BECOME || picture of a disciple: Moses, A Totally Transformed Worldview

black and white realistic scientific illustration of the frog lifecycle
(black and white realistic scientific illustration of the frog lifecycle, source)
  • What do you think the word “worldview” means?
  • Why do you think people see the world differently? How can two people look at the same thing (for example: an unsheltered person, an immigrant, a police officer) and see it so differently?
  • How or why did Moses’ worldview change from the beginning to the end of his story?
  • What do you think God’s worldview or vision for the world is?
  • God is always asking us to learn and grow and change our worldview until it becomes more and more like the way God sees the world. How does God change your worldview?
  • Play Dough Pictionary: transform lumps of play dough into something new while your teammates or family members guess what you’re sculpting.
cute colorful caterpillar with big cartoon eyes made from play dough
(cute colorful caterpillar with big cartoon eyes made from play dough, source)
  • Frog Transformation Competition: Review the frog metamorphosis cycle. Starting with eggs, players can act as the egg mass by squatting low and saying “giggle-wiggly” while shaking their bodies. Then, players can move up to the tadpole stage by standing straight up with arms tight at their sides, swaying side to side and saying, “wiggle-wiggle”. As the tadpole sprouts legs, players extend arms out and make a fish-face sucking sound. Players then transform into frogs by hopping and saying, “ribbit-ribbit” or mimicking what local frogs say. As a fun game extension, add on a final phase of transforming your frog into a prince or princess with the classic screw-in-a-lightbulb wave. The players transform from stage to stage in the game by playing rock-paper-scissors. Each player should be doing the motions and sounds for their stage, everyone starting as eggs. Two players in the same stage approach each other and play a round of rock-paper-scissors. The player that wins moves to the next stage while the player that loses moves back a stage. The game repeats itself until no more matches can be made or as time allows. (source)

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Written by Lauren Gibbs-Beadle @firstpreskidshayward Children’s Ministries @firstpreshayward | educator, creative, parent | she/her

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