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Motion Large Group Week of October 13

More or Less

Virtue: Contentment: Deciding to be okay with what you have.
Main Point: Stuff can’t keep you happy.
Bible Story: Don’t Be Controlled By Money
Bible Passage: Hebrews 13:5
Memory Verse: “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord.” Colossians 3:23a, NIV

WELCOME

“Welcome to Motion and welcome to our series More or Less! Everyone say, ‘MORE OR LESS!’
Wait for kids to say MORE OR LESS! Repeat again for emphasis.

Great job everybody! This month we’re learning how to be ok what we have, no matter if it’s more or less than what others have. In fact, being okay with what we have is this month’s virtue called contentment. Everyone take a look at the screen and say this month’s virtue with me.

Contentment: Deciding to be okay with what you have.

This month we’re taking a look at how we can be more content with the things we have and what the Bible says about trying to get more stuff. Now Motion, put your hands together and help me welcome a special friend who’s going to help explain more about being content. Help me welcome __________ to the stage!”

Bible Connect With Bible Communicator

Bible Story Video Intro

Bible Story Video

Bible Story Video Outro

Connect Questions Intro

“In today’s story, Connor learned a lesson that I think we can all learn—having new stuff may be fun for a while, but what happens when the ‘newness’ wears off? We can’t rely on stuff to make us happy; the Bible tells us to be happy with the things God’s given us and to fits more on our relationship with Him.

Now, it’s time for us to answer a few questions about today’s Bible story and the video we just watched. Circle around your eGroup leaders now!

First question: What things was Connor missing out on by spending so much time in his room? Discuss that now.

(give kids one minute to answer the question)

Next question: When was the last time you got something that made you happy? How long were you happy for?

(give kids two minutes to answer the question)

Last question: Getting ‘stuff’ will only make us happy for a short amount of time. What kind of things can you do this week to create something that lasts, like making memories or experiencing new things?

(give kids two minutes to answer the question)

Worship Intro

“Great job, Motion! I heard some amazing answers coming from your eGroups. Now we’ve got the chance to stand to our feet and thank God for everything He’s given us, no matter if it’s sometimes a lot or if it’s sometimes a little. We can ALWAYS celebrate what God has given us.

Everyone stand to your feet. Let’s sing, dance, and worship God as we sing, ‘Love Won’t Let Me Down.’”

Worship Song – Love Won’t let Me Down

Worship Song – Undefeated

Dismissal To eGroups

“Great job, Motion! Everybody stay standing because it’s time for us to head back to our eGroups. When I call your eGroup leaders’ name, you can follow them back to eGroup so you can learn more about becoming content.”

(dismiss kids back to eGroups)

eGroups

VIP Welcome

“Welcome back from your eGroups, Motion! Before we continue, I want to take a moment and welcome our VIPs who are here with us for the first time today! Motion, help me welcome our VIPs!

(initiate applause)

If it’s your first time here, we consider you a VIP—a very important person! VIPs, turn your attention to the screen because I’ve got some special instructions just for you.

(refer to the screen)

This is a VIP lanyard. If you’re a VIP, you’re wearing this around your neck right now.

[VIP Slide – Lanyard]

When you leave Motion, you need to take that lanyard to the __________ tent called the Welcome Area.

[VIP Slide – Welcome Area]

Once you get to the Welcome Area, show them your lanyard and they will give you a gift!

[VIP Slide – Gift]

Let’s review.

[VIP Slide – All Combined]

VIP Lanyard + Welcome Area = Gift.

If you have any questions about where to go or what to do, just ask someone in an eKidz shirt and we’ll be more than happy to help you out!”

Bible Prize Info

“Now Motion, it’s time to talk about how we’re going to reward you for something I know a lot of you do every week—bringing your Bibles! It’s so important to bring your Bible to eKidz so you can have God’s word in front of you. That way, you can circle important stories, memory verses, or wisdom you’ll learn about.

If you brought your own personal Bible from home, then you’ll be able to leave today with a prize. After your parents pick you up, you’ll show YOUR Bible to the leader who’s checking your tags at the door. IF you brought your Bible, you can choose from one of the prizes available. Bring a Bible, get a prize. How easy is that?

When I say, ‘Bring a Bible,’ you say, ‘Get a prize!’

Bring a Bible!

(wait for kids to respond)

If you didn’t bring a Bible today, then bring one next time! Each week you can get a prize for bringing your Bible.”

