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The Finders: Warehouse 110 – Week 3 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: I Corinthians 1:10, “I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought.”
Bible Story: The Good Samaritan, Luke 10:30-37
Main Point: Teammates help

In week 3 of Warehouse 110, the Finders continue to look for the deed and the treasure, but also continue their arguing. Check out the episode and teaching video below.

Charlie learned how Warehouse 110 was used as a hospital during the Civil War, helping soldiers recover. It’s important for teammates to help. Talk with your family this week about ways that they can help those around you.

And as you go through the Warehouse 110 series, participate in solving the mystery with your Motion kid! Each week, look in their Finders Log for the eKidz at Home Mystery Question, view the episode here on the eKidz site, record the answers, and work as a team to solve the mystery. Bring your completed Parent Mystery Challenge card back to eKidz December 20, 21, or 24 to receive a Warehouse 110 movie poster!


FearBusters | Week 6 #Quest

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Bible Story: A Sick Boy Made Well | John 4:46-53
Main Point: When I’m Scared, Jesus Can Heal!
Memory Verse: “I prayed to the Lord and He answered me. He freed me from all my fears.” Psalm 34:4

Lesson Overview
It can be scary when we get a boo-boo, but we’ve been learning we can BUST our fears and the fears of our monster friends with God’s Word!

This weekend, our friend MiMi Monster was really scared because she got a boo-boo on her head. She didn’t want to go to the doctor and was afraid her boo-boo would never go away either. Agent Lou True got there just in time to help bust her fear by reading a story from the Bible! He shared a story about a boy who was really sick. The boy’s father was scared his son might die, but he knew Jesus could heal his son! When he heard Jesus was nearby, he hurried to see Jesus. Jesus told the father his son would be healed. The father believed Jesus and ran home. When he got home, the father saw his son was healed! We learned when we’re scared, like MiMi Monster or like the father, we don’t have to be afraid because Jesus can heal!

FearBusted Box
To help our FearBuster friends bust their fears, Quest children received a FearBusted Box to collect truths from God’s word to know what to do when they are scared. Each weekend children will collect another truth to put in their FearBusted Box!

In this week’s truth bag was a band aid! MiMi was afraid the boo-boo on her head wouldn’t heal, but we helped her BUST her fear with a story from the Bible. MiMi learned she shouldn’t have been scared of going to the doctor and her boo-boo not healing – Jesus can heal!  Use the truth card to start a discussion with your child about their fears and to review the Bible story and main point.

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Ask, “When we are scared and get a boo-boo, who can heal us?”

Memory Verse
Our memory verse during FearBusters teaches us that God can free us from all our fears. Each weekend children can recite the memory verse for a ROAR-some monster prize in Quest.

I prayed (pretend to pray)
to the Lord (point up),
and He answered me. (cup hand to ear)
He freed me (wave arms and smile)
from all my fears. (make scared face)
Psalm 34:4 (hold up 4 fingers)

Has your child learned the memory verse? Post a video on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram of your child saying the verse with the hashtag #FearBusters!


The Finders: Warehouse 110 – Week 2 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: I Corinthians 1:10, “I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought.”
Bible Story: The Corinthians Argue, Acts 2:42-47
Main Point: Teammates don’t argue.

Week 2 of Warehouse 110 is here and the Finders finally venture into the warehouse! See what happens here:

As we’re studying teamwork through this series, our Family Pastor Frank Bealer shared what he saw in this episode:

Arguments on a team are inevitable but the key is to be able to forgive and move forward. In our families, with our friends, on our sports teams, and in the other teams we are a part of, arguments are likely to come up but they are not productive for teams. We need to be willing to set our pride and personal preferences aside for the good of the team. Talk with your family about ways that you need to do that and keep the best interest of the team at the forefront.

And as you go through the Warehouse 110 series, participate in solving the mystery with your Motion kid! Each week, look in their Finders Log for the eKidz at Home Mystery Question, view the episode here on the eKidz site, record the answers, and work as a team to solve the mystery. Bring your completed Parent Mystery Challenge card back to eKidz on December 20, 21, or 24 to receive a Warehouse 110 movie poster! Click HERE to see more of the Finders. 


FearBusters | Week 5 #Quest

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Bible Story: God Cares For A Widow | 1 Kings 17:7-16
Main Point: When I’m Scared, God Gives Me What I Need!
Memory Verse: “I prayed to the Lord and He answered me. He freed me from all my fears.” Psalm 34:4

Lesson Overview
Our FearBuster team has been using God’s Word to bust our fears and the fears of our monster friends! This weekend, our friend BeBo Monster was in a new place and was afraid of being alone without any friends! But Agent Lou True was there and helped BeBo Monster by reading a story from the Bible. He read a story about a man named Elijah. Elijah had nothing to eat or drink. God knew Elijah needed something to eat and drink, so God told Elijah to go to a town to find a woman there. But when he found the woman, we discovered the woman only had just enough ingredients for her and her son to have one small loaf of bread. But knowing God would take care of her, the woman made bread and had enough to feed herself, her son, and Elijah! God blessed Elijah with something to eat and blessed the woman with more oil and flour. After reading the Bible story, BeBo Monster learned God gives us what we need when we are scared!

FearBusted Box
To help our FearBuster friends bust their fears, Quest children received a FearBusted Box to collect truths from God’s word to know what to do when they are scared. Each weekend children will collect another truth to put in their FearBusted Box!

In this week’s truth bag was a goldfish yo-yo! BeBo was afraid of not having his goldfish snack to eat, but we helped him BUST his fear with a story from the Bible. BeBo learned he shouldn’t have been scared of not having a snack – God would give him what he needed. Use the truth card to start a discussion with your child about their fears and to review the Bible story and main point.

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Ask, “Who can give you what you need so you are not scared anymore?

Memory Verse
Our memory verse during FearBusters teaches us that God can free us from all our fears. Each weekend children can recite the memory verse for a ROAR-some monster prize in Quest.

I prayed (pretend to pray)
to the Lord (point up),
and He answered me. (cup hand to ear)
He freed me (wave arms and smile)
from all my fears. (make scared face)
Psalm 34:4 (hold up 4 fingers)

Has your child learned the memory verse? Post a video on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram of your child saying the verse with the hashtag #FearBusters!


The Finders: Warehouse 110 – Week 1 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: I Corinthians 1:10, “I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought.”
Bible Story: The Fellowship of the Believers, Acts 2:42-47
Main Point: Teammates work toward the same goal.

It’s here! The Finders are back and taking on their biggest mystery yet. Check out the first episode below.

We also heard from Frank Bealer on the issues of teamwork exhibited in the episode.

Teammates work toward the same goal. If a team isn’t united in their purpose, they’ll never accomplish anything significant. This applies to the Finders, it applies to the early Church we studied in Acts 2, and it applies to the other teams we’re a part of in our lives.

As you go through the Warehouse 110 series, participate in solving the mystery with your Motion kid! Each week, look in their Finders Log for the eKidz at Home Mystery Question, view the episode here on the eKidz site, record the answers, and work as a team to solve the mystery. Bring your completed Parent Mystery Challenge card back to eKidz on December 20, 21, or 24 to receive a Warehouse 110 movie poster!