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Choosing Obedience

Obedience Has a True Reward Put a small reward (food or candy) on one side of the room and line up kids on the opposite side. Share some actions and ask them to decide if it is a good or bad choice. If they think it is a good choice, they may take a step forward. If...

From Generation to Generation

Follow Good Examples Teach your child a skill you know, but they might not yet know. Some ideas—How to: • Stand on your head • Eat an Oreo the correct way • Sew on a button • Dribble a basketball • Catch a fish • Play a new game (one you learned as a kid) Why is it...

Living Out God’s Word Every Day

Follow Me Walk through the house and say to each person, “Come with me” (not telling them where you are going or what you are going to do). If they follow you, take them out for a treat, play a fun game, or do an activity they will enjoy. Ask: Are you glad you...

Walk in Integrity

No One’s Looking Bake a batch of cookies (or another treat), count them and put them on a plate on the kitchen counter. Add a sign that says, “DO NOT EAT!” Then leave the room. After a couple of hours, count the cookies to see if any are missing. Call everyone...

Walk in Truth

Can You Believe It? Spend some time sharing some unbelievable facts about a variety of animals. Possible examples: A snail can sleep for three years at time. Octopuses have three hearts. There are a million ants for every one human. A bat can eat 1,000 insects per...