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Hey Me – Week 2 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: Let all that I am praise the Lord; with my whole heart, I will praise his holy name. Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things he does for me. Psalm 103:1-2 (NLT)
Main Point: I will remember, God is in control.
Bible Story: The Plagues, Exodus 7-11
Psalm Focus: Psalm 90:2

Our series, called Hey Me, is all about remembering important truths about God. This week we learned that God is in control. When God’s people, the Israelites, were in slavery and it didn’t look like they would ever be free, God was in control. He moved mightily through The Plagues to set them free. When we face a challenging situation in our lives, we can remember that God is in control.

We’re excited about our first eKidz worship album, Undefeated, which is available on iTunes April 21st and available for pre-order now! During this series, we’re singing the bonus track off the album called Hey Me. Check out the music video here:

Bring It! Challenge: During Hey Me, remember to bring your Bible every week, practice your memory verse, and read the weekly devotionals. Download this week’s here.


Hey Me – Week 1 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: Let all that I am praise the Lord; with my whole heart, I will praise his holy name. Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things he does for me. Psalm 103:1-2 (NLT)
Main Point: I will remember, God is good.
Bible Story: Easter Story, John 3:16, Luke 23:32-47, Matthew 27:57-66; 28:1-9
Psalm Focus: Psalm 107:1

If you could send a message to your future-self 10 years from now, what would you say? What do you know about God today that you would want to make sure you don’t forget?

That’s what our brand new series, called Hey Me, is all about – remembering important truths about God. Check out the first episode here:

May we never forget that God is good and that he loves us. No day in history proves that more than Easter, and that’s what we celebrated this weekend.

We’re also really excited about our new eKidz album, Undefeated, available on iTunes April 21! Visit www.eKidzworship.com for more details.

This weekend, we unveiled the music video of Hey Me, which will be a bonus track on the album. Check it out here:

Bring It! Challenge: During Hey Me, remember to bring your Bible every week, practice your memory verse, and read the weekly devotionals. Download this week’s here.


Eliminator: The Game of Choices – Week 4 #Motion

Series Virtue: Wisdom – Finding out what you should do and doing it.
Series Memory Verse: Choose my instruction instead of silver, knowledge rather than choice gold. Proverbs 8:10
Main Point: If you want to be wise, think before you act.
Bible Story: Josiah Chose to Follow God, II Kings 22-23
Bonus Verse: Proverbs 22:3

Throughout our series “Eliminator,” we’ve been learning how to make wise choices in different areas of our lives. This week, we learned that if we want to be wise, we need to think before we act. Every choice has a series of consequences and we need to consider those before choosing. In our Bible story, young King Josiah considered the consequences of letting his people continue to worship false gods and instead, chose to bring his country back to God. In our lives, we need to do the same. We need to think about the consequences of the choices we make. A choice isn’t a singular point in time, it’s a path that we’re heading down. And if we keep that in mind, we’ll make wiser choices.

Prayer Time: Use this as a guide for prayer time this week: “Dear God, please help us consider the consequences of our choices so that we can make wise choices. Thank you for promising to give us wisdom. In Jesus’ name, amen.”

This week wraps up “Eliminator” but we are so excited about our brand new series beginning next week called “Hey Me!” You don’t want to miss it!


Eliminator: The Game of Choices – Week 3 #Motion

Series Virtue: Wisdom – Finding out what you should do and doing it.
Series Memory Verse: Choose my instruction instead of silver, knowledge rather than choice gold. Proverbs 8:10
Main Point: If you want to be wise, hang out with wise people.
Bible Story: Rehoboam Listens to the Unwise, I Kings 12:1-15a
Bonus Verse: Proverbs 13:20

Our series “Eliminator” has been all about making wise choices in the different areas of our lives. This week, we learned that if we want to be wise, we need to hang out with wise people. Our Bible story was Rehoboam and we saw how he had a choice of who to listen to – a wise group of advisors and an unwise group. Unfortunately, he chose to listen to the unwise group of advisors and it hurt his reign as king. In our lives, we get to choose what people we spend time with and we need to make sure we choose wise people and people who will make us more like Christ.

Prayer Time: Use this as a guide for prayer time this week: “Dear God, please help us choose our friends wisely. Surround us with people who help us become more like you. We love you. In Jesus’ name, amen.”

The Game of Choices Bring It! Challenge

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We are giving your child a choice for the Bring It! Challenge through The Game of Bring It! Choices. Each weekend by “bringing it” your child will get closer to reaching the Eliminator and the prize for the path they choose. They can fill up any path by collecting game board pieces for attending Motion, bringing their Bible, saying the memory verse, bringing a friend, and for completing a Home Choice question. Help your child remember to bring back their game board every week so they can continue to earn game pieces. Prizes will be awarded the last weekend of the series, March 28/29.


Eliminator: The Game of Choices – Week 2 #Motion

Series Virtue: Wisdom – Finding out what you should do and doing it.
Series Memory Verse: Choose my instruction instead of silver, knowledge rather than choice gold. Proverbs 8:10
Main Point: If you want to be wise, think before you speak.
Bible Story: Nehemiah Spoke Wisely, Nehemiah 2:1-9
Bonus Verse: Proverbs 12:18

During this series, we’re learning how to make wise choices. One of the most important areas where we need wisdom is our speech and if we want t one wise, we need to think before we speak. Nehemiah went before the king and had a choice of how he would speak – he could have grumbled, complained, or gotten angry, but instead, he chose to speak respectfully to the king and keep his emotions in check. In our lives, we always have a choice in how we speak as well and we need to remember Nehemiah’s example and think before we speak.

Prayer Time: Use this as a guide for prayer time this week: “Dear God, please give us wisdom in how we speak. Help us to think before we speak and honor you in the words that we say. We love you. In Jesus’ name, amen!”

The Game of Choices Bring It! Challenge

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We are giving your child a choice for the Bring It! Challenge through The Game of Bring It! Choices. Each weekend by “bringing it” your child will get closer to reaching the Eliminator and the prize for the path they choose. They can fill up any path by collecting game board pieces for attending Motion, bringing their Bible, saying the memory verse, bringing a friend, and for completing a Home Choice question. Help your child remember to bring back their game board every week so they can continue to earn game pieces. Prizes will be awarded the last weekend of the series, March 28/29.