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Challenge Accepted: Children’s Ministry Update

Posted by Laurie Fryklund on

As the Children’s Ministry team planned for the new year, they wanted to create ways for families to engage in the 2019 theme together. Today, Children’s Ministry Associate, Laurie Fryklund, shares how parents can “Pursue Jesus” with their children using the Quail Springs’ Bible Reading Plan for Kids.

Have you picked up the Bible Reading Plan for Kids for your child or grandchild? If not, it’s not too late! The books are free and available to families with children. As of February, there are two 30 day booklets available: Challenge 1 and Challenge 2.

The Bible Reading Plan for Kids follows our church theme for 2019, “Challenge Accepted,” and emphasizes the first-quarter landmark of Seeking God. Each devotion focuses on seeking God, how the person in the Bible passage sought God, and how we can seek God.  This is a great tool to encourage your child to read God’s Word daily!

Although we created the 30 day challenges for children, we were also thinking of the entire family unit. We want to encourage parents and grandparents to read and discuss the devotions alongside their child, providing intentional opportunities to talk about what God’s Word says every day. And the best news is that any child that completes all 30 days will get their picture added to the Challenge Wall in the upstairs Children’s hallway. So pick up a book and get started today!

Families can pick up a printed copy of the Bible Reading Plan for Kids from the Children’s Department. Call 405-302-3022 for more information.

Did you know we also have a Bible Reading Challenge available for Quail Springs’ adults? It’s not too late to start either. Learn more.



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