Hey parents!

At City Chapel, we don't babysit kids on Sunday mornings. We empower families to raise up kids who love Jesus. That's why we have this resource to help you, as the parent, bring the teaching from Sunday morning to your dinner table.

Please read over the content with your kids and discuss how the lesson applies to their lives.

Be sure to check the challenge at the end. Thank you for taking the time to invest in your children's spiritual growth!

For toddlers (3-5 yrs)

IN THE CAR:  Ask your child what they learned about this week:

       In class today, we continue our teaching on Moses and God’s people. Moses and the Israelites crossed the Red Sea to safety. Moses goes up to the mountain to talk to God. He comes down with two tablets that revealed God’s Ten Commandments for the people.

Superbook | Let my people go

AT DINNER: Here are some great discussion starters

-Who was left in charge when Moses went up the Mount Sinai?

-What did Moses bring back with him when he came down the mountain?

-What do we call God’s rule?

PARENT TIME:  What you need to know:

God called Moses to Mount Sinai. At the mountain, God revealed to Moses the Ten Commandments which is a set of rules given to the people to follow. God wrote it on two stone tablets that Moses brought down from the mountain to reveal to the people.


    Read the complete story of Moses and how God used him to save the Israelites (Exodus 19-20).



IN THE CAR:  Ask your child what they learned about this week:   

Today we went back to the oldest book in the bible, The Book of Job. It’s a story about a man who suffered through the worst thing imaginable but his faith in God did not waiver. At the end, God showed Job that he can trust him in all situations.


AT DINNER: Here are some great discussion starters:

1. What happened to Job’s animals?

 2. What happened to Job’s children?

 3. What did Job’s wife tell him he should do?

 4. Why did Job’s friends think that he did something wrong?

 5. What happened at the end?


PARENT TIME:  What you need to know:

This story shows us that God can be trusted through the worst things that happens to our lives. He is all knowing and all powerful. He created the world and everything in it. He knows our past and our tomorrow. He doesn’t bless us because we do something good. He blesses us because he loves us.


Open up your bible with your child(ren) and read the full story of Job (Job 1-42)