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Quest :: Week of July 15

Monthly Focus: Who can do what God wants you to do? (I can do what God wants me to do.)
Bible Story: Young King Josiah | 2 Chronicles 34
Main Point: I can do what’s right.
Memory Verse: God made us to do good works.” Ephesians 2:10 (NCV)

Kids Rock! This summer we’re continuing to learn about people in the Bible who did amazing things while they were still kids. They rocked because they did what God told them to do, and our children can obey God and do great things, too!

In this week’s lesson, Josiah becomes king at just eight years old and leads the people to do what God wants them to.

Josiah was only eight years old when he became king, but he still chose to obey God and do the right thing. Kids can make the choice to do the right thing every time, because kids ROCK!

June and July Memory Verse
This month our Bible verse says our God made us to do good things. Kids don’t have to wait until they’re grown up to do what God wants them to do; them can start now!

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.

God made (point both hands up)
us to do (point to yourself)
good works. (thumbs up)
Ephesians 2:10, NCV (open hands like a book)

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


Motion :: Week of July 15

Uniqueness: Discovering who God made you to be so you can make a difference.
Series Memory Verse: “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 2:10 (NIV)
Main Point: God made you to follow Jesus.
Bible Story: Philip and the Ethiopian Official | Acts 8:26-40

Every person on earth is unique. We have distinct DNA, personalities, experiences, and relationships that make us different from each other. This makes us uniquely wired and wonderfully made. Because we are uniquely made in God’s image, it’s important for kids to discover more about what that means for them — how they can use their unique traits, gifts, and talents to serve and bring glory to God.

In Acts 8:26-40; we learn more about an encounter between Philip and an official from Ethiopia. As the Ethiopian searched God’s word and had questions about faith, Philip pointed him in the right direction, and showed him that Jesus was the answer to those prophesies from long ago.

God made you to follow Jesus. God wants to have a relationship with us and made a way for that to happen through Jesus. No matter who they are or what they’ve done, God made kids to have a relationship with Him when they believe in Jesus.

The Bring It! Challenge
We want kids to Bring It! to church. The Bring It! Challenge encourages Motion kids to bring themselves, their Bible, and scripture they’ve learned to Motion. Not only can kids be rewarded for bringing it, but the Bring It! Challenge is a fun way to grow and learn more about God and how He wants us to live.

During Gadgets and Gizmos, kids can earn fun prizes each week. Kids have to do all three of the following to earn  a prize:

  • FINDING Ephesians 2:10 in their Bible.
  • RECITING Ephesians 2:10 from memory.
  • SAYING the series virtue, UNIQUENESS, from memory. (UNIQUENESS: Discovering who God made you to be so you can make a difference.)

Bring It! Challenge


Quest :: Week of July 8

Monthly Focus: Who can do what God wants you to do? (I can do what God wants me to do.)
Bible Story: Miriam | Exodus 1:22 – 2:10
Main Point: I can protect others.
Memory Verse: God made us to do good works.” Ephesians 2:10 (NCV)

Kids Rock! This summer we’re continuing to learn about people in the Bible who did amazing things while they were still kids. They rocked because they did what God told them to do, and our children can obey God and do great things, too!

In this week’s lesson, Miriam protects her baby brother Moses after their mom puts him in a basket in the Nile River

Miriam watched over her brother in the water and then made sure her mom was the one to help the princess care for baby Moses. God wanted Miriam to protect Moses and she did! God wants us to protect others, too. You’re never too young to protect others, and when you protect others the way God wants you to, you ROCK!

June and July Memory Verse
This month our Bible verse says our God made us to do good things. Kids don’t have to wait until they’re grown up to do what God wants them to do; them can start now!

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.

God made (point both hands up)
us to do (point to yourself)
good works. (thumbs up)
Ephesians 2:10, NCV (open hands like a book)

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


Safari :: Week of July 8

MONTHLY FOCUS: I can be brave.
VERSE FOCUS: “Be strong and brave, do not be afraid. I am the Lord your God.” Joshua 1:9
BIBLE STORY: Josiah the Young King  | 2 Kings 22:1-23:3

This week during eKidz we played a game to remind us that we can be brave.

Sit in a circle with your toddler. Say, “Today we are going to play a game to remind us that we can be brave. When I call your name, I will roll you the ball and say, ‘Can you be brave?’ When you catch the ball, jump in the air and yell, ‘I can be brave!’ Are you ready? Let’s play!”

Say, “God made [toddler’s name].” Roll the ball to[toddler’s name]. Say, “Yeah![toddler’s name], can you be brave?” Have the child jump in the air and yell, “I can be brave!” Say, “Who should we roll it to next? Hmm? God made[another toddler’s name].” Roll it to [another toddler’s name]. Say, “[another toddler’s name], can you be brave?” Toddlers can also twirl, spin, clap, etc. 

After the Activity: “I knew you could do what I did, because you are brave! We can be brave by doing things that may be hard or scare us, and we can be brave by being nice to our friends. Who can be brave?” Encourage your toddler to say, “I can be brave!”


Motion: Week of July 8

Uniqueness: Discovering who God made you to be so you can make a difference.
Series Memory Verse: “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Ephesians 2:10 (NIV)
Main Point: God made you for an adventure.
Bible Story: Abraham | Genesis 12:1-9

Every person on earth is unique. We have distinct DNA, personalities, experiences, and relationships that make us different from each other. This makes us uniquely wired and wonderfully made. Because we are uniquely made in God’s image, it’s important for kids to discover more about what that means for them — how they can use their unique traits, gifts, and talents to serve and bring glory to God.

In Genesis 12, we find a man named Abram, who eventually we come to know as Abraham, the father of God’s people. But long before that, God called Abraham to go on a journey with many unknowns because of a really BIG promise. Abraham was willing to follow God and go wherever He led. In the end, God made good on each of the promises He made to Abraham.

God made you for an adventure. God may not call us on a journey to another country, but at some point, God will call us to do something out of our comfort zone. God made kids unique for whatever adventure comes their way and we want them to learn to trust that God will keep His promises to us, and that no matter what happens.

The Bring It! Challenge
We want kids to Bring It! to church. The Bring It! Challenge encourages Motion kids to bring themselves, their Bible, and scripture they’ve learned to Motion. Not only can kids be rewarded for bringing it, but the Bring It! Challenge is a fun way to grow and learn more about God and how He wants us to live.

During Gadgets and Gizmos, kids can earn fun prizes each week. Kids have to do all three of the following to earn a prize:

  • FINDING Ephesians 2:10 in their Bible.
  • RECITING Ephesians 2:10 from memory.
  • SAYING the series virtue, UNIQUENESS, from memory. (UNIQUENESS: Discovering who God made you to be so you can make a difference.)

Bring It! Challenge