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Love starts and ends with God. Love has always been the point of how God has interacted with the world. Since the beginning of time, God’s love has always been on display. That’s why we chose love to kick off a year through the Bible. From Genesis to Revelation, God inspired writers of Scripture, whose works come together to tell God’s Big Story. But God’s love isn’t just about what happened in history. God loves US today! And we have the chance to share God’s love with others, right here and now. We know that God loved us first. God loved us enough to send Jesus for us. In response, we can show how much we love God by loving others . . . and showing people how much they matter to us.

Hey, parents! During this time, we want to continue to partner with you as parents and help instill biblical truths into your children. It is our prayer that this page would serve as resource for you to have time of virtual Sunday School with your children, as well as way to have a short amount of time in the Word with your kids throughout the week. Here’s what you’ll find on this page:

The material is categorized by its corresponding week. The links will go live Thursday evenings. In each week, you will find Online Experience videos, Parent Guides, and an Activity Sheet for specific grades to complete throughout the week. Here’s how you can use this material:


Experience – These videos are designed to serve as a virtual Sunday School class. Each video contains a worship video, a Bible Story (K-3rd) or The So & So Show (4th-6th), and fun, high energy teaching time. 

Parent Guide – The Parent Guide, which goes along with the Experience video, is designed to help you engage your child and apply the lesson to their life. The guide's contain activities, discussion guides, memory verses, and a prayer prompt. 
 

Activity – These activities are designed to be used throughout the week to drive home application of the lesson, and to help keep your child engaged in the Word throughout the week. While you don’t have to work on these with your child, they do afford you the opportunity to take a direct step into your child’s spiritual development and help create a platform for spiritual discussions in your home. There are suggested grades given for each sheet, but feel free to use what suits your child best.