CAMP TRUTH, CAMP WISDOM, 

CAMP DISCOVERY

Meets on Sunday Mornings from 10a-12p


Camp Truth: grades K-1

Camp Wisdom: grades 2-4

Camp Discovery: grades 5-6 (Preteen)

January

Each month we will be taking a deeper look at a "life app"  and stories in the Bible that go along with it. Each week we will leave with a bottom line to sum up what we had learned that Sunday morning. 



SELF-CONTROL

Choosing to do what you should even when you don't want to.


 

 

WEEK 1

We start with a word picture Solomon writes in Proverbs 25:28. Solomon uses the idea of giant city walls keeping people safe as a way to show the importance of living with self-control. Kids will discover that having protection, like city walls, is the perfect way to help gain self-control.


Bottom Line: Doing what you should can keep you safe. When you choose to do what you should, instead of doing what you want, you keep yourself out of danger. We hope kids discover the value of relying on God for self-control even when it’s difficult.


WEEK 2

Next, we look at Proverbs 16:32, where Solomon uses the idea of a fighting warrior to help us understand that, regardless of the situation, being patient and keeping our cool is always the wise choice.


Bottom Line: Think before you lose your temper. God can give us the strength we need to pause and think about the consequences of our actions. Rather than letting our anger get the better of us, God can help us show patience and keep the situation under control.


WEEK 3

In week three, we discover more about self-control in Proverbs 12:18. Solomon talks about the power of our words. We want kids to learn that when they choose the right words in a difficult situation they can actually bring healing to the situation rather than destruction.


Bottom Line: Choose your words carefully. We want kids to think about the words they use throughout different situations, because our words can help point others to Jesus.


WEEK 4

We close out the month with another one of Solomon’s vivid word pictures in Proverbs 25:16 and find out what happens when we indulge and eat too much. But this proverb isn’t just about how much we eat. Kids will learn that too much of anything, even if it’s a good thing, can have serious consequences.


Bottom Line: Know when to stop. Knowing when to stop isn’t always easy for kids. A lot of times it’s a parent or teacher who helps them know it’s time to stop what they’re doing and take a break. We hope that kids start to see that stopping something—even if it’s fun—can be the wisest choice. We also want them to know they don’t need to do this on their own. God will help them know when to stop. 




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Camp Truth & Camp Wisdom

God Time Cards
(Grades K-4th)

Each week your kid(s) will be given a God Time Card to take home. There are four different devotions on each GodTime card. Each devotion is designed to be done on a different day. Each day’s devotion includes: 1. a verse(s) to read 2. a devotion paragraph that teaches something about God and an explanation of today’s verse(s) 3. an activity that makes real-life application of the day’s devotion 4. a suggested prayer.

  • january 6th

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  • january 13th

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  • january 20th

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  • january 27th

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Camp Truth & Camp Wisdom Parent Cue (K-6th)

Each month we want to keep parents engaged with what their kid(s) are learning during our worship time Sunday mornings. The Parent Cue is a great way to stay connected. 


The Parent Cue is a Morning Time, Meal Time, Drive Time and Bed Time cue for each month. By following these simple Cues based on Deuteronomy 6:7—“Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up”—a parent can make the most of everyday moments to instill faith and character in the heart of his or her child.


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Camp Discovery Parent Cue (Preteen)

Each month we want to keep parents engaged with what their kid(s) are learning during our worship time Sunday mornings. The Parent Cue is a great way to stay connected. 


The Parent Cue is a Morning Time, Meal Time, Drive Time and Bed Time cue for each month. By following these simple Cues based on Deuteronomy 6:7—“Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up”—a parent can make the most of everyday moments to instill faith and character in the heart of his or her child.


**click on the image to view/print this months Parent Cue**

Camp Discovery God Time Cards

(Preteen)

Each week your kid(s) will be given a God Time Card to take home. There are four different devotions on each GodTime card. Each devotion is designed to be done on a different day. Each day’s devotion includes: 1. a verse(s) to read 2. a devotion paragraph that teaches something about God and an explanation of today’s verse(s) 3. an activity that makes real-life application of the day’s devotion 4. a suggested prayer.

  • january 6th

    Click on the image to view/print this weeks God Time Card

  • january 13th

    Click on the image to view/print this weeks God Time Card

  • january 20th

    Click on the image to view/print this weeks God Time Card

  • january 27th

    Click on the image to view/print this weeks God Time Card