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Motion :: Week of October 12

During this series, we’ll help our kids talk about their fears by studying Psalm 55:22. It’s safe for kids to discuss their fears, even if they think they’re silly. Some of them may still worry about monsters under their beds. Some might still be afraid of thunder. Some are worried about their family’s finances. No matter what they’re afraid of — we want them to remember that God wants them to give their cares and worries to Him.

This week, we tuned into the Loop Show and took a look at Psalm 55:22 and 1 John 4:18 to learn how God can help us overcome our fear.

When we’re dealing with fear, the best thing we can do is give it to God. We can give our fears to God by talking to Him about them and choosing to believe He will give us the strength to overcome them.

This week, read Psalm 55:22 and 1 John 4:18 with your child. Then, pray together. Pray your child will put their worries and fears in God’s hands.  Help them see they can put an end to their “what if” questions because God is with them and they can trust Him.

 Curriculum from Life.Church

Motion :: Week of October 5

One of our biggest responsibilities and privileges as Christians is to share the gospel with others. There are many ways we can help spread the gospel around the world, and it’s important for us to continue looking for new and creative ways to show people who Jesus is. The truth we share will never change, but the way we share it can!

This week, we tuned into the Loop Show and took a look at Colossians 1:6, to learn about some tools we can use to spread the good news of Jesus all over the world.

When we talk about the gospel, we’re talking about the good news that Jesus is alive and His death and resurrection made a way for us to be in heaven with God forever! When we truly understand the awesomeness of that gift, we don’t want to keep it to ourselves; we want to share it with everyone we know.

At bedtime this week, read Colossians 1:6 and pray together. Pray your child overcome their fears by leaning on God for support. Help them realize they are strong as God is inside them!

 Curriculum from Life.Church

Motion :: Week of September 28

Kids are bombarded with so many deceitful messages about who they are and who they should be. They can only know the truth about who they were created to be by listening to God’s voice and by choosing to believe what He says about their identity in Him. God loves and values each of them, and He wants them to reflect His character to others, too!

This week, we tuned into the Loop Show, and took a look at Ephesians 1:4, to learn that the labels the world gives us are meaningless and the only opinion that matters is God’s. He took away all of our labels and has replaced them with being made in His image, called His valuable child.

At bedtime this week, read Ephesians 1:4 and pray together. Pray your child would realize the labels the world gives them are meaningless and they’d always remember who God says they are — bright, upgraded, valuable, and invited.

Curriculum from Life.Church


Motion :: Week of September 21

Kids are bombarded with so many deceitful messages about who they are and who they should be. They can only know the truth about who they were created to be by listening to God’s voice and by choosing to believe what He says about their identity in Him. God loves and values each of them, and He wants them to reflect His character to others, too!

This week, we tuned into the Loop Show to learn that we are valuable to God. We took a look at 1 Corinthians 4:3-4 to learn that God created us exactly the way we are and His opinion of us is the only one that matters.

It’s easy for us to look at our appearance, our talents, or our personalities and compare them to other people around us. Those comparisons can make us question how valuable we are. God created us exactly the way we are. The God who created us is the only One who can judge us. He values us, so we can be confident that we are truly valuable.

At bedtime this week, read 1 Corinthians 4:3-4 and pray together. Pray your child would throw away the world’s lies and focus on God’s identity for them – they are valuable! Pray they’d realize the Lord’spower and promise through Jesus Christ’s sacrifice to prove they are important.

Curriculum from Life.Church


Motion :: Week of September 14

Kids are bombarded with so many deceitful messages about who they are and who they should be. They can only know the truth about who they were created to be by listening to God’s voice and by choosing to believe what He says about their identity in Him. God loves and values each of them, and He wants them to reflect His character to others, too!

This week, we tuned into the Loop Show to learn what it means to be a child of God. We took a look at Romans 8:17 to learn about the inheritance God promises to everyone who chooses to trust and follow Him.

When Jesus died, He left us something worth more than anything a person could leave us. He made a way for us to be with God forever. The Bible doesn’t promise life will be easy when we join God’s family and follow Him, but we can be sure it will be worth it when we receive our inheritance.

At bedtime this week, read Ephesians 5:8 and pray together. Pray your child would accept their role as a child of God. Pray that they keep the goal of Heaven in mind as the world fights against them.

Curriculum from Life.Church