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Motion: Week of July 1

Uniqueness: Discovering who God made you to be so you can make a difference.
Series Memory Verse: “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 2:10 (NIV)
Main Point: God made you to be you.
Bible Story: David and Saul’s Armor | 1 Samuel 17

Every person on earth is unique. We have distinct DNA, personalities, experiences, and relationships that make us different from each other. This makes us uniquely wired and wonderfully made. Because we are uniquely made in God’s image, it’s important for kids to discover more about what that means for them — how they can use their unique traits, gifts, and talents to serve and bring glory to God.

We kick off the month in 1 Samuel 17 and rediscover the familiar story of David and Goliath. David was the newly anointed king of Israel. He saw that Goliath was bullying God’s people, and he knew that God would help him defeat the giant. Instead of wearing the typical armor, he decided to use what God gave him through his experience as a shepherd. With a rock and a sling, he knocked Goliath to the ground and defeated the Philistines.

God made you to be you. God uniquely made each and every one of us. On top of that, God’s given us unique experiences that we can use to help others. Our unique story can impact the world for God!

The Bring It! Challenge
We want kids to Bring It! to church. The Bring It! Challenge encourages Motion kids to bring themselves, their Bible, and scripture they’ve learned to Motion. Not only can kids be rewarded for bringing it, but the Bring It! Challenge is a fun way to grow and learn more about God and how He wants us to live.

During Gadgets and Gizmos, kids can earn fun prizes each week. Kids have to do all three of the following to earn  a prize:

  • FINDING Ephesians 2:10 in their Bible.
  • RECITING Ephesians 2:10 from memory.
  • SAYING the series virtue, UNIQUENESS, from memory. (UNIQUENESS: Discovering who God made you to be so you can make a difference.)

Bring It! Challenge


Motion :: Week of June 24

Creativity: Imagining what you could do because you are made in God’s image.
Series Memory Verse: “I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.” Psalm 139:14 (NIV)
Main Point: God made you to imagine.
Bible Story: Adam’s First Job | Genesis 2:19-20

From the opening pages of Scripture, we encounter God’s creativity in action. But God is not finished creating! He created people in His image to take care and develop His magnificent creation. Humans are unique in that we reflect God in how we interact with each other and the world around us. That interaction includes God’s creativity. We may not form mountains and oceans, but we create art and music, build cities, solve problems, and innovate technology—all of which starts with the creativity God has placed in us.

In Genesis 2:19-20, we get a glimpse into life for Adam in the garden. One of the first tasks as caretaker of the garden was to name the animals. What a fun job for Adam to imagine the names for the creatures as they passed. Adam’s imagination would be crucial for take care of his responsibility of God’s world.

Gadgets and Gizmos | Adam’s First Job (Week 3) from Elevation Church eKidz on Vimeo.

God made you to imagine. Adam’s job of taking care of the earth has become our job. We need our God-given imagination to solve problems, help people, and create whatever is necessary to fulfill our responsibilities. Imagination is more than creating art and music, but is something God has given us to make a difference in the world.

The Bring It! Challenge
We want kids to Bring It! to church. The Bring It! Challenge encourages Motion kids to bring themselves, their Bible, and scripture they’ve learned to Motion. Not only can kids be rewarded for bringing it, but the Bring It! Challenge is a fun way to grow and learn more about God and how He wants us to live.

During Gadgets and Gizmos, kids can earn fun prizes each week. Kids have to do all three of the following to earn  a prize:

  • FINDING Psalm 139:14 in their Bible.
  • RECITINGPsalm 139:14 from memory.
  • SAYING the series virtue, CREATIVITY, from memory. (CREATIVITY: Imagining what you could do because you are made in God’s image.)

Motion :: Week of June 17

Creativity: Imagining what you could do because you are made in God’s image.
Series Memory Verse: “I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.” Psalm 139:14 (NIV)
Main Point: God made you.
Bible Story: Creation Story: Adam & Eve | Genesis 1:26 – 2:25

From the opening pages of Scripture, we encounter God’s creativity in action. But God is not finished creating! He created people in His image to take care and develop His magnificent creation. Humans are unique in that we reflect God in how we interact with each other and the world around us. That interaction includes God’s creativity. We may not form mountains and oceans, but we create art and music, build cities, solve problems, and innovate technology—all of which starts with the creativity God has placed in us.

