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Weekly Cues

Week One

Daniel 1

Daniel's Integrity



Be truthful with your whole life.


Week Two

1 John 1:9

No Secrets with God



Being truthful with God keeps you close to Him.

Week Three

2 Kings 5

Naaman and Elisha's Servant



When you're not truthful, you lose trust.


Week Four

Philippians 4:8

Think on These Things



Focus on what's true.


Integrity is choosing to be truthful in whatever you say and do.


“Anyone who lives without blame walks safely. But anyone who takes a crooked path will get caught.”

Proverbs 10:9, NIrV

Daily Cues

Morning Time

Write a note to your child on their mirror or a sticky note on their door saying, "Be brave by being truthful with your whole life." If they ask what you mean, talk to them about being true to who they are and not bending or changing to what their friends behaviors are like. For example, if you see someone not being kind, stand up for what is right.

Drive Time

While in the car, practice celebrating everyones differences. Ask questions about favorite food, favorite music, or favorite movie. Talk about how great it is that we all like different things and be in the same family. We can be honest about the things we like!

Meal Time

Q&A for Kids: Do you think there’s such thing as a little white lie? Why or why not?

Q&A for Parents: How do you think people describe you and your character? How would you want them to describe you?

Bed Time

When you don’t tell the truth, people find out. And when they find out, they might stop trusting you. Your teachers might not give you as many privileges. Your friends may not want to hang out with you. Bottom line: it’s always better to be truthful. Pray for each other, that God will give you the courage to be truthful with the people in your life.

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