October 4, 2020

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Message to Parents

Ahhh, remember when you and your spouse had time to chat about life and each other and things going on in the world? Not so much anymore, right!? Why is that? You might be saying to yourself, “Well Clark (hopefully with a little sass in your tone), there isn’t time to talk about all those things with work and kids and sports and well, life!” That’s what I was hoping you’d say! But what if I told you that without that bond you and your spouse have, the rest of it doesn’t work as well as it could. Here’s some easy and quick tips to get your relationship and your communication back to where it needs to be…for you and your family!

Now with your kids...

Grab your Bible and your unscrambling skills and get ready to experience Jesus with your kids! Here’s your theme…Integrity means choosing to be truthful in whatever you say and do.

Read Proverbs 11:3

Say to your kids, “Have you heard the word integrity before? Integrity is choosing to be truthful in whatever you say and do. So, it’s more than just being truthful with your words. Integrity is about doing the right thing even when no one is looking. Integrity means being truthful in all things, in all ways, always.”

“Let’s unscramble the words below to find out what we’re learning this week in Grove Kids.”


In your prayers with them ask God to help you do what is right so you can live a life of integrity. Thank Him for guiding you and for always doing what He says He will do.

Grove Kids | Sunday Notes

Rise Up

Daniel’s Integrity Daniel 1
Anyone who lives without blame walks safely. But anyone who takes a crooked path will get caught. Proverbs 10:9, NIrV

Be truthful with your whole life.

Integrity—Choosing to be truthful in whatever you say and do

I can trust God no matter what.

We kick off this series in Daniel 1. When Daniel and his friends were capture by Babylonia officials, no one would have known or possibly even cared if they continued following God’s laws in captivity. However, in their hearts, they knew what was right. They decided to stay true to their faith, and God rewarded them for it.

Bottom Line: Be truthful with your whole life. Integrity means doing what is right, even when no one is looking. When we’re truthful with our whole life, we’re not just honest with our words. We also make sure our actions in front of people or by ourselves match the life God wants us to live.

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