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Unit 10: The Big Build
Think about some of the most popular toys ever—Legos®, Lincoln Logs®, Building Blocks. These are classic and timeless toys! Why? Because people have always enjoyed building things. During “The Big Build” series, kids will have a chance to put their building skills to use while they hear stories about how God used ordinary people to build the early Church.
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Unit 11: Battle Squids
The ocean—it’s the last truly unexplored corner of the Earth! Deep beneath the water’s surface, in the darkest depths of the sea, are the “Squidudes” and “Squidettes”—two squads of squids battling to get their tentacles on the last few fish in the ocean. In order to win the “Feast of Fish,” the two squads will have a fishy faceoff filled with wisdom from the Book of Proverbs. Be sure to get your sea legs under you—this will be a battle of Biblical proportions!
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Unit 12: Riddle Rangers
To their friends and family, they’re known as Zack and Jada— two ordinary kids who love to do ordinary things. But when they put their heads together, they’re known as the “Riddle Rangers”—an extraordinary duo who travel the world, solving riddles and puzzles with the guidance of their friend and mentor, Professor Covington. Their most recent adventure has taken them deep into the jungles of Peru to a mysterious cave packed with cryptic writings. During the “Riddle Rangers” series, kids will become a part of this riddle-filled adventure—an adventure that ultimately leads to the greatest Truth the world has ever known.
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Unit 1: It's a Whatsit
It’s a Whatsit! What’s a Whatsit? Whatever you want it to be! During the “It’s a Whatsit” series, a new “Whatsit” will be revealed each week. To the average person, the Whatsit might look like an everyday household item, but toss in a little bit of imagination and the Whatsit can become a sword, an apple, a giant man-eating sloth, or just about anything you want it to be. Kids will be challenged to use the Whatsit in a dozen different and creative ways to make the earliest stories in the Bible come alive.
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Unit 2: Snapshot
What kid doesn’t love hamming it up in front of a camera from time to time? During the “Snapshot” series, kids will be encouraged to do just that. By striking different fun and creative poses throughout the lessons, kids will help tell the stories of the Israelites’ journey through the wilderness and into the Promised Land. More than that, kids will get an unforgettable snapshot of God’s enduring love and faithfulness through the deserts of life.