High Voltage Kids: High Voltage Elementary

An ongoing curriculum for elementary

Builds strong biblical kids by teaching deep Christian topics in a relevant and palatable way. Empowers volunteers by enabling leaders to teach and relate as opposed to constant discipline and redirection. Saves your budget by being freely available. High Voltage Kids has been creating Elementary Curriculum for nearly 20 years. It is created by Kids Pastors who are weekly involved in the local church, so you know it is highly effective and relevant. To purchase their latest curriculum, please visit www.highvoltagekids.com



Studies

Deal or No Deal

Deal or No Deal

Biblical principals for handling money

I remember when I got my first allowance as a child. “I’m rich!”, I thought. I made a list of all the things I would buy for ME! I never once thought about the Creator who had blessed me with that money or considered what He would have me to do with it. Let’s face it, human beings are naturally selfish. As babies, our first word is often, “MINE!” We hold on to what is “ours” and don’t want to let go of it. Sadly, that same mentality is carried over into adulthood. God has a plan for our lives, including our money and our STUFF. Too often our children are bombarded with messages from the world about how they need to try to acquire as much material possessions and money as possible. After all, that is how we measure one’s importance, right? Not according to God. God says that we should put His Kingdom first in all things, including our money. Instead of seeking after money and STUFF, we should be seeking after Him. If we do that, He will take care of all the needs in our lives and make sure that His children are blessed. As my staff and I put together this series, we knew it would make an eternal impact. As children are taught to use their money as tools for evangelism and building the Kingdom of God, many lives will be won to Christ as a result of their investment. I hope you enjoy teaching your children these lessons on tithing and stewardship and are challenged in your own lives in these areas. I know I was.

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Dress Up

Dress Up

A 7 week series Learning how to "clothe ourselves in Jesus Christ"

Kids love to play “dress up” all the time. They can “dress up” and pretend to be ANYTHING they want—a policeman, a princess, a cowboy, a nurse – whatever! When they play “dress up”, they can put on any set of clothes and instantly become someone or something else! There’s another kind of “dress up”, too. When you have somewhere really im- portant to go – like church, a banquet, or maybe a wedding – you put on your best clothes, right? You DRESS UP! This series is about clothing, but it is not about shirts and pants and all that kind of stuff. We are learning about what the Bible teaches us in Romans 13:14, “Clothe yourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ...” When we “clothe ourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ...”, we are “dressing up” in the things that make us more like Jesus. When people look at our lives, they will INSTANTLY know we are Christians by what they see in our lives. They should see love, humility, gentleness, forgiveness, kindness, mercy – things like that. It’s not about the outward clothes we wear. Clothing ourselves in the Lord Jesus Christ is about what people see in your words, actions, and character. We must “Clothe ourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ” so that people will see Jesus in us! We hope you and your kids will enjoy this series that takes a crazy twist on clothing and teaches how to clothe ourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ.

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