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Quest :: Week of June 15


Feeling like we can do anything is a pretty great feeling. We have a power source that gives us the power to do everything God wants us to do. His name is Jesus. And, He is AMAZING! Over the next two months, we’re going to power up and learn about the fruit of the Spirit what happens when we are connected to the real power source.

This weekend, we learned about the time Jesus told a story about birds and flowers to show us that we don’t have to worry.

Grab a battery operated game for your child to play as you drive. Ask, “What gives your game power?” Say, “Yes, batteries give your game power.” Ask, “Who gives you the power to do everything?” Say, “Jesus gives me the power to do everything!”


Quest :: Week of June 8


Feeling like we can do anything is a pretty great feeling. We have a power source that gives us the power to do everything God wants us to do. His name is Jesus. And, He is AMAZING! Over the next two months, we’re going to power up and learn about the fruit of the Spirit what happens when we are connected to the real power source.

This weekend, Paul and Silas showed us that we can have joy — even when we face hard times.

As you drive, take turns saying, “Jesus gives me the power to [action word].” When you get where you’re going, say together, “Jesus gives me the power to do everything!” Example action words: love, help, run, smile, hug, clean my room, forgive, wash dishes, walk my dog, etc.


Quest :: Week of June 1


Feeling like we can do anything is a pretty great feeling. We have a power source that gives us the power to do everything God wants us to do. His name is Jesus. And, He is AMAZING! Over the next two months, we’re going to power up and learn about the fruit of the Spirit what happens when we are connected to the real power source.

This weekend, we learned that when Jesus is our friend, He gives us the power to love others the way He loves us.

Cuddle with your child and pray, “Dear God, we want to love people the way Jesus loves us. Sometimes that’s hard, especially when people aren’t nice to us. Thank You for giving us the power to love, no matter what. In Jesus’ name, amen.


Quest :: Week of May 25



What would you do if you were assigned a huge building project to manage? Or told to step into the leadership role for an entire nation where every person would depend on you to make the right decisions? How about helping someone else accomplish a big job where you’re not going to get much recognition? Or, do the one thing you would be most afraid of doing, while everyone you know watches?

All of these are pretty big things and would intimidate most of us. However, God can help us do really big things. When our preschoolers are faced with big things, we want them to remember to hop to it, because God will help them.

In this week’s lesson, David chose to be brave and fight Goliath because he knew God was with him.

Cuddle with your child and pray, “Dear God, You are so powerful. Your love is SO big. That’s why we don’t ever have to be afraid. Your power and love is always with us, helping us be brave and do big things. We love You, God. In Jesus’ name, amen.”

Download this week’s Parent Cue card HERE.


Quest :: Week of May 18



What would you do if you were assigned a huge building project to manage? Or told to step into the leadership role for an entire nation where every person would depend on you to make the right decisions? How about helping someone else accomplish a big job where you’re not going to get much recognition? Or, do the one thing you would be most afraid of doing, while everyone you know watches?

All of these are pretty big things and would intimidate most of us. However, God can help us do really big things. When our preschoolers are faced with big things, we want them to remember to hop to it, because God will help them.

In this week’s lesson, Aaron and Hur helped Moses hold his arms up so the Israelites could win the battle. 

Ask your child to help you with something this week, such as cooking, completing puzzles, or picking flowers for your home. While your child helps you, talk about how Aaron helped his brother, Moses. God helps us help others, and that’s a big thing!

Download this week’s Parent Cue card HERE.