MEMORY VERSE ACTIVITY

“Now Motion, it’s time for us to work on this month’s memory verse! First, let’s take a look at it on the screen.

(refer to the memory verse slide on the screen)

Ok, let’s all say the verse. I’ll say it first, then we’ll say it together.

(say the memory verse, then say the memory verse with the kids)

Ok, now we’re going to do an activity that’ll help you learn this month’s verse. In just a moment I’m going to have you say the verse with a partner. The trick will be that you need to say the memory verse three times to your partner and every time you say the memory verse, your voice needs to get deeper and deeper. In case you need it, I’ll keep the verse on the screen, but I want whoever is saying the verse to try and say it with their back to the screen. Try to really push yourself to memorize the verse! Take 30 seconds to find a partner and then once you’ve all got a partner, I’ll give you four minutes to each say the memory verse three times each. Find a partner now!

(give kids 30 seconds to find a partner)

Now, say the memory verse three times with your partner with your voice getting deeper and deeper each time. Do that now!”

(give kids four minutes to say the verse three times each)

Memory Verse Activity

Game Setup – Right or Wrong

“Great job learning your memory verse, Motion! You’re doing great! Now, let’s celebrate all of your hard work by playing today’s game.

In this game, you’ll watch a clip from a popular TV gameshow. After you watch the clip of the gameshow, you’ll need to choose whether you think the person on screen gets the question right or wrong. You’ll move to one side of the room or the other depending on your answer. Once you’ve all made your choice, I’ll reveal the answer to see who’s right and who’s wrong.

Everyone stand to your feet and let’s get ready to play, ‘Right or Wrong!’”

Game – Right or Wrong

Dismissal Movie Intro

“Great job during the game, Motion! Your parents will be here in just a few minutes to pick you up. Remember, if you brought your Bible today, you can show it to the leader at checkout for a prize.

Now, we’ve got one more movie to check out that’s going to show us more about how to become more content. Take a look at the screen!”

Dismissal Movie

 


Motion Large Group Week of October 6

More or Less

Virtue: Contentment: Deciding to be okay with what you have.
Main Point: God can help you be okay no matter what.
Bible Story: Be Content.
Bible Passage: Philippians 4:11b-13
Memory Verse: “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord.” Colossians 3:23a, NIV

WELCOME

“Welcome to Motion and welcome to our series More or Less! Everyone say ‘MORE OR LESS!’
Wait for kids to say MORE OR LESS! Repeat again for emphasis.
Great job everybody! This month we’re learning how to be ok what we have, no matter if it’s more or less than what others have. In fact, being okay with what we have is this month’s virtue called contentment. Everyone take a look at the screen and say this month’s virtue with me.

Contentment: Deciding to be okay with what you have.

This month we’re taking a look at how we can become more content with the things we have and what the Bible says about trying to get more stuff. Now Motion, put your hands together and help me welcome a special friend who’s going to help explain a more about being content. Help me welcome __________ to the stage!”

Bible Connect with Bible Communicator

Bible Story Video Intro

Bible Story Video

Bible Story Video Outro

Connect Questions Intro

“When we lose something we’re used to or if things change and we’re not as happy, the Bible tells us that we need to be content with what we have, because we’ll always have times in our life when we have more, and times when we have less. Through everything, God will give us the strength we need.

Now, it’s time for us to answer a few questions about today’s Bible story and the video we just watched. Circle around your eGroup leaders now!

First question: Zoe’s family had to give up a lot when they moved. What did they have to give up? How did Zoe feel living in the city? Discuss that now.

(give kids one minute to answer the question)

Next question: When was the last time you had to give something up? How did that make you feel?

(give kids two minutes to answer the question)

Last question: How can we be content when someone else has something we want? What can you say to yourself to remind you to be content?”

(give kids two minutes to answer the question)

Worship Intro

“Great job, Motion! I heard some amazing answers coming from your eGroups. Now we’ve got the chance to stand to our feet and thank God for everything He’s given us, no matter if it’s sometimes a lot or if it’s sometimes a little. We can ALWAYS celebrate what God has given us.

Everyone stand to your feet. Let’s sing, dance, and worship God as we sing, ‘Love Won’t Let Me Down.’”

Worship Song – Love Won’t let Me Down

Worship Song – Undefeated

Dismissal To eGroups

“Great job, Motion! Everybody stay standing because it’s time for us to head back to our eGroups. When I call your eGroup leaders’ name, you can follow them back to eGroup so you can learn more about becoming content.”

