Many families are looking for a way to encourage and develop their kid’s faith in Jesus.
Sometimes going to church, even online, just isn’t practical or possible.
Each Sunday we will upload links RIGHT HERE so you can have a 20 – 30 minute meaningful family experience custom-designed to the age of your kids.
- Select the age group that best describes your family*
- Download the activity guide
- Watch the video together
*If you have kids in multiple age groups, use whatever logic you would typically use when selecting a family movie, we recommend choosing more in favor of your older kids – while also meeting somewhere in the middle.
Week of July 5
Poppy continues our “I Spy” in the Wonder Clubhouse to play a fun game with foam letters. Justin the mailman tells us a true story about how Jesus loves everyone, even when people who are our friends say hurtful things.
Story Focus: I spy someone Jesus loves, no matter what. Week one we will spy Peter telling people he is not Jesus’ friend. This is the same Peter that saw Jesus walk on water, heal the sick, and vowed to never leave Him. But, after Jesus died, Peter was so afraid that he denied being Jesus’ friend. Later, after Jesus came back, Jesus let Peter know that He still loved him, no matter what. And, Jesus loves us no matter what, too.
God has always been involved in the world He created. We see His handiwork on display in creation. We see God’s love on display through Jesus, who came to rescue us. We respond to God in faith, believing in what we can’t see because of what we can see. When we focus on what we know to be true about God and the world God created, we can have faith in what we can’t see or fully understand.
We start off the month with something Paul wrote to the church in Ephesus. In Ephesians 2:8-9 we read, God’s grace has saved you because of your faith in Christ. Your salvation doesn’t come from anything you do. It is God’s gift. It is not based on anything you have done. No one can brag about earning it, (NIrV). When it comes to faith in God, everything, especially God’s gift of grace through Jesus, is a gift of love. All we have to do is accept it.
Bottom Line: Jesus is a gift for everyone. This is a simple yet powerful bottom line we pray sinks into the hearts of kids. There’s nothing we have to do to earn our Salvation. We just have to accept God’s amazing gift of grace through Jesus. We pray this is a decision every kid will make at some point in their life; maybe even this summer!
The So & So Show celebrates Christmas in July, because, well, who doesn’t love a gift? Especially when we’re talking about a gift for everyone!