We all want to be strong and courageous. We all want to say we would be brave when faced with fear. But how? What can help us be brave? How can our preschoolers be strong and courageous Super Kids
without the capes and super powers we see in the movies? This month we plan on giving preschoolers the answers to all of these questions.
We want our preschoolers to grow up knowing that they can be brave because God is with them. How awesome would it be if preschoolers began thinking, ‘God can help me be brave,’ when they are afraid to walk into the dentist office or talk to a new friend at school. Rather than shy away, they can go for it! And, they don’t even
need a cape or a mask!
On Sunday weeones heard the story of Daniel 6:1-23 –
God protects Daniel when he is thrown into a lions’ den for praying to God instead of the king.
“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid . . .
for the Lord your God goes with you.”
DEUTERONOMY 31:6, NIV
SAY THIS TO REMIND YOUR CHILD OF SUNDAY’S STORY:
Who can help you be brave?
GOD CAN HELP ME BE BRAVE.
GOD LOVES ME.
DO THIS TO REMIND YOUR CHILD OF SUNDAY’S STORY:
When you go into your child’s room this month, say, “Good morning! If you’re ready to be strong and courageous, let me see your super kid pose. (Strike a superhero pose.) And who is always with us, helping us be strong and courageous? God is always with us!”