Grove Kids -May 29, 2022

Go the Distance

Resilience is a response to the character of God.

This Month’s Memory Verse:

“But those who trust in the LORD will receive new strength. They will fly as high as eagles. They will run and not get tired. They will walk and not grow weak.” Isaiah 40:31, NIrV

This Month’s Life App:

Resilience—Getting back up when something gets you down

Keep Holding On

Keep Looking to Jesus | Hebrews 12:1-3

We finish the month in Hebrews 12:1-3. Resilience might not be easy, but the author of Hebrews reminds us of something important: all sorts of people have gone before us. They give us an incredible example to follow of what it means to have resilience, even throughout the most challenging moments of life. We can focus our attention on Jesus. He is the ultimate example of someone who endured death itself to accomplish the rescue mission God set out for Him.

I can trust God no matter what.

Bottom Line

Keep going because of what Jesus did for you.

Knowing that Jesus persevered through His death and was resurrected is the best encouragement for us to keep going when life gets hard. When we focus on Jesus, we remember that nothing is impossible, and God will help us show resilience through whatever we face in life.

Message to Parents

As summer comes into motion, some of us think more about what vacation we are going to take and most of us wonder what we are going to do with our children as both parents work or simply how to keep them moving and off their phones or the TV. I hope you’ll be checking out the Grove Kids Facebook page and our emails as we will do our best to keep you posted to FREE events and our own Grove Kids sponsored fun. In the meantime, check out this fun list for some summer fun ideas. Don’t be overwhelmed by it, but just pick one a week. Enjoy the time seeking God and His creation this summer: Summer Activities 

Now for your Kids...

Off the list in the link for your parents, here is a pretty simple and low supply kaleidoscope to make with your kids. After using your hands to share with your children what great things our minds can make, point it to the sun for the colors to reflect and talk to your kiddos about what great things God has made. Make a Kaleidoscope

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