IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO DO CAMPOUTRAGEOUS ONLINE!
We are so excited you and your family to go through the CampOutragous Online experience together! Below, you will find the family blueprints, videos for your child’s age group, and resources to make this experience interactive, fun, and outrageous! This will be a time of learning and growth for your child. Don’t forget: these online resources are only available until August 31, so make sure to complete all the activities you want to participate in before then. Thank you for being a part of CampOutrageous Online!

My Child Made a decision for Christ!

As you journeyed through CampOutrageous Online, we hope the lessons, crafts, recreation, and other activities made an eternal impact on you and your family. We also pray that this week encouraged your family to have more discussions about the Gospel. If your child is interested in becoming a Christian, there are resources below to help you walk them through making that decision. If you have questions or if your child decides to follow Christ, please contact our Children’s Ministry at 901-347-5510 or 4th+5th Grade Ministry at 901-347-5690.

We are so excited for you and your family to go through the CampOutrageous online experience together! Below, you will find your daily blueprint, videos for your child’s age group, and resources to make this experience interactive, fun, and a time of learning and growth for your child! Thank you for being a part of CampOutrageous online! 

HOW TO USE YOUR CAMPOUTRAGEOUS RESOURCES
  • Review each Daily Blueprint in advance to help you plan ahead
  • Videos will release Monday–Thursday prior to 9:30 a.m. with music, teaching, recreation, and more!
  • As you view the videos, use your Daily Blueprint to guide your discussions and activities.

DAY ONe

PRESCHOOL

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards kindergarteners and below and is approximately 45 minutes long.

CHILDREN

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards 1st–3rd graders and is approximately 45 minutes long.

4TH+5th grade

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards 4th+5th graders and is approximately 45 minutes long.

DAY ONE blueprint

Want a digital copy of today’s activities? Click on the dropdown menus below to learn more about each activity. For a printable version of the week’s blueprint, click the button at the top of the page!

PRESCHOOL

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Love—Jesus Chose Matthew

Scripture: Matthew 9:9–13

Big Idea: Jesus chooses to love me.

1. Why did Jesus eat at Matthew’s house?

2. Why do you think some people were unhappy that Jesus ate at Matthew’s house?

3. How can you love others like Jesus does?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

1. COIN CATCH

Instructions: Hold the coin on your elbow. Reach down quickly to catch it. Once you successfully catch one, add a second coin and repeat. Keep adding coins until you get to 10 successful catches. The goal is to catch all of them within one minute, or the person with the most coins caught in one minute wins.

Supplies: Stopwatch and 10 pennies (or any same currency coins)

2. ON THE EDGE

Instructions: Using blue tape or masking tape, create a boundary at the end of your table. Push as many coins as you can across the table into that boundary within one minute. The person with the most coins touching the tape but still on the table wins.

Supplies: Stopwatch, 20–30 pennies (or any same currency coins), table, and tape

3. OUTRAGEOUS OBSTACLE COURSE

Instructions: Set up your own obstacle course and use any household objects as obstacles. You can compete as individuals or separate into teams. You can also start inside your house and move outside if set up accordingly.

Supplies: Household items

Examples:

• Crawling under chairs

• Putting pillows on the floor and playing that the floor is “lava”

• Tape or string across the hallway as “laser beams”

• Obstacles to dribble a ball through (stuffed animals or plastic cups)

• Use empty milk/juice jugs as something to knock down by bowling

• Balance a bag of potato chips on your head as you walk from Point A to Point B

• Scoot on the floor inside a cardboard box

• Nerf gun or rubber band shooting

• Tape lines on the floor to balance or walk on

• Limbo

• Blanket and ball toss

• Come up with a mental quiz to complete correctly before advancing to the next obstacle

CRAFT

ALUMINUM FOIL FRAME

Supplies: Cereal box, heavy duty aluminum foil or aluminum foil tape (sold at hardware stores), glue stick, Scotch tape, pencil, and Sharpie markers.

