Big Truth:

God is Powerful

Jeremiah 10:12; 27:5; Isaiah 40:26; 44:24; Matthew 8:27; Deuteronomy 3:22-24; Psalm 27:1; Isaiah 41:4-5; 2 Chronicles 32:7-8; John 16:33; Ephesians 1:21; 1 Corinthians 15:55-57

Bible Verse:

Ah, Lord GOD! It is you who have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and by your outstretched arm! Nothing is too hard for you. 

Jeremiah 32:17

Big Ideas:

  • God is more powerful than creation.
  • God is more powerful than our fears.
  • God is more powerful than death.

Bible Passage:

John 11


“God is.” God exists. There is only one God, and He is the only one worthy of our worship and praise. And, by His grace and mercy, He has made Himself known to us. We do not worship one who is distant from us or who is uninvolved with His creation. This series walks through nine attributes– nine realities that unpack who God is. These realities are so foundational that preschoolers can learn them, and yet are so deep that they impact and inform every aspect of our lives throughout our entire lives.

During the summer, elementary through high school are aligned under the same Big Truths, Bible passages, and Big Ideas as we invite families to return to the foundational truths of who God is.

View tips to teach and talk in this series here!

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Every student should know that:

  • There is only one true God, and He is good.
  • We can know God because He has made Himself known through creation and Word.
  • God alone is our source of life and joy.

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Every student should strive to:

  • Memorize the Bible verse each week about who God is.
  • Pray that God would open their hearts and minds to know Him more.
  • Tell someone else about the God who is.

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Every student should feel:

  • Loved by God, and thankful for His love for us.
  • Broken over the depth of our sin against God.
  • Joy in Jesus, the only Son of God who came to save us.

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Every student should want to:

  • Learn more about the God who has made Himself known.
  • Repent of their sin and of the lies they believe about God.
  • Cling to God as the source of truth.