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Hope City Kids @ HOME M.A.p.

Kids Church is powerful, but it becomes significantly more life changing when it is reiterated at home. My desire is that your family would grow closer to Jesus, and encounter Him in powerful ways as you do these each week! 

When your child(ren) have completed all three of the components you can either scroll down and send in the form online, or bring in the QR code card with their name(s), your signature, and the date that they completed. When they have done 10 weeks they will get to go into the treasure chest and choose a prize!

Each M.A.P. will be kept on for 4 weeks so try to get them all done before it gets taken off!

  • may 19th

    M. -Memorize: “Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things he does for me.” Psalms 103:2

    A. -Action: Spend time, a couple times this week praising and worshiping God. Put on worship music and dance and sing and focus on the goodness of God. After worship talk about the good things God has done in your life. Parents, share with your kids the good God has done in your life, and encourage them to also recount His goodness. There is power in worshipping and remembering His faithfulness and all He has done, it is a strong weapon and fertilizer to grow our faith. It is important to teach our kids that while they are young. Throughout the week when they are grumpy or sad, remind them of this and put it into practise then too. 

    Here is a playlist of the songs we do in Kids Church if you need some ideas.

    P. – Prayer: Thank God for who He is and the good He has done in their life. Pray about something specific you are hoping for in their life or someone close to them, then be watchful how He answers.  

  • may 12th

    M. -Memorize: “So that Satan will not outsmart us. For we are very familiar with his evil schemes.” 2 Corinthians 2:11

    A. -Action: As we’ve been learning about hearing God’s voice, it is also important to acknowledge that there is an enemy, and to be be wise and recognize his schemes and when he tries to give us “fools gold”. On a piece of paper draw a line down the center, writing on one side “the kingdom of light” and the other “kingdom of darkness”. Fill in both sides thinking through what would be from the enemy and from God. Ex. Worry vs surrender and peace. Fear vs. courage. In things they watch – witches, ghosts, fortune tellers vs hearing from God, dreams, healing, and the power of the Holy Spirit. Greed vs giving. And any others you guys can think of. When we are aware of this it opens our eyes to see where we are giving room for the enemy, and when we see it we can stand strong and silence the him in Jesus name.

    P. – Prayer: Pick a couple relevant ones in their lives to pray through, ask the Holy Spirit to reveal things in their lives and come back to a place of surrender, being sensitive to what the Holy Spirit is saying every day to walk in his freedom and victory!

  • MAy 5th

    M. -Memorize: “For you shall go out with joy, and be led forth with peace.”  Isaiah 55:12

    A.- Action: What you need: A red, yellow and green paper- cut out a circle from each one (or color circles those colors). Get your child to imagine that they have a traffic light inside their spirit/heart. And this is one way that God speaks to them. When they are praying about a situation and get a scratchy, tornado uncomfortable feeling that is the RED light. STOP, DON’T DO IT. When they feel confusion and unsure, that is the YELLOW light! SLOW DOWN. PRAY. SEEK JESUS. When they feel peace, excitement or calmness that is the GREEN light. GO. PUT INTO ACTION WHATS ON YOUR HEART. God often speaks through impressions on our hearts, and this is one way He does that. Give your child scenarios and get them to hold up what color they think God would be telling them. Throughout the week remind them of this as they are deciding things, even small things.

    P.- Prayer: Get them to think of a couple things they want God's wisdom on, and pray and ask God to put a color on their hearts. Talk about that and how God wants to lead us, we just need to ask Him. Prayer should be more than a few minutes a day but dialogue with Him throughout the day as well, leaning into Him asking Him what He desires even in the small things we decide.

  • April 28th

    M. – Memorize: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;” Prov.3:5

    A. – Action: Everything God speaks to us will line up with scripture, which is one of the reasons we need to know His Word well. His Word is a very big way God speaks to us! Words or phrases can seemingly “jump” off the page, or a picture may pop in your head, that is God speaking to you. Read Psalm 91, and as you read it ask God to highlight something in your heart and mind. Discuss it together and then write it down or draw it. When we read the Bible it isn’t just to read it, but to meet with Jesus, every time we read we need to ask Him to speak to us through it, and then be attentive to Him.

    P. – Prayer: Scripture is also very powerful to pray. This week let’s focus on praying scripture. Let’s start with our memory verse. For example, “God I trust you with all of my heart, I will not listen to the voice of worry or fear, but I know that you will take care of me, that you are with me, and that you are for me, so I can fully trust you and not how I feel or what I see. Thank you that you are so good to me.”

    Other great verses to pray: Psalms 91, 2 Timothy 1:7, Romans 12:2, Phil. 4:6-7, Isaiah 26:3

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