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The Parent Weekly


The Parent Weekly

We believe parents are the primary teachers in a child's life. Because of this, we post a Parent Weekly each Sunday which includes big ideas from that week’s teaching, the memory verse, questions for family discussion, and a look at where we’re headed the following week. Our hope is for this to be a helpful tool as you continue raising your kids to love God and love people.

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Welcome, you'll find the most recent lessons below:



Year 1, Winter: Lesson 12


What we learned today

Big Idea:  God is trustworthy

Solomon, Part 2. 1 Kings 7—11. Solomon, in the beginning, serves God, but ultimately disobeys Him and allows the people to worship false gods.


Where we're headed next time

Remember & Celebrate

Feast of Harvest: Remembering and Celebrating God’s Abundant Provision


Did you know?

Share these facts to get the conversation started:

  • The Israelites celebrated seven annual feasts and festivals: Passover, Feast of Unleavened Bread, Festival of First Fruits, Feast of Harvest, Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, and Feast of Tabernacles (or Booths). 

  • During the feasts, the Israelites ate, danced, sang, played instruments, prayed, and offered sacrifices to God. 

  • While celebrating the Feast of Harvest, the Israelites thanked God for abundantly providing for their physical and spiritual needs— including the way into relationship with Him. 

  • The New Testament significance of the Feast of Harvest began with a great harvest of 3,000 souls by the coming of the promised Holy Spirit, who continues to harvest souls today.


Connect as a family

Set aside an evening to remember and celebrate as a family. Just as the Israelite celebrations revolved around feasts, create a “feast” for your family. Eat something special and spend time remembering what God has done in the life of your family and in each of you individually. Read Psalm 145. When you’re finished reading, tell your children that this week in church they will have another opportunity to remember and celebrate all that God has done in their lives. 

After reading the Scripture passage, discuss these questions together:

  • What are some ways God has provided for you? 

  • How do you feel knowing that God will always provide for you? 

  • How will you thank God today for His abundant provision in your life?

These questions can easily extend into the rest of the week. Look for opportunities to bring conversations about God's provision into your everyday life as a family. 



Blessings are often used in the Bible. Bible. A blessing can be a prayer of commission, a portion of Scripture, or words to encourage and guide.

A blessing to pray over your child:

(Child’s name), may our God provide you with love, joy, peace, and comfort this week! He is our abundant provider and we can always trust Him.