(dismiss kids back to eGroups)

eGroups

VIP Welcome

“Welcome back from your eGroups, Motion! Before we continue, I want to take a moment and welcome our VIPs who are here with us for the first time today! Motion, help me welcome our VIPs!

(initiate applause)

If it’s your first time here, we consider you a VIP—a very important person! VIPs, turn your attention to the screen because I’ve got some special instructions just for you.

(refer to the screen)

This is a VIP lanyard. If you’re a VIP, you’re wearing this around your neck right now.

[VIP Slide – Lanyard]

When you leave Motion, you need to take that lanyard to the __________ tent called the Welcome Area.

[VIP Slide – Welcome Area]

Once you get to the Welcome Area, show them your lanyard and they will give you a gift!

[VIP Slide – Gift]

Let’s review.

[VIP Slide – All Combined]

VIP Lanyard + Welcome Area = Gift.

If you have any questions about where to go or what to do, just ask someone in an eKidz shirt and we’ll be more than happy to help you out!”

Bible Prize Info

“Now Motion, it’s time to talk about how we’re going to reward you for something I know a lot of you do every week—bringing your Bibles! It’s so important to bring your Bible to eKidz so you can have God’s word in front of you. That way, you can circle important stories, memory verses, or wisdom you’ll learn about.

If you brought your own personal Bible from home, then you’ll be able to leave today with a prize. After your parents pick you up, you’ll show YOUR Bible to the leader who’s checking your tags at the door. IF you brought your Bible, you can choose from one of the prizes available. Bring a Bible, get a prize. How easy is that?

When I say, ‘Bring a Bible,’ you say, ‘Get a prize!’

Bring a Bible!

(wait for kids to respond)

If you didn’t bring a Bible today, then bring one next time! Each week you can get a prize for bringing your Bible.”

MEMORY VERSE ACTIVITY

“Now Motion, it’s time for us to work on this month’s memory verse! First, let’s take a look at it on the screen.

(refer to the memory verse slide on the screen)

Ok, let’s all say the verse. I’ll say it first, then we’ll say it together.

(say the memory verse, then say the memory verse with the kids)

Ok, now we’re going to do an activity that’ll help you learn this month’s verse because when we learn verses, we can know how to follow God. In just a moment I’m going to have you break into small groups, no more than four, and work to develop hand motions or moves that will help you remember the verse better. Then after five minutes is over, I’m going to ask two teams to come and share the motions they created.

Okay, everyone break into your teams and let’s get started! You’ve got five minutes to come up with some motions. Show me what you got! Go!”

(give kids five minutes to assemble a team, create motions, and prepare to present)

Ok, let me find two teams who want to show off what they created! If you want to show your motions, raise your hand.

(Call two teams to show their motions on stage. Limit each team to roughly 30 seconds.)

Memory Verse Activity

Game Setup – Higher or Lower

“Great job with the memory verse motions! I saw some real creativity out there today! Now, it’s time for today’s game.

This month during More or Less, we’ll be playing games like some of the most famous game shows around. Today, we’re going to play a game called, ‘Higher or Lower’ where two contestants will need to decide if the price of something is higher or lower than what’s listed on the screen.

In just a moment, we’ll divide the room in half. Next, I’ll call one kid from each side of the room onto the stage to compete. I’ll give each contestant a game buzzer and then I will show an item on the screen. The contestants on stage need to guess if the item on screen is higher or lower than $10. The first kid to buzz in and correctly guess either higher or lower than $10 earns their team 100 points.

Now, people in the audience, if your team buzzes in first, you can TOTALLY help them out by screaming out whether or not you think the prices higher or lower than $10. Hopefully, you can help lead your team to victory!

Divide into two separate teams now and when we’ve split up, I’ll call our first two contestants to the stage!”

Game – Higher or Lower

Dismissal Movie Intro

“Great job during the game, Motion! Your parents will be here in just a few minutes to pick you up. Remember, if you brought your Bible today, you can show it to the leader at checkout for a prize

Now, we’ve got one more movie to check out that’s going to show us more about how we can be content with the things we have.”

