Jesus Needs Willing People



  • Illustration of an angry face



  1. View an illustration of an angry face.
  2. Explain that Saul was angry and did not like David. Then explain that even if it wasn’t easy, David was helping Saul.
  3. Explain that the word “volunteer” qualifies a person who helps because he has chosen to do so and not because he is forced to do so or is paid to do so.
  4. Recite and mime the rhyme. Encourage the children to do the gestures with you.


Nursery Rhyme

  • Jesus needs willing people

(Point to the sky.)

  • Volunteers eager to help

(Open your arms with your hands facing up as a sign of openness.)

  • By sharing and praying morning and evening

(Stretch one of your two arms as if to give, then join hands and close your eyes to pray.)

  • By meeting everyone’s needs

(Give yourself a hug, then point at a few children.)


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