Bible Story: Daniel 3. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego find their faith put to the test when they choose to obey God rather than bow down to the golden statue. They remained confident in God’s power, and God rescued them from the fiery furnace.
Bottom Line: Trust that God is always with you. Not only has God been faithful to Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, but also God has proven his faithfulness to all sorts of people throughout history. We can live with confidence knowing that God will be with us in every situation we face.
Key Question: What does it mean to trust God? You trust your parents to feed you and put a roof over your heads. And you trust your teachers to help you learn something new about the world. But sometimes it’s hard thinking about what it means to put your trust in God, right? How can you trust God each and every day?
This Month’s Memory Verse
Be sure to check out this month’s memory verse! Get started now in helping your child learn the verse and have them say it for their small group leader on the weekend.
GodTime cards are available each month and are a tool to assist parents as they help their child have “God Time” each week. Here’s how: There are four different devotions on each GodTime card. Each one is designed to be done on a different day. Click below to see this week’s GodTime card.
Do you know what songs your kids are singing this month? Click below to listen or purchase the music your child will be singing this month.
A Widget is a cool, concrete, take-home item for families to use. This item is given to elementary students each month. It will aid in reminding them what is taught in DV on the weekend and assist in the retention of the Bible lessons as kids grow in Christ. Click below to read more about July’s Widget!