Do you know what the word wisdom means?
Wisdom is choosing God’s way instead of your own. Everyone needs wisdom from God, no matter how smart they are and if they ask God to give them wisdom, He will!
God will give wisdom to anyone who asks Him for it.
Parents: You can use the videos below alone or together with the RKids Online Experience Plan! Check out the plan below and simply watch the corresponding videos when prompted in the guide! After all, YOU are the best teachers your kids could ever have! Have fun with it!
We love you and are praying for your family today!
R KIDS TEAM
Find a comfy place in your home to gather together as a family. Grab some snacks, grab your Bible, and get ready to make a moment of it!
Now, start off by having each person take a turn discussing the following prompt:
If you had a huge roll of duct tape, what would you do with it?
Let’s get into a time of worship! Take a moment to stand/ stretch and then go ahead and play some worship music in your home. Have fun with it! Raise your hands, jump, close your eyes – engage in the worship moment as a family. It is special.
Now it’s time to jump into our lesson from Konnect HQ.
Today’s lesson is on “Being Wise"
First, get comfy, grab a Bible, and click on our lesson video below.
Then, after a quick stretch break (or run really fast on the spot), come back together to talk about this story and what it means to YOU!
What does wisdom mean? Knowing and choosing God’s way.
What’s the difference between being smart and being wise? Being smart is only about your brain. Being wise means you know God’s way in your heart, and you choose to follow it.
What can you do this week to learn more about God’s way? Study the Bible, do the things I learn in church, pray, learn from others who follow Jesus, etc.
Time to get God’s Word deep into our hearts.
"If any of you need wisdom, ask God for it. He will give it to you."
You did it! You just took a deep dive into God’s Word – together! Let’s take time now to talk to God. Ask your child to share things they’d like to pray about.
Write down their prayer requests and then pray together over each request.
Thank You for Your promise to give us wisdom. Please help us remember to ask for it. We love you! In Jesus’ name, Amen.