Dismissal Movie

 


Motion Large Group Week of September 29

Dirty Jobs

Virtue: Initiative: Seeing what needs to be done and doing it.
Main Point: Look for ways to celebrate what God has done.
Bible Story: The Wall is Rebuilt.
Bible Passage: Nehemiah 3-4, 6:15-16, 8:1-17
Memory Verse: “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord.” Colossians 3:23a, NIV

WELCOME

“Welcome to Motion and welcome to the last week of our series Dirty Jobs! This month, we’re learning how we can take initiative and what it means to DO, not just think, but actually DO the right thing. Let’s go ahead and take a look at our virtue this month, initiative, and see what’s up.
Initiative: Seeing what needs to be done and doing it.

Throughout the month we’ve been looking at a man named Nehemiah and how Nehemiah showed initiative when he rebuilt the walls of a city. Nehemiah faced many distractions and difficulties during his mission, but today I think we’re going to hear some good news. Let’s check on Nehemiah by inviting one of my friends to the stage to help us with today’s Bible story. Motion, put your hands together and help me welcome __________ to the stage!”

Bible Connect with Bible Communicator

Bible Story Video Intro

Bible Story Video

Bible Story Video Outro

Connect Questions Intro

“Nehemiah knew that there is a time to ask for forgiveness for the problems we’ve caused, but there is also a time to celebrate the things we’ve been able to accomplish with God’s help!

Now, it’s time for us to answer a few questions about today’s Bible story and the video we just watched. Circle around your eGroup leaders now!

First question: Why did the people of Jerusalem seem so upset? Why did they start to cry? Discuss that now.

(give kids one minute to answer the question)

Next question: Nehemiah told the people that they needed to celebrate what God was able to do through them. What has God done for you that you can celebrate?

(give kids two minutes to answer the question)

Last question: Why is thanking God important? What’s something you can thank God for right now?”

(give kids two minutes to answer the question)

Worship Intro

“Great job, Motion! I heard some amazing answers coming from your eGroups. Now we’ve got the chance to stand to our feet and thank God for everything He’s done. We worship because God has given us SO MUCH and we owe so much to Him.

We’re going to sing, worship, and thank God for everything He’s given us. Everyone stand to your feet and let’s worship God by singing, ‘Undefeated.’”

Worship Song – Undefeated

Worship Song – Alive

Dismissal To eGroups

“Great job, Motion! Everybody stay standing because it’s time for us to head back to our eGroups. When I call your eGroup leaders’ name, you can follow them back to eGroup.”

(dismiss kids back to eGroups)

eGroups

VIP Welcome

“Welcome back from your eGroups, Motion! Before we continue, I want to take a moment and welcome our VIPs who are here with us for the first time today! Motion, help me welcome our VIPs!

(initiate applause)

If it’s your first time here, we consider you a VIP – a very important person! VIPs, turn your attention to the screen because I’ve got some special instructions just for you.

(refer to the screen)

This is a VIP lanyard. If you’re a VIP, you’re wearing this around your neck right now.

[VIP Slide – Lanyard]

When you leave Motion, you need to take that lanyard to the __________ tent called the Welcome Area.

[VIP Slide – Welcome Area]

Once you get to the Welcome Area, show them your lanyard and they will give you a gift!

[VIP Slide – Gift]

Let’s review.

[VIP Slide – All Combined]

VIP Lanyard + Welcome Area = Gift.

If you have any questions about where to go or what to do, just ask someone in an eKidz shirt and we’ll be more than happy to help you out!”

Bible Prize Info

“Now Motion, it’s time to talk about how we’re going to reward you for something I know a lot of you do every week—bringing your Bibles! It’s so important to bring your Bible to eKidz so you can have God’s Word in front of you. That way, you can circle important stories or memory verses you’ll learn about.

If you brought your own personal Bible from home, then you’ll be able to leave today with a prize. After your parents pick you up, you’ll show YOUR Bible to the leader who’s checking your tags at the door. IF you brought your Bible, you can choose from one of the prizes available. Bring a Bible, get a prize. How easy is that?

When I say, ‘Bring a Bible,’ you say, ‘Get a prize!’

Bring a Bible!

(wait for kids to respond)

If you didn’t bring a Bible today, then bring one next time! Each week you can get a prize for bringing your Bible.”

MEMORY VERSE ACTIVITY

“Now Motion, it’s time for us to work on this month’s memory verse! First, let’s take a look at it on the screen.

(refer to the memory verse slide on the screen)

Ok, let’s all say the verse together.

