(For Kids) The Parent Cue handout is a free tool given every Sunday following the Kid’s services. It includes the monthly & weekly themes, memory verses and some family discussion and activity ideas.
(For Students) The Parent Cue is sent to you via email at the beginning of every new series in the student services. It includes what we are teaching, some things to think about and even some things to try. Make sure you student fills out a connection card at their service to get them on the list.
Check out all the amazing resources available at theparentcue.org.
The Parent Cue App is a paid app and is available on the iTunes App Store as well as the Google Play Store. It includes the same material as the handout but also breaks down lessons week by week. Some additional resources available in the app include video bible stories and weekly reminders to connect with your kids. Download the app by clicking here.
Westside offers a number of workshops throughout the year at an event called "Westside University." Offered the month before Growth Groups begin, Westside University includes a number of different workshops to help you and your family grow in their faith.
Families with children of all ages now have unlimited access to an enormous library of entertaining and education Bible-based content for kids! It also includes a HUGE library of faith-based videos that you can access whenever and wherever you want —on your phone, tablet, computer, or at home on your TV. It’s like the "Netflix of Spiritual Development” for you and your family. Get your free account by clicking here.
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Every person in your home is at their own stage of faith exploration. An important part of helping your child or student “find & follow Jesus” is to think about where they are in their journey.
Exploring Are they still exploring who Jesus is? Give them every opportunity to learn more. Bring them to church whenever you are in town.
Beginning Do they believe in Jesus? Use the Parent Cue to begin spiritual conversations with your kiddo. Consider talking to them about baptism.
Growing Do they want to make Jesus more a part of their every day life? Teach them to pray and read their bible.
Expanding Are they wanting to use their talents for Jesus? Look for opportunities for them to serve and volunteer. Consider doing it as a family.