January 11, 2016
Messiah's House Amarillo

JANUARY WEEK 3

Birth – 4 year olds

 

VERSE FOR JANUARY

“With God all things are possible.”

Matthew 19:26 NIV

FAMILY DEVOTIONAL:

Jesus amazes the disciples when He walks on water.

Read Matthew 14:22-33

Show your child how to take his fingers and make them “walk on water.” Add some bubble bath and use your fingers to jump from one bubble mountain to the next bubble mountain. Talk about how walking on water is something only Jesus can do. He can do it because Jesus can do anything!

 

Kindergarten – 5th grade

 

VERSE FOR JANUARY

“A person without self-control is like a city whose walls are broken through.”

Proverbs 25:28 NirV

FAMILY DEVOTIONAL:

MORNING TIME:  Say this month’s memory verse together while you stack cereal boxes to form a wall. Encourage your kid to use self-control to protect himself from trouble today.

PARENT TIME Want to talk more with your kids about self-control? Use these tools: Parent CUE App: Centered around a monthly topic, this app sends weekly CUEs that remind us to connect with our kids whether at home or on the go Studio252.tv: A family web site that helps us make the most of everyday moments at home to build a spiritual legacy in our family

January 4, 2016
Messiah's House Amarillo

JANUARY WEEK 2

Birth – 4 year olds

 

VERSE FOR JANUARY

“With God all things are possible.”

Matthew 19:26 NIV

FAMILY DEVOTIONAL:

Jesus performs a miracle and feeds over 5,000 people with just five loaves of bread and two fish.

Read Mark 6:31-44

Play a game of “Can You Do That?” as you drive along.  Take turns asking each other questions like, “Can you (touch a cloud)?” When it’s something impossible, say, “No. Only Jesus can do that!” When you get ready to get out of the car say the memory verse: “With God all things are possible,” Matthew 19:26.

 

Kindergarten – 5th grade

 

VERSE FOR JANUARY

“A person without self-control is like a city whose walls are broken through.”

Proverbs 25:28 NirV

FAMILY DEVOTIONAL:

MEAL TIME: Ask a kid:  Give some examples of how having self-control protects you from getting hurt.  Ask a parent:  Share about a time that you lost control of your temper.  What would you do differently now?

PARENT TIME:  Want to talk more with your kids about self-control?  Use these tools:

Parent CUE App: Centered around a monthly topic, this app sends weekly CUEs that remind us to connect with our kids whether at home or on the go Studio252.tv: A family web site that helps us make the most of everyday moments at home to build a spiritual legacy in our family