(say the memory verse with the kids)

In just a moment, I’m going to have you practice the verse three times with a partner and then we’re going to do something special and let three kids who have got the memory verse mastered to say the verse in front of the room. This way, we can celebrate the kids who have worked hard over this past month.

As you’re practicing the verse back and forth with your partner, I’ll be on the lookout for kids who are doing an AMAZING job. I’ll ask those kids to say the verse into the microphone. Then, I’ll give you three minutes to practice the memory verse. Practice can look different for different partners — you can try saying fast, slow, backwards, popcorn, eyes closed, or however you want.

In three minutes I’ll pick three kids who I think are doing a great job to share their progress with the whole room. Find a partner quickly and start practicing, because three minutes begins now!”

Memory Verse Activity

Game Setup – Dress for the DIRTY JOb you (Don’t) want

“Great job, everybody! You’ve all done such an amazing job this month learning the memory verse! Next month we begin a brand new series which means we’ll have a another chance to learn more about what God’s Word says.

It’s time for us to play our game and this game is going to dive into one of the coolest shows to ever come on TV called Dirty Jobs! In this show, the host goes to all kinds of different, gross, disgusting, and stinky jobs that people might have. In this game, you’re going to see the host of Dirty Jobs show up in an outfit that he needs to wear for his job. You’ll need to guess which job Mr. Mike Rowe, the Host, is about to go to by moving to the side of the room that represents your answer. Once you’ve all made your choice, we’ll reveal the answer by showing a clip from the TV show.

Everyone stand to your feet and let’s get ready to play ‘Dress For The Job You (Don’t) Want!’”

Game – Dress for the DIRTY JOb you (Don’t) want

Dismissal Movie Intro

“Great job during the game, Motion! Your parents will be here in just a few minutes to pick you up. Remember, if you brought your Bible today, you can show it to the leader at checkout for a prize.

Now, we’ve got one more movie to check out that’s going to show us more about how we can be on the lookout for things that need to be done. Take a look at the screen!”

Dismissal Movie

 


Motion Large Group Week of September 22

Dirty Jobs

Virtue: Initiative: Seeing what needs to be done and doing it.
Main Point: Stay focused on what needs to be done.
Bible Story:Nehemiah and Sanballat
Bible Passage: Nehemiah 2:19-20; 4,6
Memory Verse: “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord.” Colossians 3:23a, NIV

WELCOME

“Welcome to Motion and welcome to our series Dirty Jobs! This month, we’re learning how we can take initiative and what it means to DO, not just think, but actually DO the right thing. Let’s go ahead and take a look at our virtue this month, initiative, and see what’s up.
Initiative: Seeing what needs to be done and doing it.

This month we have a chance to look at an incredible man in the Bible named Nehemiah and how he took initiative to do something EXTRAORDINARY. Nehemiah’s done a lot to help the city start rebuilding, but this week, we’re going to hear that there were a few people who weren’t pleased about Nehemiah’s plan. Now Motion, put your hands together and help me welcome a special friend who’s going to help tell our Bible story. Help me welcome __________ to the stage!”

Bible Connect with Bible Communicator

Bible Story Video Intro

Bible Story Video

Bible Story Video Outro

Connect Questions Intro

“Nehemiah could have let himself be distracted by all of the things happening to him, but he stayed focused on what needed to be done, even when the people trying to distract him threatened to have him killed. YIKES! But Nehemiah knew that God sent him to do this job and no one could cause him to lose focus.

Now, it’s time for us to answer a few questions about today’s Bible story and the video we just watched. Circle around your eGroup leaders now!

First question: What things did Nehemiah’s enemies try to distract him with? Why didn’t those distractions work? Discuss that now.

(give kids one minute to answer the question)

Next question: What distracts you from doing the things you’re asked to do?

(give kids two minutes to answer the question)

Last question: What can do to limit the distractions in your life? What rules can you make for yourself to help you stay focused?”

(give kids two minutes to answer the question)

Worship Intro

“Great job, Motion! I heard some amazing answers coming from your eGroups. Now we’ve got the chance to stand to our feet and thank God for everything He’s done. We worship because God has given us SO MUCH and we owe so much to Him.

We’re going to sing, worship, and thank God for everything He’s given us. Everyone stand to your feet and let’s worship God by singing, ‘Undefeated.’”

Worship Song – Undefeated

Worship Song – Alive

Dismissal To eGroups

“Great job, Motion! Everybody stay standing because it’s time for us to head back to our eGroups. When I call your eGroup leaders’ name, you can follow them back to eGroup and gain a little wisdom yourself.”

