Table Talk I Week of February 29

Family life is busy, so being intentional with the time you do have is more important than ever. Table Talk helps mealtime matter — whether it’s at the soccer field, in the car, or around the table. Let this resource be a tool to connect your family and create faith-based conversations with your Quest and Motion children.




This weekend, we learned “John told people that Jesus is special.” John the Baptist knew who the best leader in the world was, and he spent his life teaching people how to follow Jesus. Jesus is still the best leader ever, and we can still choose to follow Him today!

To watch this week’s video with your child, download the Parent Cue app.

Question 1: God gave John a special job – to tell people He was sending someone very special. Was John supposed to tell people God was sending a superhero or the Savior? (the Savior)
Question 2: When he taught people to be more like Jesus, did John tell people to share with others and be happy with what they had, or did he tell them to keep everything for themselves and try to get more stuff? (He told them to share and to be happy with what they had.)
Question 3: What did John do to people when they wanted to show others God had forgiven them for the wrong things they did? (He baptized them.)




This weekend, we learned being a child of God comes with an eternal upgrade: we become heirs of God. He loves each of us so much that He treats us as His own children, and when we choose to follow God, we are able to live without fear, knowing we’ll spend eternity with Him.

To watch this week’s Loop Show video with your kid, click here.

Question 1: Does God love some people more than others, or does He love everyone the same amount?
Question 2: Romans 8:17 talks about an inheritance from God. What’s an inheritance?
Question 3: What do you think is the best thing about being a child of God?

This March in Quest :: What We’re Learning

There will be countless leaders that preschoolers could choose to follow, but we want them to know who the best leader is for them to follow —Jesus! By the end of this month, when we ask preschoolers, “Who can you follow?”, Our prayer is that they will answer, “I can follow Jesus.” Why? Because Jesus loves us, and He will always lead us in the best way.

Check out what your child will learn in Quest this month:


Watch each week’s video on the Parent Cue app with your child to help them remember that they can follow Jesus! If your child is in kindergarten,  select “Preschool” in the Grade category instead of “Kindergarten”when you set up their child’s profile, so you can access the First Look curriculum.

This March in Safari :: What We’re Learning

This month, we’re learning, “I can follow Jesus.” We’ll read “Fishermen Follow Jesus” in Matthew 4:18-22 to learn about the time Jesus began to tell people about God and how they can live for Him.

Jesus knew He had a lot of work to do, so He went to find some helpers. When Jesus saw some fishermen in a boat, He called out to them, “Come and follow me,” and right away, they left everything to follow Him. Just like the fishermen, we can follow Jesus, too. Jesus is the BEST leader, and He wants us to follow Him!

This weekend, your toddler made a Bible Story Mealtime Mat to help you remember that we can follow Jesus. Before each meal this week, point to the placemat and review the Bible story with your toddler:

  • Who do you see in the picture? (Jesus, the fishermen)
  • Did the fishermen stay in their boats or did they leave everything to follow Jesus? (they left everything to follow Jesus)
  • Can you follow Jesus? (yes)

Say, “Yes, that’s right! When Jesus asked the fishermen to leave their boats, they left everything they had to follow Him. Jesus wants us to follow Him, too! Who can follow Jesus?” Encourage your toddler to say, “I can follow Jesus!”

This March in Motion :: What We’re Learning

The adolescent mind is incredibly sharp, but it’s also incredibly fragile. We want to equip kids to face the struggles in their minds with strength and confidence. They’ll learn how to manage their attitudes and emotions, and they’ll practice how to respond to their inner critic in a godly way.

Here’s what your child will learn in Motion this month:


Check out The Loop Show channel on YouTube for each week’s video and fun bonus content featuring our favorite Loop Show hosts, Ricky and Jayme!

Curriculum from Life.Church

March Family Activities

Our March Family Activities page is available now, so click here to let the fun begin! Whether you have 20 minutes or two hours to spend with your kids this month, these fun activities — like book and snack ideas for Read Across America Day, game and activity suggestions for National Day of Unplugging, or tips and tricks for getting your kids in on the spring cleaning action — will help you embrace the season together!

eKidz Family Activities are a monthly collection of seasonally-themed crafts, recipes, and games your family can try out together. If you see one or two (or five!) that look fun for your family, click the link or scan the QR code in the document to be taken to that month’s Family Activities board on our Pinterest page (or visit the Pinterest board directly), where you’ll find links with detailed instructions for each activity.