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Help Your Family Learn About Jesus At Home :: Week of December 29

We hope you had a good Christmas with your family! Even though we don’t have worship experiences this weekend, you can still spend time together learning about Jesus at home. While you’re enjoying the holidays with your family, you can watch this week’s video and discuss the lesson together. We’ll miss seeing you and your family at church this week, but we can’t wait to see you next week!

We’d love to see you at Praise Party on Monday, December 31st! Start making arrangements now for childcare so you can plan to join us. If you’re unable to make it to a physical location, we’d love to have you join online at elevationonline.org.

 

SAFARI TODDLERS

 

QUEST: 3 YEARS – KINDERGARTEN

 

MOTION: 1ST – 5TH GRADE


eKidz Snow Day :: Help Your Family Learn about Jesus at Home

Although we aren’t having worship experiences at many of our Elevation locations this weekend due to inclement weather, you don’t have to worry about your child missing this week’s lesson in eKidz. While you’re snuggled up indoors, you can watch this week’s video and discuss the lesson together. We’ll miss seeing you and your family at church this Sunday, but we can’t wait to see you next week!

SAFARI TODDLERS

 

QUEST: 3 YEARS – KINDERGARTEN

 

MOTION: 1ST – 5TH GRADE


November in eKidz

Monthly Focus

I can give thanks to God.

Memory Verse

“Always give thanks to God.” Ephesians 5:20 (NCV)

Prayer

Dear God, thank You so much for everything You give us and all You do for us. As my child grows up,
help them remember to always give You thanks.
We love You! Amen.”

Monthly Focus

I can give thanks to God.

Memory Verse

Always (spread arms wide)
give thanks (move hand away from chin)
to God.” (point up with pointer fingers)
Ephesians 5:20 (open hands like a book)

Bible Story

Ten Lepers
Luke 17:11-19

3 YEARS – KINDERGARTEN

Series Overview

When we stop and think about it, we are surrounded by helpers who deserve a big thank you for all the ways they help us. They are making the world we live in a better place. When we grow up with eyes that see the helpers and a heart that is thankful, no matter how grown up you are, thankfulness goes a long way.

MEMORY VERSE

“Always (stretch your arms out wide)
give thanks (move hand down from chin)
to God.” (point both index fingers straight up in the air)
Ephesians 5:20, NCV (open your hands like a book)

1st – 5th GRADE

Series Overview

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.

Virtue: Cooperation

Working together to do more than you can do alone.

Memory Verse

“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor.” Ecclesiastes 4:9, NIV


October in eKidz

Monthly Focus

I can trust God.

Memory Verse

“I trust in you, my God!” Psalm 25:2a (NLT)

Prayer

“Dear God, thank You so much for loving us. As this baby grows up, help them know they can trust You
no matter what. We love You and trust You. We We love You. Amen.”

Monthly Focus

I can trust God.

Memory Verse

“I trust (point to self)
in you, (point up with pointer fingers)
my God!” (hug self)
Psalm 25:2a (open hands like a book)

Bible Story

Daniel and the Lions
Daniel 6

3 YEARS – KINDERGARTEN

Series Overview

All of us, children and grown-ups alike, will sometimes come up against things we just can’t do. Maybe we don’t have what it takes to makes things better. It could also be that we don’t have the answers, energy, wisdom, patience, solution, or way out of a situation.

But, we do know the One who does. And, when you know the One who does, there’s no need to worry. God’s got it. That’s what we’re talking about this month. We don’t need to worry, be afraid, or feel alone. God’s got it!

MEMORY VERSE

“God (point both hands straight up)
is with you (point out to a friend)
wherever (wave hands in a circle)
you go.” (march in place)
Joshua 1:9, NLT (open your hands like a book)

1st – 5th GRADE

Series Overview

Everything we have comes from God. He is faithful to provide what we need. And even more than things we can own, God also provides what we need to face whatever happens in our lives. God has proven time and again, that we can trust Him no matter what. So we could choose to complain or become jealous of what others have, or we can choose to respond with contentment, knowing God has a plan for our lives.

Virtue: Contentment

Deciding to be okay with what you have.

Memory Verse

“Those who seek the Lord lack no good thing.” Psalm 34:10b, NIV