Awana & GKids Update (April 27th, 2020)
Because schools have been closed through the semester - there will be no childcare/gkids activities at this time.
Stay tuned for updates after we open up regular services and continue to assess the situation.
This is the PERFECT opportunity for you to take the spiritual lead in your home - and we are here to help!
The first thing you can do is download the ParentCue app (iOS/Android). You will be able to add your children and their ages into the app and see videos, scripture to memorize, and activities that you and your child can talk through to engage in Christ-centered conversation.
The next thing you can do is join/watch our GKids Facebook page for video uploads that will correspond to the lesson for each week.
Next, based on the age of your children and involvement in Gkids and/or Awana there are various resources included below for quiet time activities and for you to use to point your children to Christ.
Attached below are weekly bible verses for you and your preschooler to study and memorize together, a weekly activity for morning time, drive time, bath time, and cuddle time, and a great article to encourage you as a parent!
Also attached below are weekly bible studies for your elementary aged child to study scripture, interact with biblical truths, and develop a healthy habit of daily connecting with God. This is something they can do on their own first and come together with you daily or at the end of the week to talk through with them.
You should have received a postcard in the mail with a description of our Awana challenge! Good luck and send us those videos!
If there is anything else that we can do to help you - DO NOT HESITATE TO ASK!
“…love the Lord your God with all your hear, all your soul, and all your strength. And you must commit yourselves wholeheartedly to these commands that I am giving you today. Repeat them again and again to your children. Talk about them when you are at home and when you are on the road, when you are going to bed and when you are getting up. Tie them to your hands and wear them on your forehead as reminders. Write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.”
Mitch Hines & the Gkids Team!