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Contentment is learning to be
okay with what you have.

Week One

Be Content

Philippians 4:11b-13

God can help you be content.


Week Two

King Ahab and Naboth's Vineyard

1 Kings 21:1-19, 27

Wanting what others have can make you miserable.


Week Three

Israelites Long for Egypt

Exodus 16:2-21; 17:1-7

Don't miss out on what you have now.


Week Four

Give Freely to the Lord's People

2 Corinthians 8:1-5

You can always use what you have to help someone else.


"Then he said to them, 'Watch out! Be on your guard against wanting to have more and more things. Life is not made up of how much a person has.'"

Luke 12:15, NIrV


Morning Time

Start your kid’s day off with encouragement by acknowledging some area of life (school, sports, hobby, etc.) where you see them trying really hard.

Drive Time

While on the go, ask your child: "Let’s talk about the favorite games we like to play. You go first." Then tell them something you liked to play when you were their age.

Meal Time

At a meal this week, talk about the definition of contentment (learning to be okay with what you have). What are some creative ways you can upcycle or use the things you already have to create the things you wish you had?

Bed Time

Pray for each other: "God, help us to be content with what we have. When we are tempted to want more, give us wisdom to know the difference between what we need and what we want."

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