Jesus Loves Everyone! | Good News Club TV S3E3
Have you ever had trouble loving someone? This episode of GNCTV shows how Jesus talks to a woman most people did not like. This Samaritan woman was an outcast. No one wanted to talk to her or be around her, but Jesus did. He had created her and loved her. We should love each other because we are all created in God’s image. We need the Holy Spirit to help us love well, especially those others reject.
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Who is your favorite superhero? The Bible tells about a time when God provided real heroes to save His people from serious trouble! These people were not perfect, but the all-powerful God used these real men and women to help save His people. These heroes were called judges. They weren’t like judges in a courtroom we have today. They were special leaders God used to rescue His people from big problems. Listen to this episode to hear why God’s people needed these special heroes.
The Bible tells us about some people who lived in a land called Canaan. There were many different groups of people in this land, but because they all lived in Canaan, they are usually called “Canaanites” in the Bible. God had given the Canaanites many good things, but the Canaanites did not want to serve God. Find out what happens in this episode of Good News Club TV!
“This land is filled with huge armies. They will destroy us! And we saw giants! Some of them were so tall it made us feel as small as grasshoppers! We can’t live here!”
Giants? Huge armies? What kind of a land was this and who was saying these things? Find out in this episode of Good News Club TV!
Do you like to get gifts? I like to get gifts too. We are about to celebrate a holiday when lots of people give and receive gifts. Christmas!
Have you ever had a hard time getting along with others—your family, classmates, or even your friends? Did you know God cares about your relationships (friendships) with others?
Being a part of SPAN can greatly influence the lives of individuals sharing the Gospel in their own communities. Netsanet Worogo’s story shares the impact it had on her life.