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Sunday - August 1st


Hope  Little  Kids

This week’s Bible story begins with . . . nothing. That’s because God made the whole world from nothing. He made plants and animals, trees, the sun, and the ocean. God created it all with His power! He even made you and me; and He made us all different. God made us all different sizes and shapes and colors! That is so amazing. God made each of us to be smart, creative, and helpers like Him. And He did all that with His power. 

Who is powerful? God is powerful!

Make it personal with your Little Kid by saying the monthly memory verse together with the motions. 




Memory Verse:
“Great is our Lord and mighty in power.” Psalm 147:5, NIV


Key Question:

Who is powerful?


Bottom Line:

God is powerful.


Bible Story: 

God is powerful. (God Made Me)

Genesis 1:26; Psalm 139:14



    Hi Parents!    


This month our Big Kids are learning about wisdom. Wisdom is finding out what you should do and doing it. Our Bible story this week shows us that Jesus thought wisdom was very  important.

Wisdom is kind of like a treasure. It can help us make all kinds of decisions in life. And we can find wisdom in our relationship with God. We can talk to Him and ask Him for wisdom. We can talk to other people who follow God, too—like our families and our leaders at church. We can look in the Bible and find wisdom from people who put their trust in God, all throughout history.

Wisdom is worth searching for.

Make it personal with your Big Kid by sharing about how you go about making a wise decision. Where do you seek wisdom?

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Story Videos (1st - 3rd)

Story Videos (4th - 5th)


 Bottom Line: 

Wisdom is worth searching for.

Life App: 

Wisdom → Finding out what you should do and doing it


Basic Truth: 

I can trust God no matter what.


 Bible Story: 

Grow as We Go (Jesus Grows in Wisdom)

Luke 2:41-52

Memory Verse: 

If any of you needs wisdom, you should ask God for it. He will give it to you. God gives freely to everyone and doesn’t find fault.

James 1:5 (NIrV)

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