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Motion :: Week of January 25

When we face choices we don’t feel prepared to make, God’s wisdom is already available to us. He will always help us make right choices when we slow down, ask for His help, and seek out the wisdom He’s given us in His Word.

This week, we tuned into the Loop Show and took a look at Proverbs 25:16, to learn that it’s always wise to know your limits — too much of a good thing can be foolish!

Honey is sweet and delicious, and when it comes to different types of sugar, it’s even relatively healthy! However, too much honey will make you sick. Our bodies aren’t made to process that much sugar easily. 

God wants us to know that it’s possible to have too much of something, even if it’s a good thing. We have to recognize and respect healthy limits. This doesn’t just apply to what we eat. It’s also important to consider how it affects the way we spend our time. Too much reading can be negative if it keeps you from spending time with real friends. Too much time in front of a screen can be negative if it keeps you from getting exercise. Too much of anything, even a good thing, isn’t wise!

At bedtime this week, read Proverbs 25:16 and pray together. Pray your child will walk in wisdom every day of their lives. Ask God to help them set a great example for everyone around them to follow.

Curriculum from Life.Church

Motion :: Week of January 18

When we face choices we don’t feel prepared to make, God’s wisdom is already available to us. He will always help us make right choices when we slow down, ask for His help, and seek out the wisdom He’s given us in His Word.

This week, we tuned into the Loop Show and took a look at Proverbs 14:16, to learn that being patient can be hard, but when we slow down and pause to think about what God would want us to do, we can make wise choices.


To “fear the Lord” doesn’t mean being afraid of Him. It means having a healthy respect for His power and His plans for us. When we fear the Lord, we choose to believe His way is best and do things His way. If we want to be wise and make right choices, it’s important to take the time to slow down and think carefully about what we’re doing before we do it. 

This verse also says, “a fool is hotheaded and yet feels secure.” It’s foolish for us to make careless choices and assume we’ll be okay. It’s not easy to be patient, but we can make wise choices by slowing down and pausing to think about what God would want us to do.

At bedtime this week, read Proverbs 14:46 and pray together. Ask God to help your child have patience as they wait for the time to be right for them to do everything God is planning for them. Pray they’ll learn to hear and follow God’s voice above all others.

Curriculum from Life.Church

Motion :: Week of January 11

When we face choices we don’t feel prepared to make, God’s wisdom is already available to us. He will always help us make right choices when we slow down, ask for His help, and seek out the wisdom He’s given us in His Word.

This week, we tuned into the Loop Show and took a look at Proverbs 3:6, to learn that we can find wisdom in God’s Word, the Bible!

We make so many choices every day, and it can sometimes seem overwhelming, wondering how we can make sure we make the right choices.

We can find godly wisdom woven all throughout the pages of the Bible, but the book of Proverbs is especially full of advice and helpful tips for how to live God’s way. Proverbs is a great place to look when you need godly wisdom.

At bedtime this week, read Proverbs 3:6 and pray together. Pray your child will crave wisdom because they understand it leads to a better life. Ask God to help them learn to hear and follow His voice above all others.

Curriculum from Life.Church

Motion :: Week of January 4

When we face choices we don’t feel prepared to make, God’s wisdom is already available to us. He will always help us make right choices when we slow down, ask for His help, and seek out the wisdom He’s given us in His Word.

This week, we tuned into the Loop Show and took a look at Proverbs 4:23, to learn about how God gives us wisdom by speaking to us through His Word, the Bible.

Your heart — who you really are inside and what you value — determines the way you think, speak, and act. That means you need to protect your heart carefully. You need to be careful about what goes into it if you only want good things to come out. 

We need a good filter that allows the right things to fill our hearts while keeping bad things out. God’s Word is the best filter for our hearts. When we spend time in our Bible, God speaks to us. He helps us understand good things that will strengthen and encourage us, and He helps us understand what we should avoid. 

At bedtime this week, read Proverbs 4:23 and pray together. Ask God to help your child guard their heart, filtering out every influence that isn’t coming from Him. Pray they’ll learn to hear and follow God’s voice above all others.

Curriculum from Life.Church