June 19, 2013
In January of this year, we announced the release of a brand new eKidz at Home resource called the Faith Starter Kit (Click here for previous post). So many stories are being sent in to Amen Corner of families are using the kit. We can’t begin to tell you how excited we are that God is using this kit to help equip parents to lead their kids to faith in Jesus.
If there are other resources that would empower you as a parent, let us know!
Ask for your copy of the Faith Starter Kit when you pickup your child from Motion
June 12, 2013
Last year for Father’s Day, some of our ministry leaders took to the stage with a special message of God as our Heavenly Father. Click here to watch Wade Joye teach this very powerful truth.
- God is a competent Father
- God is a caring Father
- God is a close Father
June 1, 2013
The Park Code (our memory verse) for Quest this June is 1 Chronicles 16:34:
Give thanks (prayer hands)
to the Lord (point up)
for he is good; (two thumbs up)
his love (cross hands over chest)
endures forever. (spread arms wide)
1 Chronicles 16:34 (hold up one finger, then three)
All the Animal Adventureland park guides know the Park Code, and we want all our Animal Adventureland friends to learn it too! Every weekend in June, Quest kids can recite the Park Code for a special prize. Work with your child to learn the Park Code and help them know and love their Bible!
May 29, 2013
In this final episode of Fairy Tale Trials, you saw our competitors fight to keep three balloons in the air the longest. For a fun summertime (outside) activity, try this as a family. Here’s how…
- All you need is balloons and an open space.
- Blow up and tie the balloons – enough for each competitor to have three. It’s a good idea for each player to have a different color of balloons, so you can tell them apart.
- At the same time, all players should toss their balloons into the air and begin trying to keep them afloat. If they want, they can try to knock other people’s balloons away.
- The last person to have a balloon in the air wins!
- You can adjust the number of balloons (to make it easier or harder) or put limits on what body parts can be used to keep balloons afloat. Have fun!