In Genesis 1:26–2:25, we take a closer look at how God created Adam and Eve. God wanted to fill the earth He created with His image, so He formed Adam from the dust of the ground, and formed Eve with Adam’s rib. He created people to bring Him glory as they cared for and developed the earth.

Gadgets and Gizmos | Adam and Eve (Week 2) from Elevation Church eKidz on Vimeo.

God made each one of us. This is not something to take lightly. Out of everything God could have done, He created each and every person on the planet to be like Him as they interact with each other and with the world. Because God made us, we have value beyond what we do because of who they are as God’s child.

The Bring It! Challenge
We want kids to Bring It! to church. The Bring It! Challenge encourages Motion kids to bring themselves, their Bible, and scripture they’ve learned to Motion. Not only can kids be rewarded for bringing it, but the Bring It! Challenge is a fun way to grow and learn more about God and how He wants us to live.

During Gadgets and Gizmos, kids can earn fun prizes each week. Kids have to do all three of the following to earn  a prize:

  • FINDING Psalm 139:14 in their Bible.
  • RECITINGPsalm 139:14 from memory.
  • SAYING the series virtue, CREATIVITY, from memory. (CREATIVITY: Imagining what you could do because you are made in God’s image.)

Motion :: Week of June 10

Creativity: Imagining what you could do because you are made in God’s image.
Series Memory Verse: “I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.” Psalm 139:14 (NIV)
Main Point: God made everything.
Bible Story: Creation Story: Days 1-5 | Genesis 1:1-25

From the opening pages of Scripture, we encounter God’s creativity in action. But God is not finished creating! He created people in His image to take care and develop His magnificent creation. Humans are unique in that we reflect God in how we interact with each other and the world around us. That interaction includes God’s creativity. We may not form mountains and oceans, but we create art and music, build cities, solve problems, and innovate technology—all of which starts with the creativity God has placed in us.

We kick off the month in Genesis 1:1-25 and look at the beginning. As we look around at the world around us we see the moon and stars, the plants and animals, we can’t help but see the creative beauty in God’s creation. He is the Master Artist and Sculptor. Everything in this world is intricately designed and points to God’s fingerprints in creation.

Gadgets and Gizmos | Creation Story from Elevation Church eKidz on Vimeo.

God made everything. When we see how God created the world around us, we see who we are in light of His grandeur and majesty. God created us apart from the rest of creation when He created us in His image, and when we create, we reflect His image to the world around us.

The Bring It! Challenge
We want kids to Bring It! to church. The Bring It! Challenge encourages Motion kids to bring themselves, their Bible, and scripture they’ve learned to Motion. Not only can kids be rewarded for bringing it, but the Bring It! Challenge is a fun way to grow and learn more about God and how He wants us to live.

During Gadgets and Gizmos, kids can earn fun prizes each week. Kids have to do all three of the following to earn  a prize:

  • FINDING Psalm 139:14 in their Bible.
  • RECITINGPsalm 139:14 from memory.
  • SAYING the series virtue, CREATIVITY, from memory. (CREATIVITY: Imagining what you could do because you are made in God’s image.)

Motion :: Week of June 3

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COOPERATION: Working together to do more than you can do alone.
Series Memory Verse: “Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do.” Ecclesiastes 4:9 (NIrV)
Main Point: We can work together to change someone’s life.
Bible Story: Jesus Heals a Paralyzed Man | Luke 5:17-2

It’s the final episode of Finders VI: The Case of Camp Jupiter! Who’s behind the helmet, what has Elemental Building Co. been up to, and will The Finders can finally begin cooperating to solve these problems together? 

In our eGroups we looked again at the Bible story from Luke 5:17-26 of Jesus healing a paralyzed man. Because the paralyzed man’s friends were willing to work together, and then keeping working together even when their first plan didn’t work, their friend made it to Jesus and was healed! When we are willing to work together with others, we can change someone else’s life, too.

When you choose to work together, you can see God do great things through us. This week, ask your child to share one thing he or she learned during this series about why it’s important to cooperate with others. Pray and thank God for your child and for opportunities to show cooperation:

“God, thank You for giving each of us the privilege of working together to show Your love to the people around us. Help us look for ways to cooperate with others so we can have a bigger impact on other people’s lives. Thank You for giving us friends and family to help us do more than we could do alone. We love You. In Jesus’ name, amen.”