman believed Jesus' words and turned back to Capernaum. He did not fear any longer that death would snatch his dear child away from his loving care, for Jesus had said that the child should be well again.

 When he came near to Capernaum, his servants came to meet him with glad tidings. They said, "Your son is no longer sick."

"At what time," asked the nobleman, "did he begin to get well?

 And the servants replied, "His fever left him yesterday at the seventh hour of the day."

The ruler knew that Jesus had spoken to him at that very hour, and he believed surely that it was the power of this prophet that had saved the life of his child. Not only this nobleman, but his entire household, too, believed in Jesus when they heard about the healing of the sick boy.

As you can see, the nobleman believed. He had faith! He could not see it yet with his physical eyes, but he believed and the miracle happened! Let’s all do the same!


1-"Vitamins for your faith"

  • Choose a jar and decorate it nicely
  • Inside it, place little papers with the following written on it: "Tell a friend about Jesus", "Pray for your teachers", "pray for a friend", "read a verse of your Bible", "pray for your parents", "pray for someone that hurt you".
  • Each child will take one and will pray about it and will use their faith. 

2- Write a list

  • Write a list of things that you need faith to conquer and post it on your   notice board! Take photos and ask your pastor's wife to send it to us!

Friday, 16 March 2012

It's all about...Loving one another!

Verse to memorize

"Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind, and love your neighbour as yourself.” Luke 10:27

Objective of the lesson

Explain to the children what Love really means,  when you love you care about that person and if she is upset or passing by a problem you will help her.  God is Love, and when we love we show God.

Jesus tell us a story

Did you know that Jesus loved telling stories? So today we are going to learn one!

Once upon a time, a man asked Jesus: "Teacher, what should I do so I can go to Heaven and live forever?"
And  Jesus answer him “What do you think?" and the man said "Love the Lord your God with all your heart with all your soul and with all your strength, and love your neighbour as yourself."
"That is right!"  Jesus said.  "Do this and you will live forever in Heaven."  But the man wanted to know more so he asked , "And who is my neighbour?"
So Jesus decided to tell him a story  saying:  There was once a Jewish man walking along a road.  He was going from Jerusalem  to Jericho, which was very far.
The road was rocky and there were small hills all around.  The man was just humming to himself and enjoying the nice day when suddenly a group of men jumped out from behind a hill.  They took all his belongings and tore off most of his clothes.  They didn't want him to follow them so they beat him up really badly, and left him bleeding, lying on the ground.
A few minutes later a priest was walking down the same path and noticed the man lying on the side of the road.  Do you know what he did?  You'd think he would run over and help the man.  Instead he crossed the road to the other side and acted like he didn't see the man.
About an hour or so later another man called a Levite was walking down the road.  Levites were people that assisted priests with their work.  He would probably help the man.  But you know what he did?  He slowed down and walked a little closer to the man, but then kept walking without helping him at all.
You might be thinking that maybe the man lying by the side of the road looked like he was resting or something, that's why the priest and the Levite didn't stop to help.  You could tell that he was badly hurt....  The man was bleeding, had most of his clothes ripped off him, and he was bruised and hardly breathing.
Just a few minutes later another man came walking.  He was a Samaritan.  One thing you should know about Samaritans is that Jews didn't like them.  Jews usually didn't treat Samaritans very well, so they never got along.  The man who was dying on the road was a Jew.  So what do you think the Samaritan did?  You'd think he would walk by and maybe even laugh at the man.
But as soon as he saw the man he went over to him and felt compassion for him.  He put bandages on his sores and poured oil and wine (which were quite expensive) on the sores to prevent them from getting worse.  Then he carried the man on his own donkey and took him to a hotel to take care of him. 
The next day the Samaritan took out enough money so the man could stay at the hotel until he was well enough to leave.  He paid the man at the front desk and asked him to take care of the man.  If he wasn't better after about  two months the Samaritan would come back and pay for any extra cost.
After Jesus finished the story he asked, "Which of the three men do you think was a neighbour to the man who was left beaten on the side of the road?"
The man who asked him the question at the beginning replied, "The one who had compassion and helped him."  Jesus told him, "Go and do the same."

1-Get the class together and create a big sign for your notice board, with children holding hands. Each child could make a character.
Then, ask each child to make a card for someone they would like to be closer to. See below and have fun!

2-  The Biblical Educator will cut up some papers and write each child's name on each piece. If they choose their own name they have to hand it back to the B Educator, but if they choose another name they will have to decorate the heart to hand it to another friend, and they can both hold unto the heart and make a prayer of agreement/prayer of love for one another. :)

You will need: 
  • Coloured paper
  • Plastic sticks
  • Sticky tape
  • Coloured pencil
  • Cut the shape of an heart
  • Decorate the heart any way you like
  • Pepare the plastic stick/a firm straw to be placed behind the heart
  • Place stick/firm straw behind the heart and put sticky tape to hold it in place

Children Biblical Centre presents...

Children Biblical Centre presents...

CBC Knocking Down the Walls of Jericho