Big Truth:

God is Making All Things New

Isaiah 66:22, Isaiah 65:17, 2 Corinthians 5:17, Romans 8:29, 2 Peter 3:13, Romans 8:23, Revelation 3:12

Bible Verse:

And He who was seated on the throne said, ‘Behold, I am making all things new.’ Also He said, ‘Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true.’

Revelation 21:5

Big Ideas:

  • A new heaven and earth are coming.
  • A people made new from every tribe, tongue, and nation is coming.
  • New worship that is holy and undivided is coming.

Bible Story:

Revelation 21

John, while exiled to the Island of Patmos, has a vision of the new heaven and earth. In his vision, he sees that God will make all things new by ushering in a new earth that no longer has sorrow, pain, and sin in them. Those who have believed in Christ will live forever with God in this new earth.


The Story is the good news of the gospel. All of Scripture tells the Story of God the Father’s work to redeem a people from the power of sin through God the Son so that they might live for His glory through the power of the Holy Spirit. During this series we will explore the four main movements of the Story of God, and our response to the life-altering Gospel Story!

bullet image

Every child should know that:

  • God is the author, subject, and hero of the gospel story
  • Salvation comes by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone

bullet image

Every child should strive to:

  • Describe the gospel message through Creation, Fall, Redemption, and New Creation
  • Memorize the Bible verse each week

bullet image

Every child should feel:

  • Brokenness over the depth of our sin against God
  • Joy in Jesus, our Savior and King

bullet image

Every child should want:

  • To study the Bible so that they can better understand God’s story of redemption
  • To share the gospel story with those who are separated from God in their sin