Focus At-Home Kids Program – Week 2 – Elementary
Check below for links to all the materials for this week.
Trusting in what you can’t see because of what you can see.
You can HEAR from God.
“Let us keep looking to Jesus.
He is the one who started this journey of faith.
And He is the one who completes the journey of faith.”
HEBREWS 12:2a, NIrV
Make sure to have several people in the car for this activity. Turn on your music and play FREEZE. When the music is on, everyone dances in their seat. When the music is off, everyone stops dancing. The goal is to focus on what is happening. Tell your child, “FOCUS on what you can HEAR.”
PRACTICING FAITH SKILLS WITH YOUR CHILD
By Holly Crawshaw
Teaching your kids how to pursue a relationship with their heavenly Father takes action, consistency, and patience. Here are four skills that every kid can learn and practice to help them grow in their faith:
HEAR: Listen to God’s Word. When we read the Bible and listen to what God has to tell us through His Word, we learn we can trust God no matter what.
PRAY: Dialogue with God. Through prayer we connect with God. We show gratitude, say we’re sorry, and express our feelings to God.
TALK: Articulate your faith. When we talk about our faith, we learn more about God and can tell others about Jesus.
LIVE: Worship with your life. Worshipping God is more than just singing songs. Worship is about living life in a way that honors God.
These four faith skills have the potential to create an incredible spiritual foundation in the lives and futures of your kids. So . . . how do we go about making these four practices daily habits for our kids? Here are a few tips: . . .