Journey Kids is bringing their fun, Bible-based learning experience to the home! Here, you will find our teaching materials and videos used in our Sunday experience so parents and guardians can be the primary spiritual influencers in the lives of their kids. We are also providing relevant resources to guide your conversations. 

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At-Home Teaching Materials

Lessons for Sunday, January 30th

  • Preschool Experience

    Please click here for Journey Kids Preschool and Kindergarten Video

    This Week's Bible Story: House on a Rock (Matthew 7:24-27)

    Basic Truth: Who teaches you important things? Jesus teaches me important things

    Watch the video then practice the memory verse and use the Parent Guide below to talk to your preschooler about who has a plan for them.

    January Memory Verse:

    “The crowds

    (Arms out and around)

    were amazed

    (Hold hands like binoculars, open and shut)

    at His teaching.”

    (Hands by mouth)

    Matthew 7:28

    (Opens hands like a book)

    Preschool Parent Guide: An easy-to-use guide with activities and discussion prompts.

    Printable Preschool Placemat: These are fun for your child to color and provide parents with discussion questions and hand motions for easy review of this month’s memory verse.

    Anxiety Conversation Guides for Preschoolers

  • ELEMENTARY Experience

    Please click here for 1st and 2nd grade video

    Please click here for 3rd thru 6th grade video

    This Week’s Bible Story: Too Much of a Good Thing Proverbs 25:16

    Bottom Line: Know when to stop.

    Watch the video then discuss the key question as a family: How do you know when to stop? For more questions and to dive deeper, check out the Kid Devo, and Parent Guide below. 

    Discussion Questions:

    • When do you tend to push the limits to see how far you can go with something, or how much you can have of something?
    • In our game, if I held up a high card, you probably guessed that yours was lower. Similarly, we can look for signs in life to avoid risky situations. What are some signals you can watch for to know when something has gone from “enough” to “too much” in the things you do or say?
    • What’s one thing you want to do a better job of controlling this week?

    January Memory Verse:

    “God’s power has

    given us everything

    we need to lead

    a godly life.”

    2 Peter 1:3a, NIrV

    Parent Guides:

    An easy-to-use guide with fun activities and discussion prompts, so families can review the video presentations and talk about what to do with what you've learned. 

    Devotional for kids that reinforce the weekly video lessons:

At-Home Resources

We want to equip you to have spiritual conversations at home. Below are a couple of tools we provide to help you facilitate conversation and support your children during this time.

1. The Parent Cue App - This free app gives parents weekly cues that are aligned with the content in the video presentations. 

2. Managing Fear and Anxiety During a Health Pandemic – A blog post for parents on managing anxiety during any number of life disruptions.

3. Anxiety Conversation Guides – Helping a child with anxiety is a challenge. Download these age-appropriate resources to find tips and practical ways to help your children.
4. Helping Kids Navigate Anxiety Podcast – On this episode, Sissy Goff, Director of Child and Adolescent Counseling at Daystar Counseling Ministries in Nashville, Tennessee, shares tools for helping kids process anxiety.