may 24, 2020 lessons

1) Click THIS link for a video experience for your kiddos (pre-school to pre-teen)     

          *middle & high school experiences are at bottom of page!

2) See corresponding lesson guides below (pre-school to pre-teen)

          *middle and high school experiences are at bottom of page!

3) Tap or right click to save the lesson.

pre-school

elementary (k-3)

pre-teen

middle & high school

video experiences


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parent FOLLOW-UP

 (MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL)

Middle School
The goal is to love people, not judge people.

Think about this: We live in a culture that expects and wants immediate gratification, so anything that takes time or doesn’t show immediate results is frustrating for a middle schooler. This makes the practice of developing spiritual habits over time especially difficult.

Remember this: “Obviously, I’m not trying to win the approval of people, but of God. If pleasing people were my goal, I would not be Christ’s servant.” Galatians 1:10 NLT


High School
Free people put others first.

We’re all naturally inclined to put ourselves first. Ironically, the more we try to prioritize our own needs and wants, the more it seems to lead to stress. This week, ask your teen if there are any relationships stressing them out right now (like a friend, teammate, or sibling). If appropriate, help them see how putting the other person first might actually reduce the stress of the situation.