(dismiss kids back to eGroups)

eGroups

VIP Welcome

“Welcome back from your eGroups, Motion! Before we continue, I want to take a moment and welcome our VIPs who are here with us for the first time today! Motion, help me welcome our VIPs!

(initiate applause)

If it’s your first time here, we consider you a VIP – a very important person! VIPs, turn your attention to the screen because I’ve got some special instructions just for you.

(refer to the screen)

This is a VIP lanyard. If you’re a VIP, you’re wearing this around your neck right now.

[VIP Slide – Lanyard]

When you leave Motion, you need to take that lanyard to the __________ tent called the Welcome Area.

[VIP Slide – Welcome Area]

Once you get to the Welcome Area, show them your lanyard and they will give you a gift!

[VIP Slide – Gift]

Let’s review.

[VIP Slide – All Combined]

VIP Lanyard + Welcome Area = Gift.

If you have any questions about where to go or what to do, just ask someone in an eKidz shirt and we’ll be more than happy to help you out!”

Bible Prize Info

“Now Motion, it’s time to talk about how we’re going to reward you for something I know a lot of you do every week — bringing your Bibles! It’s so important to bring your Bible to eKidz so you can have God’s Word in front of you. That way, you can circle important stories, memory verses, or wisdom you’ll learn about.

If you brought your own personal Bible from home, then you’ll be able to leave today with a prize. After your parents pick you up, you’ll show YOUR Bible to the leader who’s checking your tags at the door. IF you brought your Bible, you can choose from one of the prizes available. Bring a Bible, get a prize. How easy is that?

When I say, ‘Bring a Bible,’ you say, ‘Get a prize!’

Bring a Bible!

(wait for kids to respond)

If you didn’t bring a Bible today, then bring one next time! Each week you can get a prize for bringing your Bible.”

MEMORY VERSE ACTIVITY

“Now Motion, it’s time for us to work on this month’s memory verse! First, let’s take a look at it on the screen.

(refer to the memory verse slide on the screen)

Ok, let’s all say the verse. I’ll say it first, then we’ll say it together.

(say the memory verse, then say the memory verse with the kids)

We’re going to do an activity that’ll help you learn this month’s verse. In just a moment you’re going to find a partner and the two of you are going to read the verse to each other back and forth, but you’re gong to do it ‘popcorn style.’ That means you’ll say one word of the verse, then your partner will say the next word. You’ll go back and forth until you get to the end of the verse. When you finish, you’ll do it one more time, but this time, you’ll switch which word you say.

After you say it twice with a partner, we’ll do it one final time where the whole room will say it ‘popcorn style’ with me. For now, go ahead and find a partner and say twice. You’ve got two minutes. Go!

(give kids two minutes to find a partner and say their memory verse ‘popcorn style’ twice)

Great job! Everyone focus on me and let’s say the memory verse popcorn style.’ I’ll start! Whatever…

(say the memory verse popcorn style with the whole room)

Memory Verse Activity

Game Setup – Clean Sweep

“Great job, Motion! We’re getting closer and closer to memorizing this month’s verse! Now, it’s time for us to play this week’s game!

Today’s game will require everyone in the room to divide into two teams. I’ll then call one person from each team to the stage and those two people will compete against each other in a game called ‘Clean Sweep.’

The two people coming onto the stage will be given a broom and must use the broom to sweep dirt from their side of the stage to the other. The two sides of the stage will be marked off by a tape line on the ground and you’ll have 15 seconds to sweep as much dirt off the ground across the line as possible.

Now, it’s not going to be as easy as just sweeping, though. We’re going to tie a bandana around their eyes to make it impossible to see the dirt on the ground and they must rely on their team to shout out where they should go and when they should be sweeping. Teams will be giving directions while the people on stage sweep.

Take 20 seconds and divide into two large teams and move to different sides of the room. Once you’re divided, I’ll chose one person from each team to come up and compete.

Divide up now and let’s start playing, ‘Clean Sweep!’”

Game – Clean Sweep

Dismissal Movie Intro

“Great job during the game, Motion! Your parents will be here in just a few minutes to pick you up. Remember, if you brought your Bible today, you can show it to the leader at checkout for a prize.

Now, we’ve got one more movie to check out that’s going to show us more about how we can be on the lookout for things that need to be done. Take a look at the screen!”

Dismissal Movie