Let's Grow Together!
Welcome, Kingdom Kidz Families!
We are so excited you have decided to join us for our Bible-based, action-packed, super-fun activities for this month! As a church, we believe in GROWING together – and that means everyone! We start each week with a Sunday Lesson, and have a different activity each day of the week to reinforce that lesson. Join us in memorizing scripture, teaching videos and discussions, and social media challenges. Simply click on the tab for the day above and Learn, Grow, and Have Fun!
Also, be sure to sign up for our grade-level Small Groups. We will meet via Zoom each weekend of the 4th Sunday. Just text the keyword "SMGROUP" to 501-299-9009 and follow instructions to sign up. When you sign up, you will receive an activity box prior to your meeting that you will open and explore together during your meeting.
And just for our pre-K kiddos, we have included a lesson PDF for parents to download and follow as you help your child grow each week.
Social distancing may be hard (because we miss you so much) but we can still GROW together as Kingdom Kidz!
Weekly At-Home Lessons
Watch the Sunday lesson as a Family.
MONDAY MEMORY VERSE GAME
This month's verse: Isaiah 40:28
"Have you never heard? Have you never understood? The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of all the earth. He never grows weak or weary. No one can measure the depths of His understanding."
SEPT 6- Write out each word of the verse on separate index cards. Say the verse out loud as you write.
SEPT 13- Use the cards you made last week. Scramble them and try to put them in the correct order..
SEPT 20- Use the cards you made. Have an adult hide them around the house. Find the cards and put them in the correct order.
SEPT 27- Say It!: By now, you should be able to recite the entire memory verse! Congratulations! You are hiding God's Word in your heart!
TUESDAY TALK ABOUT IT
- SEPT 7
Talkabout Tuesday - Week 1
Discuss and Watch “Dominic’s Story”
Say: Today we’re learning that God is creative. God made us, and he did a great job of it! God made us to be creative, too. That means we can make great and exciting things.
Tell about something you make that you think is great or exciting.
Ask: • What’s something you like to make that you think is great?
Say: Let’s meet a boy who loves making things, and he likes to use his talents to share about God’s love.
Watch “Dominic’s Story.”
Ask: • What was the coolest thing you saw Dominic make?
• Dominic liked to use his creativity, or ability to make things, to share about God’s love. What can you make to share God’s love?
Say: Dominic loves using his creativity. Whenever Dominic creates something, it shows that he was made by God because God is so creative. We can be creative, too, because God made us that way!
- SEPT 14
Talkabout It Tuesday - Week 2
Discuss and Watch “Super Quadcopter World Racing Champion”
Say: Today we’re learning that God is the greatest, and we don’t need to be.
Ask: • If you could be the best in the world at something, what would you want it to be?
Say: Let’s watch a video about a kid who’s getting ready to be the best super quadcopter racer in the world.
Watch “Super Quadcopter World Racing Champion.”
Ask: • What did you think about how Carter was acting?
• Who is someone you noticed that Carter hurt? Explain.
Say: It’s not bad to be great at something, but we don’t want to think we’re better than other people. And we do want to remember that God is the greatest. He’s more amazing than anyone or anything. The people we’re reading about in the Bible today tried to build the tallest tower so they would be the greatest. They found out, like Carter did in our video, that we don’t need to be the greatest. Because God is the greatest we can put him first.
- SEPT 21
Discuss and Watch “Slammin’ Famine”
Ask: • What’s your favorite way to spend a Saturday?
Say: There are so many fun things to do on the weekend that it’s easy to focus on what’s the most fun for us. We’re going to see a video where kids gave up some of their weekend time to help other people.
Watch “Slammin’ Famine.”
Ask: • What difference did the girls in the video make by giving their time?
• Tell about when you gave your time to volunteer or help someone. Share your own example first.
• How does it make you feel when you give your time to help others? Why do you think that is?
Say: God is giving, so we’re giving. In the Bible, God gave to Abram, and Abram gave to Lot. Even if we don’t have a lot of money or stuff to give, we can be giving because we can give our time to help others! That’s a great way to reflect God’s giving heart.