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The Finders: Warehouse 110 – Week 4 #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: Jacob and Esau Reconcile, Genesis 33:1-11
Main Point: Teammates forgive

This week in Motion, we once again caught up with The Finders who now all seem to have individual agendas. Will they start to work together or will the mysterious Warehouse 110 continue to drive them apart? Find out in this week’s episode and teaching video.

In the episode, The Finders learned that the warehouse was once a spy headquarters as well, but that a spy who got angry and refused to forgive brought down the team. That’s why it’s important for teammates to forgive. We looked in the Bible at the story of when Jacob and Esau reconcile. They were brothers who spent much of their lives estranged but were eventually able to forgive each other and be reunited.

We should forgive because we have been forgiven. God forgave the great debt of sin that we owed him and our natural response is to be forgiving toward others. Talk with your family about opportunities they have to forgive and reinforce the importance to forgive others as a response to God’s forgiveness toward us.

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!


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!


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. 


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!


Hollywood Highlight Reel 2 – Week 4 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: Psalm 56:3-4a, “When I am afraid, I put my trust in you. In God, whose word I praise – in God I trust and am not afraid.”
Bible Story: Esther Helps Her People, Esther 2-8
Main Point: I have the courage to help others!

We wrapped up our Hollywood Highlight Reel 2 series this week by watching the Halloween special, Toy Story of Terror, and watching as Jessie has to muster up her courage and save Buzz, Woody, and the rest of her friends. They faced a scary, mysterious beast roaming the halls of the Sleep Well Motel but by facing her fear and taking action, Jessie was able to rescue her friends.

We then looked at a heroine from the Bible, Esther. Esther faced down a villain and risked her life in order to save all the Jews living in Persia. Inspired by her courage, we talked about ways that we can help our friends as well. As we go through life, we will face various things that may scare us, but when we remember that God is with us and embrace His courage, we can overcome our fear and live the life God has called us to.

Don’t forget we start a brand new series next week, The Finders in: Warehouse 110. Check out the promo below for a sneak peak of what’s coming! If your child attended Motion this past weekend, they also received a DVD to be used as an invite for this next series. Talk with your child about who they could invite and then encourage them to invite their friend to church – it’s  going to be a great series!