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Wonder! Clubhouse Building Together – Week 1 #Quest

Bible Story: David and Jonathan  |  1 Samuel 18:1-4
Main Point: God gives me good friends to have fun with!
Memory Verse: Therefore encourage one another and build each other up. – 1 Thessalonians 5:11

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Lesson Overview
Friends do lots of fun things together. We eat together and play together. Friends take care of one another, help one another, and praise God together, too! God gave us a very precious gift when He gave us the gift of friendship. David and Jonathan’s story is one of the greatest friendship stories every told and teaches us all what friendship is all about. When we have friends with whom we can do life, we are better together!

We heard a story from our neighbor, Carrie. It was about two friends named David and Jonathan! David and Jonathan did everything together, and were each other’s favorite person. They shared everything they had with each other because they both wanted to honor God with their friendship. God is so great He gave David and Jonathan a friendship, and he gives us friendships, too! Just like David and Jonathan were friends and had fun, God gives us friends to have fun and play with, too!

Building Together
Each weekend children visit Quest during this 5 week series they can collect main point tools to add to their Building Together poster. These tools will help remind them God gives us friends to build up and encourage. Children can collect five tools and bring their poster back to Quest to receive a special prize.

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Memory Verse – 1 Thessalonians 5:11
Join us in helping your child learn our memory verse, 1 Thessalonians 5:11. Children can recite this verse every week throughout the series to earn bonus tools for their Building Together poster.

Therefore (point out)
encourage one another (two thumbs up)
and build each other up. (push palms up to sky)
1 Thessalonians 5:11 (open hands like a book)

Knowing this verse helps children remember to encourage their friends! Help your child practice this verse at home. Then ask them to Remember, Think, and Follow to review what we learned this weekend.

1 REMEMBER: Who was David’s best friend? (Jonathan)
2 THINK: What kind of things did David and Jonathan’s do together? (Laugh, eat, tell each other secrets.)
3 FOLLOW: Can we follow David and Jonathan’s example by having fun with the friends God gave us? (Yes!)


Star Search – Week 1 #Motion

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Series Memory Verse: James 4:17, “If anyone, then, knows the good they ought to do and doesn’t do it, it is sin for them.”
Main Point: If you want to stand up for what’s right, listen to someone who listens to God.
Bible Story: Daniel is Trained in Babylon, Daniel 1

This week we began a brand new series called Star Search. We followed Rosie of The Finders and saw that the rec center where she has an after school job is hosting auditions for the TV talent show Star Search. Check out the first episode here:

Rosie is considering trying out for Star Search but has two different voices in her life. Her friend Tyson seems encouraging but Tiffany, the girl she met at the dance studio, seems to think some significant changes are needed if Rosie wants to have a chance at the audition.

In our lives, we have a lot of different voices speaking to us too. We have to choose who we listen to. Some will help us grow in our relationship with God, others will hurt us. In Star Search, we’ll have to see which voices Rosie listens to the most. Talk with your family about the voices in their lives and pray for the wisdom to discern God’s truth in every scenario.

Come back next week to see the next episode of Rosie’s adventure in Star Search


Star Search Memory Verse Backgrounds #Motion

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Conviction means to stand up for what’s right, even when others don’t. The best place to find out how to show conviction is God’s Word. Showing conviction might be difficult at times, but James 4:17 encourages us to keep going even when we’re tired of standing up and doing what is right.

If anyone, then, knows the good they ought to do and doesn’t do it, it is sin for them.
James 4:17

When you know what God says, it makes it easier to figure out when and how you should stand for what’s right. During the Star Search Bring It! Challenge kids have an opportunity to be rewarded for practicing standing for what is right. Kids can earn stars by learning about what the Bible says about conviction and applying it to their lives.  Use the smart phone or computer memory verse backgrounds and join us to help your family learn James 4:17.


Wonder! Clubhouse: Building Together Memory – Verse Backgrounds – #Quest

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God commands us to love one another just as He loves us and He loves us a lot! God loved us so much He sent Jesus to be the Savior of the world. God created us to love and we can use that love to share life with our neighbors and worship God together! 

Therefore (point out)
encourage one another (two thumbs up)
and build each other up. (push palms up to sky)
1 Thessalonians 5:11 (open hands like a book)

Use the smart phone or computer memory verse backgrounds and join us to help your family learn 1 Thessalonians 5:11. Children can recite this verse each weekend to receive an additional tool for their Building Together poster!


Wonder! Clubhouse My Neighborhood – Week 5 #Quest

Bible Story: David Sings to God | Psalm 8:1, 3-5; 19:1-6; 139; 145:1-13
Main Point: I can love God by worshipping Him!
Memory Verse: Love the Lord your God with all your heart. Love your neighbor as yourself. Matthew 22:37-39

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Lesson Overview

We had a Praise Party in Quest and learned I can love God by worshipping Him! We  worshipped God together by singing, dancing, and praising Him as we worshipped to songs from our new album from Elevation Worship Kids called One In A Million

We also heard a Bible story about a man named David who praised God by singing Him songs. David wrote these songs down in the Bible and we can read them in the book of Psalms.

Not only did David love God and sing songs to Him, he told us how we can worship God any time we want to! We can worship God in the car, we can worship God with our friends, and we can worship God by singing.

Memory Verse – Matthew 22:37-39
Throughout April, Quest children learned Matthew 22:37-39. Continue to review this verse with your child at home!

Love (hug self)
the Lord your God (point up)
with all your heart. (place both hands over heart)
Love (hug self)
your neighbor (point out)
as yourself. (thumbs to chest)
Matthew 22:37-39 (open hands like a book)

Knowing this verse helps children remember that we should follow Jesus. After reviewing the verse with your child, ask them to Remember, Think, and Follow to help them think about what we learned this weekend.

1 REMEMBER: How did David like to worship God? (By singing!)
2 THINK: Where in the Bible can you find the songs David wrote? (The book of Psalms.)
3 FOLLOW: How can we follow tDavid’s example? (We can show love to God by worshiping Him!)