August 30, 2015
Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23
James 1:17-27

Welcome one another

Second Sunday of Advent




Object: a welcome mat

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See what I brought today? (hold up the mat) This is a welcome mat. It has the word "welcome" on it. People put mats like this one on their front porches so that visitors will know they are welcome. We welcome others by letting them know we are glad to see them and eager to spend time with them.

Our scripture reading this morning talks about this very thing. The writer reminds us to be welcoming to each other, because Jesus Christ has been so welcoming to us. When we welcome each other we are sharing God's love and spreading kindness. Do you remember the Golden Rule? "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Treat people like you'd like to be treated. Welcome others.

How does Christ welcome us? How does he let us know that we are special and important to him? (see what ideas the children have) He loves us unconditionally. That means that he loves...

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