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Plano Kids Kit for July 26

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Join us for the Summer Family Night Challenge

First time to do the Family Night Challenge? Watch our intro video first.

This Week's Lesson: Daniel and the Lions

For preschoolers, you may want to read from The Beginner's Bible, "Daniel and the Lions" (p.251-256.) For older kids, read Daniel 6 together as a family.

Watch Josh Wilhites' message from Sunday, July 28.

The Knights of Narnia arrested??!!

Family Night Discussion Questions:

  1. Who did Daniel pray to?
  2. What was the punishment for people who did not pray to the king?
  3. Why do you think Daniel prayed to God even when he knew he would be fed to lions?
  4. How do you think Daniel felt to be in the den with the lions?
  5. Who protected Daniel?
  6. What are some ways that we like to be gods ourselves? Does that usually go well for us?
  7. What are some of God's characteristics that are worthy of our worship?
  8. Discuss as a family ways you can submit to our perfect God this week.

Family Night Ideas for Fun:

  • Create your own family holiday. Think about what special foods you’d like to have and what traditions or decorations you would use.
  • Draw a picture or write a letter to a family member or friend that might be feeling lonely.
  • Make homemade ice cream.
  • Make lion puppets. Give each family member two or three cupcake liners. Let everyone decorate the center of the liner by drawing a simple lion face on it. Tape the “lions” to a popsicle stick or a pencil. Use a Lego figure or some other small toy character to be Daniel. Act out the story with the lion puppets and Daniel.
  • Draw lion paw prints down your driveway or sidewalk. Follow the path by walking, hopping or skipping from print to print. While following the path, talk about what things Daniel may have been scared of as he thought about going into the lion’s den. Then, take time for each person in the family to share something they are not looking forward to that’s coming up. Pray for each concern.
  • OR choose your own fun activity.

Throughout the summer we have a unique opportunity to learn together as families. Our entire church, from preschool to elementary to adults, will be focusing on the same Bible passage each week. To make the most of this time, we are issuing the Summer Family Night Challenge! Here is what you need to do:

  1. Watch the Sunday message together as a family either online or in person. Find the Plano messages here.
  2. Set aside a night of the week to be your Family Night for the next six weeks.
  3. Visit the Plano Kids Kit page each week for videos, discussion questions and fun activity ideas that you can use to plan your Family Night.

Your two goals for your Family Night should be to have fun and have some intentional conversation around God's Word.