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Weekly Cues

Week One

Matthew 22:36-40

Greatest Commandment



Love God. Love others.


Week Two

Luke 12:13-21

Bigger Barns



Share what you have.


Week Three

Proverbs 6:6-8

Ant and Sluggard



Work hard.

Week Four

Matthew 25:14-30

Parable of the Bags of Gold



Make the most of what you've been given.


Week Five

Ephesians 4:29

Use Words Wisely



Use your words wisely.


Responsibility is showing you can be trusted with what is expected of you.


"Suppose you can be trusted with something very little. Then you can also be trusted with something very large."

Luke 16:10a, NIrV

Daily Cues

Morning Time

Pick one thing that you usually do for your child in the morning and let them take charge and be responsible for it. Making sure they have everything for school? Encourage them to prepare the night before and have their bag ready. Making lunch? Teach them to do this and again, work on it the night before. Tell them that you trust they can do this!

Drive Time

While in the car ask your child, "What is something you would like to be responsible for?" If it is within reason, work on a plan for you child to start that responsibility.

Meal Time

Q&A for Kids: What is something you’re responsible for that you really enjoy doing? What is something you’re responsible for that you really don’t enjoy doing?

Q&A for Parents: When you were a kid, what kind of responsibilities did you have around the house?

Bed Time

Share with each other what you think your "work" is. Solomon says that a wise person doesn't need a lot of reminders to work hard and throw all their effort into a project. Instead, they get the reward of a job well done. What do you think is your reward when you put good effort into your work? Pray that you would find joy in putting your heart and soul into your work.

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