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Bible Story: God’s Family Grows | Acts 28 – Jude 25
Main Point: I Can Read The Bible!
Memory Verse: “Open my eyes to see the wonderful truths in your instructions.” Psalm 119:18 (NLT)

 

We headed out into the wild again this weekend to see all the wonderful things God wants us to see in His Word! Our safari guide, Rafiki, led our adventure and we discovered another animal God created, the elephant. The elephant had a very important story to share with us from the Bible!

We learned about Paul and some of Jesus’ other friends sharing the Gospel. They traveled around from place to place and told people about God. Paul and Jesus’s friends wrote letters to the people they visited, and all of the letters were put into a book we call the Bible. Everyone can read the Bible to learn who God is and how He wants us to live! We learned “I Can Read The Bible!” from our safari adventure.

Out in the Wild Safari Map

During our time in the safari, we will use a magnifying glass to search for animals by following their footprints! Each week, children in Quest will help Rafiki track a different animal and collect a magnifying glass to glue on their safari map. If your child collects all 5 MAGNIFYING GLASSES and brings their completed poster back to Quest on November 30/December 1, they will receive their very own magnifying glass!

 
If your child missed Quest this weekend, make sure to ask the room leader at your location for an Out In The Wild safari map and CLICK HERE to download the zebra tracks magnifying glass.

November Memory Verse
This month our memory verse is Psalm 119:18. Work with your child to learn our November memory verse. Any Quest child who recites the verse the last weekend of November will earn a special prize!

Open my eyes (point to eyes)
to see (make binoculars with hands)
the wonderful truths (spread arms wide)
in your instructions. (make hands like a book)
Psalm 119:18 (NLT)


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