May 2020 - Week 4 Elementary Parent Cue
WEEK FOUR
ACTS 6:1-7:60
Stephen
SAY THIS:
Keep going because God
knows the end of the story.
REMEMBER THIS:
"Let us not become tired of doing good.
At the right time we will gather a
crop if we don't give up."

GALATIANS 6:9, NIrV
DO THIS:

 DRIVE TIME


Play a game by telling your kids to think of a scale from 1-10. One being the easiest and 10 the absolute hardest. Think of things that require determination and rate that on the scale. For example, learning a new instrument is a level 6 or not eating candy for a day is level 2. Afterwards, ask them what is something they are determined to finish by the end of the school year or summer.

DETERMINATION:
DECIDING IT'S WORTH IT TO FINISH WHAT YOU STARTED
FROM PARENT CUE:
DETERMINED PARENTS
By Carey Nieuwhof

Most great things take time. And without determination, we’ll never see them realized.As a parent, you might need to become determined to teach values like determination. Rarely will a child pick up on what’s important on first try, and even if they embrace it early, it’s easy to get discouraged and follow a different course down the road. This isn’t just true in instilling determination in your child—it’s true of virtually everything that’s important.

All of this to simply say this: Don’t get discouraged if you didn’t succeed this week, or this month. So next week, next month, and next year, chip away at determination and encourage your family to do the same. Down the road, the payoff stands to be significant . . .

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