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Wonder! Clubhouse All Aboard – Week 2 #Quest

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Lesson Overview
During Wonder! Clubhouse: All Aboard we’re heading to Creation Station to make discoveries and learn about the world around us and that God made everything – the sun, moon, stars, planets, clouds, rain, oceans, animals, flowers, you, me … everything!

We learned on day two of creation:

God made (point up)
sky (spread arms high)
and water! (spread arms below)

God separated the waters in the clouds above from the waters in the ocean below. He called the space between them “sky.” There are so many things we see and use all the time that can be found in the sky or water. We can thank God for the sky and water because He created them!

This week, remind your child to thank God for giving us the sky and water; lay in the grass and look at the clouds and talk about what they look like, or maybe if you’re planning a trip to the beach or the lake this summer you can talk about how God made the water you’re playing in.

All Aboard
Each weekend children visit Quest during this eight week series they can collect main point train cars to add to their All Aboard poster. These train cars will help remind them of all the things God created. Children can collect six train cars and bring their poster back to Quest to receive a special prize.

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Memory Verse – Psalm 89:11
Join us in helping your child learn our memory verse, Psalm 89:11. Children can recite this verse every week during the series to earn bonus train cars to put on their All Aboard poster.

You (point up)
made (fist on top of fist)
the world (form a circle with arms over head)
and everything in it. (spread arms wide)
Genesis 89:11 (open hands like a book)

Knowing this verse helps children remember to thank God for what He created! Help your child practice this verse. Then ask them to Remember, Think, and Follow to review what we learned this weekend.

1 REMEMBER: What did God create in today’s Bible story? (sky and water)
2 THINK: Did God create sky and water on day one or day two? (day two)
3 FOLLOW: Because God made everything, we should thank Him for what He’s created! What will you thank God for today? (sky and water)


The Force of Kindness – Week 2 #Motion

TFOK Main Slide

Series Memory Verse: Luke 6:31, “Do to others as you would have them to do to you.”
Virtue: Kindness: Showing others they are valuable by how you treat them.
Main Point: There’s always time to be kind.
Bible Story: Jesus and the Children, Mark 10:13-16

In our second week of The Force of Kindness, we saw an episode of Clone Wars where a farmer went out of his way to be kind to the Clone Troopers, and even though he was attacked, he took the time to be kind.

We then read in the Bible how Jesus, who was very busy with his growing ministry, took time to be kind to a group of children who wanted to see him. Jesus was the perfect example of kindness. 

Talk with your family this week about times when you struggle to take the time to be kind. Commit to holding each other accountable to always taking the time to be kind. And come back next week for another episode of The Force of Kindness!


Wonder! Clubhouse All Aboard – Week 1 #Quest

Bible Story: Creation Day 1: Light and Dark | Genesis 1:1-5
Main Point: God made light and dark!
Memory Verse: “You made the world and everything in it.” Psalm 89:11

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Lesson Overview
During Wonder! Clubhouse All Aboard we’re heading to Creation Station to make discoveries and learn about the world around us and that God made everything – the sun, moon, stars, planets, clouds, rain, oceans, animals, flowers, you, me … everything!

On day one, when the world was completely dark, God created light! God separated the light and dark so we could have day and night. We learned,

God made (point up)
light (flash fingers open by face)
and dark! (close fists by face)

The light and dark are both important. We need the light for daytime activities, but there are plenty of things, like fireworks, that are much better in the dark! This week, remind your child to thank God for giving us light and dark!

All Aboard
Each weekend children visit Quest during this eight week series they can collect main point train cars to add to their All Aboard poster. These train cars will help remind them of all the things God created. Children can collect six train cars and bring their poster back to Quest to receive a special prize.

053116_eKidz_AABO_Poster

Memory Verse – Psalm 89:11
Join us in helping your child learn our memory verse, Psalm 89:11. Children can recite this verse every week during the series to earn bonus train cars to put on their All Aboard poster.

You (point up)
made (fist on top of fist)
the world (form a circle with arms over head)
and everything in it. (spread arms wide)
Genesis 89:11 (open hands like a book)

Knowing this verse helps children remember to thank God for what He created! Help your child practice this verse. Then ask them to Remember, Think, and Follow to review what we learned this weekend.

1 REMEMBER: What did God create in today’s Bible story? (light and dark)
2 THINK: Did God create light and dark on day one or day five? (day one)
3 FOLLOW: Because God made everything, we should thank Him for what He’s created! What will you thank God for today? (light and dark)


Wonder! Clubhouse All Aboard – Memory Verse Backgrounds #Quest

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During All Aboard we’ll make discoveries and learn about the world around us and that God made everything – the sun, moon, stars, planets, clouds, rain, oceans, animals, flowers, you, me … everything!

Join us in helping your child learn Psalm 89:11 (NCV) and remember God made everything. Children can recite the verse each weekend to receive an additional train cars for their poster!

You (point up)
made (fist on top of fist)
the world (form a circle with arms over head)
and everything in it. (spread arms wide)
Psalm 89:11 (open hands like a book)

Use the smart phone or computer memory verse backgrounds and join us to help your family learn Psalm 89:11. Children can recite this verse each weekend to receive an additional train car for their All Aboard poster! Collect six train cars and bring the All Aboard poster back to Quest to receive a special prize!


The Force of Kindness – Memory Verse Backgrounds #Motion

TFOK Main Slide

We all have a powerful force at our disposal – the force to show others how valuable they are. The power lies in how you treat others. The world has one idea of how we should treat others but Jesus set a clear example for us.

God created kindness. No one is kinder than God: no one has ever done more to show us how valuable we are than God has done. He values us more than anyone else can. He sent Jesus, His Son, to SHOW us how valuable we are to Him. Jesus gave us the gold standard of kindness in Luke 6:31:

Do to others what you want them to do to you.

When we are kind to others, they notice – perhaps because kindness isn’t so common. It sets us apart and can lead to real changes in the hearts of others.

During The Force of Kindness we’re learning Luke 6:31 to help us remember how we should treat others because of the example Jesus set for us. Use the smart phone or computer memory verse backgrounds and join us to help your family learn Luke 6:31.