make it stick!

Find out about what we learned in

Crash Kidz last Sunday. 

Help make stories, and concepts "stick"

by havingyour kids participate

in the following discussions at home

  • in the car:

    Ask your child what they learned about this week on your drive home: The Bible is filled with strange occurrences and odd events.  The strangest and most amazing is how much God loves us and how he wants us to live forever with HIm.  In the book of Revelation,  God gives us a picture of a time when there will be no more pain and suffering.  Then we will be with God for all eternity.


  • Hanging Out:

    Make this week's lesson real: 

    Your kids may have specific questions this week about what heaven will be like, or what happens when we die. Answer the questions you feel comfortable addressng.  For the others, explore the answers together: seeking the wisdom of a pastor, teacher, or other mentor.

  • at dinner:

    Here are some great discussion starters:

    - What things will not be in the new heaven and the new earth?

    - What does it mean that Jesus is making everything new?

     - What do you imagine that eternity will be like?


  • at bedtime:

    Quiz your child on

    this week's memory verse:

    "No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love Him." I Corinthians 2:9

  • parent time:


    What you need to know:

    Elisha learned faithfulness at the feet of his mentor, Elijah.  Remember, you are your child's first mentor.  What virtues and values are you instilling in your children?  How can you be more intentional in modeling good qualities for them?