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This Week: May 30-31

Toddlers – Kindergarten

(2 – 4yrs old)

For the month of May our Toddlers to Kindergarteners have had fun learning that they too can help others. This week they will go over all of the amazing Bible stories we have heard throughout the month from the book of Exodus to remind them of what it means and looks like to be a Happy Helper.

Toddler & Pre-K/K Guide
This Week’s Video Lesson
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Elementary

(Grades 1 – 4)

This month our focus is on Determination – Deciding it’s worth it to finish what you started. This week we learn about Philip and the man from Ethiopia in Acts 8:26-40. Our bottom line this week is “Keep going even when you have questions.”

Elementary Guide
This Week’s Video Lesson


Middle School

(Grades 5 – 8)

Students are bombarded with countless messages about who they should be. What they should spend their time on. Their money on. Their efforts on. Sadly, the messages they all too often hear are that they need to do more, be more, buy more or they’re not worth much. Yuck. That’s not coming from the voice of God. God has a lot to say about our identity in Him. And, thankfully, what He has to say is encouraging and empowering. What He says is truth. Help your students learn and internalize that they’ve been created to be bright reflections of God Himself. They’re all offered an upgraded eternity with Jesus. They are extremely valuable, and absolutely always invited to accept grace and get closer to Jesus.

Middle School Guide
This Week’s Video Lesson


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