God is always with you. ● Matthew 28:16-20, Acts 1-2
As a family, discuss a few questions together after your child watches this week’s Motion episode.
Question #1: Resilient means “getting back up when something gets you down.” What does being resilient mean to you? Give an example.
Question #2: Read Matthew 28:20. Jesus knew the disciples might be afraid to tell the whole world about Him, so He promised to always be with them. Has there ever been a time when you were scared, but you knew God was with you?
Question #3: When are some times it’s hard to feel like God is with you? How do you know He’s still with you?
Question #4: Everyone goes through hard times, even older kids and adults. On hard days, what are some ways you can remember God’s promise to stay with you? How can that help you be resilient?
Read the Bible — by yourself and with others. Try different translations. Set aside a special, quiet time to dive in.
Ask questions to help you understand — who’s the author, who are they writing to, and how does this part of the Bible point you toward Jesus?
Yak — share about what you’re learning and what God is showing you, especially with friends who don’t have a relationship with Jesus or want to learn more about Him.
Read: Joshua 1:9 — Write down what the verse means to you!
Ask: How can knowing God’s with you help you be strong and courageous?
Yak: Tell someone what you read. What do they do to remind themselves God is with them?