This May In eKidz :: What We’re Learning

Commitment: Making a plan and putting it into practice
Memory Verse: “For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come.” 1 Timothy 4:8

Growing in faith is not something that happens by simply learning more information about the Bible. To experience faith, we need to practice our faith, and that takes commitment.

Commitment is part of God’s nature and how God interacts with us — keeping promises and putting plans into action. God’s commitment to us is just one of the many reasons we can trust Him no matter what. This month, we’ll help kids discover one of the best plans they can make is to commit to an ongoing relationship with Jesus. We hope they commit to practicing their faith by reading God’s Word, praying to God honestly and consistently, talking about God with others, and living for God in how they show love throughout the everyday moments of their life. 

Find weekly devotionals HERE to help your child open up their Bible at home.

This month in Quest, our series is called “Little Red Wagon.” And there are a few faith skills we want to make sure preschoolers have in their little red wagon — how to hear from God, pray to God, talk about God to others, and live for God. We hope they’ll pull these faith skills around, wherever they go, for the rest of their lives!

Check back each week for the Bible story, discussion questions, and ways to continue the conversation:

We’re Learning… God gave us the Bible.
Bible Story: God Gave Us His Word ● Ephesians 4:32, Hebrews 13:16, John 14:15

This month we’re learning, “God gave us the Bible.” God gave us His Word so we can learn who He is and how He wants us to live. When we read it, we’ll learn that God wants us to be kind, share, and obey. The more we learn and obey God’s Word, the more we’ll learn how we can live for Him!

Check back each week for the Bible story and family activity: