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Motion :: Week of November 24

COOPERATION: Working together to do more than you can do alone.
Series Memory Verse:“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor.” Ecclesiastes 4:9, (NIV)
Main Point: Work together to point others to Jesus. 
Bible Story: One Body but Many Parts | 1 Corinthians 12:12-27

Cooperation is a spiritual concept that originates with God. God created us to work together in community. Throughout the Bible, we see how God brought people together to accomplish something big for Him. When we work together, we reflect what Jesus envisioned for His followers. Our love for one another can point people to Him.

In 1 Corinthians 12:12-27,  Paul wrote to the church at Corinth about how the people who make up the Church are part of the Body of Christ. Paul talks about how God has given each of us a unique part to play as we share God’s love with others. When we cooperate, we can help others know more about Jesus.

JamSession_November_Episode4 from Elevation Church eKidz on Vimeo.

Work together to point people to Jesus. Our kids can learn how to be the church even at a young age. Just think about the impact they could have on the world when they realize that how they work together could impact a person’s relationship with Jesus.

At bedtime, read 1 Corinthians 12:12-27. Together, brainstorm a list of your family and friends and say something special or different about each one.

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Motion :: Week of November 17

COOPERATION: Working together to do more than you can do alone.
Series Memory Verse:“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor.” Ecclesiastes 4:9, (NIV)
Main Point: Work together to help someone in need. 
Bible Story: Jesus Heals the Paralytic / Four Friends | Luke 5:17-26

Cooperation is a spiritual concept that originates with God. God created us to work together in community. Throughout the Bible, we see how God brought people together to accomplish something big for Him. When we work together, we reflect what Jesus envisioned for His followers. Our love for one another can point people to Him.

In Luke 5:17-26, we discover a paralyzed man who just happened to have some really good friends. When His friends heard that Jesus was in town, they tried everything to get their friend to Jesus. In fact,  they cooperated, tore a hole in a roof, and dropped their friend down in front of Jesus while He was teaching. As a result of their faith and cooperation, a miracle happened.

JamSession_November_Episode3 from Elevation Church eKidz on Vimeo.

Work together to help someone in need. When we see others with needs that seem huge and overwhelming, we too often think they’re too big for us to help and end up doing nothing. However, if we cooperate with others to meet their need, we have a better chance making a difference in their life and point them to God.

As you’re driving this week, think about the needs you see in your community. Together, pray for that need and then choose a time for your family to work together to help meet it.

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Motion :: Week of November 10

COOPERATION: Working together to do more than you can do alone.
Series Memory Verse:“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor.” Ecclesiastes 4:9, (NIV)
Main Point: Work together to help someone succeed. 
Bible Story: Joshua Wins the Battle Over the Amalekites | Exodus 17:8-13

Cooperation is a spiritual concept that originates with God. God created us to work together in community. Throughout the Bible, we see how God brought people together to accomplish something big for Him. When we work together, we reflect what Jesus envisioned for His followers. Our love for one another can point people to Him.

In Exodus 17:8-13, Joshua was leading the Israelites in a fierce battle against the Amalekites. When Moses held up his staff, the Israelites were able to win the battle. When Moses got tired, Aaron and Hur came to the rescue and helped hold up his arms. The Israelites won the battle because of how they all cooperated together.

JamSession_November_Episode2 from Elevation Church eKidz on Vimeo.

Work together to help someone succeed. Just like Hur and Aaron, it’s important for a child to realize that working together isn’t just about doing something for yourself. You can work with other people to help them win at life too.

At dinner tonight, ask, “What is something HUGE you’d love to do for someone else? How can you get others to help you?”

Download this week’s Parent Cue card HERE.


Motion :: Week of November 3

COOPERATION: Working together to do more than you can do alone.
Series Memory Verse:“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor.” Ecclesiastes 4:9, (NIV)
Main Point:God wants us to work together.
Bible Story: Building the Tabernacle | Exodus 25:8-9; 28:1,3; 31:1-11; 35:21,25,34; 39:42-43

Cooperation is a spiritual concept that originates with God. God created us to work together in community. Throughout the Bible, we see how God brought people together to accomplish something big for Him. When we work together, we reflect what Jesus envisioned for His followers. Our love for one another can point people to Him.

In Exodus 28, 31, 35, and 39, the Israelites worked together to build the tabernacle, which would be a place for them to worship God. God chose people to work together because of how He gifted them. They combined their skills to create a beautiful place to worship God.

JamSession_November_Episode1 from Elevation Church eKidz on Vimeo.

God wants us to work together. Sometimes we think it would be better if we didn’t have
to rely on anyone else to get a job done, but this isn’t how God created us. God created us for community, to work together, and do more than we can do on our own. We hope that kids see the value in cooperation because cooperation starts with God.

At bedtime, read Exodus 39:42-43. Pray that God will help you find a way to work with others on a big job or problem you’ve seen recently.

Download this week’s Parent Cue card HERE.