Learning, worshipping, and serving at church on Sunday mornings is a great start, but it takes a true partnership of church and home to build an everyday faith in children
Attend BLAST Worship on the 1st Sunday of each month: Let your child see you sing, pray, receive communion, and praise God as you learn about the next month’s BLAST virtue together. Talk about what you learned and experienced on your way home and throughout the week.
Use the “Take It Home” Cards and Bibles: Find a spot on your kitchen table for the “Take It Home” BLAST card holder and weekly cards. Make time during meals, before bed, or even in the car to read the weekly Bible story and discuss the questions on the card together. You can also use the card to help your child memorize the monthly verse.
Listen to BLAST Music: On the 1st Sunday of the month, the Renew Band and BLAST Children lead worship with songs that reflect the BLAST virtues. Every family will be provided with a BLAST music CD so that you can listen to the songs and learn them at home.
Check out www.Studio252.tv: Help your child sign up for this fun,interactive website filled with Bible stories, videos, activities, music and games to enhance Sunday morning BLAST learning all week long. Studio252.tv is FREE! Contact Courtney for our church code.
Subscribe for regular email updates from www.theparentcue.org and receive great parenting resources from the creators of the BLAST curriculum
The Parent Cue is full of parenting resources including articles, videos and even a link to the “Parent Cue” app for smart phones. The app has videos, games, music and discussion questions about the BLAST virtue and Bible story, as well as parenting articles and podcasts
Grow In Faith Yourself: In the Pathfinder newsletter you will find information about adult classes offered throughout the year. New this year is ParentConnect, an opportunity for parents to learn together, discuss parenting topics, and enjoy each other's company in large and small group formats. In addition, CFUMC is partnering with the Chelsea School District to present a Parenting Education Series.