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Parent Cue Sheet

Voices Series


Here is an overview of what we’re talking about. Listed below the summary is a “parent cue” to help you dialog with your child about the series. The question is intended not just to be asked by you, but to be responded to by BOTH of you. Use this opportunity to find out what God is teaching your child, and allow your child to see what God is teaching you as well.



This is going to sound weird, but every one of us hears voices in our heads. It’s the voices that say, “Life would be easier if only I could or had . . . ” It’s the voices that whisper when we look in the mirror or compare ourselves to someone else. These voices are trying to lead each one of us somewhere, but is it somewhere we really want to go? Or is there a better voice to follow? Yes, there is a voice that has our best in mind. A voice that knew us before we uttered our first cry. A voice that is designed not to bring out the worst in us, but the best.

Session One: Static (8/10/2011)

There are voices in your head. Whispers when you look in the mirror or at people around you. Words luring you to find something better than where you are. In fact, it is the pull of these voices that get us off track. Behind the voices is an Enemy, Satan. His mission is your destruction. His whispers and words can completely mess with how we see ourselves and our world—unless we start listening to a better voice, God’s, and work with Him to silence the voice of the Enemy.  

Session One Parent Cue: What are some of the words and comments that you hear every day? Which of those do you think are designed to make you who God wants you to be, or which of those are designed to pull you away or tear you down from who God wants you to be?

Session Two: Wish You Were Here (8/17/2011)

Most of us can recall a time when the Enemy’s voice lured us into a temptation that appeared too good to resist. On the other side, we see the error of our ways, but at the time, the whispers seemed impossible to ignore. The lies and the deception we are so quick to believe often have to do with the character of God. Is He holding out on me? Does He want me to be miserable? Are all of these rules keeping me from being truly happy? And the Enemy steadily and stealthily whispers, “Yes.” Our battle with the Enemy comes down to this one thing—whose voice do we trust? Are we willing to surrender a sense of wonder in our big God for the voice of empty promises coming from the one who is set on our destruction? In our own lives, whose voice do we allow to get the last word?

Session Two Parent Cue: Do you feel like you have been trapped by the enemy? As parents what is something we can do to help you listen to the right voices and not those of the enemy? Do you trust us?

Session Three: Totaled (8/31/2011)

Look in the mirror long enough, and it’s easy to pick apart the things you see. It starts with your looks, moves to your abilities, then your worth, your purpose, and before long it’s hard to know why anyone even gives you the time of day. The condemning voices certainly are convincing voices. But they aren’t God’s. God calls Gideon—an unassuming, and formerly nameless Jewish boy—a “mighty warrior”. And God calls us—just as unassuming, and sometimes nameless—His. Imagine if students left middle school and high school believing that. Imagine if we, as adults, started living like we knew that. Do we let the Enemy’s voice skew our thoughts and twist our value? Or do we trust God’s freeing declaration that in Him, we are enough? We are worthy? We are accepted? Then what would it take to start acting like it?

Session Three Parent Cue: Do you believe that God loves and cares for you just the way you are? We love and care for you as our child we want you to feel good about yourself. What are some areas in which the enemy tells you, you are not good enough? Do you believe those lies? Why?

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