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Teach kids to share faith using Bible App For Kids

Review the conversation guides using know, grow, and show from 3 simple steps to share the Good News.

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1. Engage with the Bible App for Kids together

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BAKThe stories in the app provide the big picture of Scripture—how God is working from Adam and Eve through Christ’s return. (And more stories are being released all the time!) Each narrative also demonstrates how they all fit together into one Big Story so your child can grasp the thread running through the entire Bible.

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God'sGoodNews-06-05-05The beginning screen for each story shows the Scripture reference. Look up these passages together in your Bible (print or digital!) Show your children how to locate the passage in the Bible, and then read the Scripture together before watching the story unfold in the app.

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The more you review the Big Story of Scripture, the more your child will grow in his or her own understanding of the Gospel message. And the better they understand, the easier it will be for them to confidently share the Good News with others.

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2.  Memorize Bible verses together

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Jesus said the Holy Spirit would teach us and remind us of all that He said (John 14:26). One way He does this is through Scriptures we have memorized.

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Tell your children about situations where you haven’t known what to say or do and how God helped you through His Word. As they begin to memorize Scripture, they will begin to experience this for themselves. Make this question a regular part of your conversations: “What verse has God used to help you this week?”

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Begin by memorizing verses that explain the Good News. Be sure to look up the verses together in your Bible or in a Bible app.

Here are some suggested verses. Write these on notecards and keep them handy for reviewing at dinner or while in the car. If you have a family dry erase board, write a verse on the board and then throughout the week erase words!

John 3:16, Romans 3:23, Romans 6:23, Romans 10:9-10, 2 Corinthians 5:21, John 1:12

3. Role play together

Role play conversations where you pretend to be their friends and start off a conversation by being the “friend” asking, “What app are you playing?” Ask your children questions so they can practice how to respond and make sure they are comfortable flipping between stories on their device to show what they know.

The more comfortable they are in talking about the story, the more natural and conversational it will be for them to bring up the topic with their friends.

Remind them that sharing the Big Story with their friends is as simple as a conversation—one that God through the Holy Spirit will help them begin

4. Pray together

Pray together for their friends by name. Keep a stack of notecards near the dinner table and place one friend’s name on each card. Have them write down specific requests for each friend, then pray about those together as a family regularly. Be sure to write down answers to prayer too!

Ask God to give them opportunities to share the Good News with their friends. Pray together for peace, wisdom, and courage to speak up in conversations. Remind them of Paul’s words:

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile.” Romans 1:16.

Above all, encourage them to remember that God is the One who will speak through them and call people to Himself. Sharing this Good News with our friends is a great joy and privilege!

 

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