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Quest :: Week of June 2

Monthly Focus: What tells you which way to go(The Bible tells me which way to go.)
Bible Story: The Bible Shows the Way ● Psalm 119:105
Main Point: The Bible shows me the way.
Memory Verse:  “Show me the right path, O Lord; point out the road for me to follow.” Psalm 25:4 (NLT)

Have you ever used a compass to show you which way to go? They’re great for helping you on a hike, but not as great when we’re trying to figure out which way to go in life. We need the Bible for that. The Bible tells us which way to go.

In this week’s lesson, we learned that God’s Word shows us the way to go.

The Bible shows me the way. Whenever we don’t know which way to go, we can look to the Bible to show us the way.


JUNE MEMORY VERSE
This month our Bible verse tells us God shows us the right way to live. We can learn about His way to live by reading the Bible.

Children can recite the verse every week in June to earn a special memory verse card. When your child receives a memory verse card, celebrate with them on learning their verse and put the card on their Quest poster.

“Show me the right path, (circle hands around eyes)
O Lord; (point up with pointer fingers)
point out the road (point down with pointer fingers)
for me to follow.” (march in place)
Psalm 25:4, NLT  (open hands like a book)

Practice this verse together and encourage your child to recite it to their eGroup Leader this week in Quest.


Quest :: Week of May 26

Monthly Focus: Who has a plan for you? (God has a plan for me.)
Bible Story: Joseph Forgives ● Genesis 42-45; Psalm 16:11
Main Point: God’s plan is always best.
Memory Verse: “Go and make disciples of all nations.’ Matthew 28:19, NIV

We see other works of art every day that have a Maker and a plan. We pass them on the street, at work, and every Sunday they play around our feet. Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Yes, people! People are God’s works of art. He is our maker. And, He has a plan for each of us, because He made us and loves us.

In this week’s lesson, Joseph forgives his brothers.

God’s plan is always the best plan. It was the best plan for Joseph even when all that crazy stuff was happening. And God’s plan is the best plan for each one of us, too. He made us and LOVES us so much. 

WORK OF ART COLORING PAGES

Have some fun with your family with these Work of Art coloring pages! Who in your family is the best artist?

Work of Art Coloring Pages Set 1

Work of Art Coloring Pages Set 2

Work of Art Coloring Pages Set 3


Quest :: Week of May 19

Monthly Focus: Who has a plan for you? (God has a plan for me.)
Bible Story: Jospeh Saves The Grain  ●  Genesis 41
Main Point: I am part of God’s plan.
Memory Verse: “Go and make disciples of all nations.’ Matthew 28:19, NIV

We see other works of art every day that have a Maker and a plan. We pass them on the street, at work, and every Sunday they play around our feet. Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Yes, people! People are God’s works of art. He is our maker. And, He has a plan for each of us, because He made us and loves us.

In this week’s lesson, Joseph tells Pharaoh (the king) what his dream means and Pharaoh puts Joseph in charge of helping save the food.

After so many crazy things happened to Joseph, God helped Joseph understand Pharaoh’s dreams. Because of that, Joseph was able to save all those people! All of the hard stuff that happened to Joseph was all part of God’s plan. And God has a plan for you, too! YOU are a part of God’s plan. 


MAY MEMORY VERSE
This month our Bible verse tells us God has a great plan for us!

Children can recite the verse every week in May to earn a special memory verse card. When your child receives a memory verse card, celebrate with them on learning their verse and put the card on their Quest poster.

“The plans (hold up fingers 1, 2, then 3)
of the Lord (point both fingers up)
stand firm forever.” (stand feet wide with hands on hips)
Psalm 33:11 (open hands like a book)

Practice this verse together and encourage your child to recite it to their eGroup Leader this week in Quest.

 

WORK OF ART COLORING PAGES

Have some fun with your family with these Work of Art coloring pages! Who in your family is the best artist?

Work of Art Coloring Pages Set 1

Work of Art Coloring Pages Set 2

Work of Art Coloring Pages Set 3


Quest :: Week of May 12

Monthly Focus: Who has a plan for you? (God has a plan for me.)
Bible Story: Jospeh In Jail  ●  Genesis 39-40
Main Point: I can trust God’s plan even when it’s hard.
Memory Verse: “Go and make disciples of all nations.’ Matthew 28:19, NIV

We see other works of art every day that have a Maker and a plan. We pass them on the street, at work, and every Sunday they play around our feet. Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Yes, people! People are God’s works of art. He is our maker. And, He has a plan for each of us, because He made us and loves us.

In this week’s lesson, Joseph is put in jail for something he didn’t do yet continues to trust that God has a plan for him.

Joseph was thrown in jail! Can you believe it? But you know what? Joseph chose to still trust God and believe that God had a plan for him. Joseph knew he could trust God’s plan, even when it was hard. And so can we! 

Every day, we may face tough situations. God doesn’t promise us everything will always be easy, but He does promise that He has great plans to do good things for us.

MAY MEMORY VERSE
This month our Bible verse tells us God has a great plan for us!

Children can recite the verse every week in May to earn a special memory verse card. When your child receives a memory verse card, celebrate with them on learning their verse and put the card on their Quest poster.

“The plans (hold up fingers 1, 2, then 3)
of the Lord (point both fingers up)
stand firm forever.” (stand feet wide with hands on hips)
Psalm 33:11 (open hands like a book)

Practice this verse together and encourage your child to recite it to their eGroup Leader this week in Quest.


Quest :: Week of May 5

Monthly Focus: Who has a plan for you? (God has a plan for me.)
Bible Story: Jospeh Gets A Coat and Goes to Egypt  ● Genesis 37; Jeremiah 1:5
Main Point: God has a plan for me.
Memory Verse: “Go and make disciples of all nations.’ Matthew 28:19, NIV

We see other works of art every day that have a Maker and a plan. We pass them on the street, at work, and every Sunday they play around our feet. Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Yes, people! People are God’s works of art. He is our maker. And, He has a plan for each of us, because He made us and loves us.

In this week’s lesson, God is with Joseph when his older brothers get mad and send him to Egypt.

Joseph had no idea where he was going. But you know what? God knew! God was with Joseph, and He had a special plan for him. He loved Joseph very much. God has a special plan for each one of us, too!

Even when things don’t seem to go the way we want them to, we can choose to remember that God has a great plan for us. When we remember that, we can choose to have a cheerful attitude even if the situation is tough. God’s big plan for us is like a great work of art; it will be beautiful when it’s finished!

MAY MEMORY VERSE
This month our Bible verse tells us God has a great plan for us!

Children can recite the verse every week in May to earn a special memory verse card. When your child receives a memory verse card, celebrate with them on learning their verse and put the card on their Quest poster.

“The plans (hold up fingers 1, 2, then 3)
of the Lord (point both fingers up)
stand firm forever.” (stand feet wide with hands on hips)
Psalm 33:11 (open hands like a book)

Practice this verse together and encourage your child to recite it to their eGroup Leader this week in Quest.