Bible Story: Luke 2:41-52. Jesus knew His Father’s house was where he needed to be. We’re told that Jesus grew in wisdom, faith, and friendship. This is the model we should follow as we seek to grow in our own relationship with God.
Bottom Line: If you want to be wise, search for wisdom. Today, there is access to more data than we could possibly need or imagine. But our knowledge is only as good as how we apply it. Find value in searching for wisdom through God’s Word, trusted friends, Small Group Leaders, and their family. Wisdom is out there; we just need to find it.
Key Question: What does it mean to be wise? You learn in school that knowledge is power. But while knowing things is certainly important, how we apply what we know is more important. What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom, and why does it matter for how you can grow in your faith?
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 August’s Widget!