GODQUEST Bible Adventure Workshops is a Bible study designed exclusively for Trinity to meet the needs of our own 1st through 5th grade kids! In GODQUEST, the children work on key themes and concepts of a particular Bible story for a period of several weeks.  This allows the children time to dig deeper into the meaning of the story learning how to apply its principles to their own lives.  Each week, the children rotate to a different workshop. While the main objectives of the study remains constant in each of the workshops, the children get the chance to explore the same story several different ways!  Some of the kid-friendly workshops offered over the course of the year include….ART, DRAMA, MUSIC, GAMES, COMPUTERS, COOKING, SCIENCE, STORYTELLING, VIDEO & MORE!

Our Current Study

GODQUEST
May 16 – June 13

Heroes of Faith

In this rotation, the children will learn about several true heroes who have lived great lives marked by their unswerving commitment to faith in Christ even under challenging circumstances. Through these studies, the children will come to understand that God gives each of us gifts but we must develop them to serve him better. They will see that He wants to be our first priority and we need to obey Him in the small things, if we want to be faithful in big things.

Story: The book of Ruth

Lesson Objectives – Students will:

  • learn about several true heroes who have lived great lives marked by their unswerving commitment to faith in Christ even under challenging circumstances.
  • understand that God gives each of us gifts, but we must develop them in order to serve Him better.
  • see that God wants to be our first priority and other interests must be kept in perspective.
  • realize that we need to obey God in the small things if we want to be faithful in the big things.
  • recite 1 Samuel 2:30 and Colossians 3:17a.
  • enjoy their study; be blessed by the study; have fun!

Eric LiddellFirst a Missionary, Then a Champion
All of Scotland is eager for their running celebrity, Eric Liddell, to sprint past the rest of the world and bring home Olympic gold in the 100-meter race. But when Eric makes the stunning announcement that he won’t race on Sunday because of his religious convictions, he is soon labeled a disgrace and a traitor. See how his famous stand during the 1924 Olympics prepares him for even greater challenges as a missionary to China during World War II.

Gladys AylwardThe Little Woman with a Big God
With war raging about her and soldiers closing in, this brave missionary sets out on the most difficult journey of her life: a 100-mile trek over the mountains to a safe haven. But it’s not her own safety that concerns this little woman with big faith; it’s the safety of the 100 orphans in her care. Gladys Aylward’s strength and faith are stretched to the limit in WWII China.

Samuel Morris – The African Prince who Became a Missionary to America
Young prince Kaboo is being held for ransom by a fierce enemy tribe who ties him to a pole and prepares to finish him off. Suddenly, a blinding light appears, and the ropes fall away! Kaboo hears a voice urging him to run. While stunned warriors look on in fear, Kaboo escapes into the African jungle and stumbles upon a mission complex, where he learns of his heavenly Father who paid the ransom for all! Taking the new name “Samuel Morris,” he follows where the Spirit leads and shares his newfound faith with all who will listen.

Perpetua – The Young Roman Mother who Chooses Christ
It is the year AD 203 in Carthage, North Africa. Perpetua, an affluent young mother, is charged with converting to Christianity and is sent to prison without her baby. Her freedom would be secured easily, if she’ll simply offer one pinch of incense in honor to the Roman gods. What will her decision be? Perpetua’s diary captures one of the most influential, true stories of the Early Church.

Harriet TubmanThe Moses of Her People
Young Harriet Tubman prayed ceaselessly that she and her family would be set free from the oppression of slavery. Little did she know, God would use her and her resolute faith in Jesus to rescue not only her own family, but hundreds of other enslaved African Americans as well in what would come to be called The Underground Railroad. Harriet followed God, became the Moses of her people, and persevered despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

Memory/Quest Verse

Key Memory Verse:
1 Samuel 2:30 – “Those who honor me, I will honor.”

QUEST Memory Verse:
Colossians 3:17a
– “Whatever you do whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord.”