Directions:

1. Cut out picture frame from cereal box.

2. Cover the frame with glue (glue stick).

3. Lay a sheet of aluminum foil on the frame and press to stick to frame.

4. Cut an X in the center and fold back the foil.

5. Tape all the edges in the back of the frame.

6. Use a dull pencil to carve any design you choose on your frame.

7. Take Sharpie markers to color if you choose.

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Love: Today, we learned that Jesus chose to love Matthew, and He chooses to love us, too! Your photo frame looks like sheet metal, which is a material used in construction. Take a photo to remind yourself of your special week at CampOutrageous Online and display it in your frame!

CHILDREN

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Love—Jesus Chose Matthew

Scripture: Matthew 9:9–13

Big Idea: Jesus chooses to love me. I don’t have to earn it.

1. Why did people not like Matthew?

2. Why did Jesus call Matthew to be His disciple?

3. How does God show His love for you?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

1. COIN CATCH

Instructions: Hold the coin on your elbow. Reach down quickly to catch it. Once you successfully catch one, add a second coin and repeat. Keep adding coins until you get to 10 successful catches. The goal is to catch all of them within one minute, or the person with the most coins caught in one minute wins.

Supplies: Stopwatch and 10 pennies (or any same currency coins)

2. ON THE EDGE

Instructions: Using blue tape or masking tape, create a boundary at the end of your table. Push as many coins as you can across the table into that boundary within one minute. The person with the most coins touching the tape but still on the table wins.

Supplies: Stopwatch, 20–30 pennies (or any same currency coins), table, and tape

3. OUTRAGEOUS OBSTACLE COURSE

Instructions: Set up your own obstacle course and use any household objects as obstacles. You can compete as individuals or separate into teams. You can also start inside your house and move outside if set up accordingly.

Supplies: Household items

Examples:

• Crawling under chairs

• Putting pillows on the floor and playing that the floor is “lava”

• Tape or string across the hallway as “laser beams”

• Obstacles to dribble a ball through (stuffed animals or plastic cups)

• Use empty milk/juice jugs as something to knock down by bowling

• Balance a bag of potato chips on your head as you walk from Point A to Point B

• Scoot on the floor inside a cardboard box

• Nerf gun or rubber band shooting

• Tape lines on the floor to balance or walk on

• Limbo

• Blanket and ball toss

• Come up with a mental quiz to complete correctly before advancing to the next obstacle

CRAFT

ALUMINUM FOIL FRAME

Supplies: Cereal box, heavy duty aluminum foil or aluminum foil tape (sold at hardware stores), glue stick, Scotch tape, pencil, and Sharpie markers.

Directions:

1. Cut out picture frame from cereal box.

2. Cover the frame with glue (glue stick).

3. Lay a sheet of aluminum foil on the frame and press to stick to frame.

4. Cut an X in the center and fold back the foil.

5. Tape all the edges in the back of the frame.

6. Use a dull pencil to carve any design you choose on your frame.

7. Take Sharpie markers to color if you choose.

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Love: Today, we learned that Jesus chose to love Matthew, and He chooses to love us, too! Your photo frame looks like sheet metal, which is a material used in construction. Take a photo to remind yourself of your special week at CampOutrageous Online and display it in your frame!

4TH+5TH GRADE

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Love—Jesus Chose Matthew
Scripture: Matthew 9:9–13
Big Idea: Jesus chooses to love me. I can’t earn it.
1. If you were one of the people watching Jesus spend time with Matthew, how would you have responded in that moment?
2. How are you like Matthew?
3. Can someone earn a relationship with Jesus? Why or why not?
Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

1. COIN CATCH

Instructions: Hold the coin on your elbow. Reach down quickly to catch it. Once you successfully catch one, add a second coin and repeat. Keep adding coins until you get to 10 successful catches. The goal is to catch all of them within one minute, or the person with the most coins caught in one minute wins.

Supplies: Stopwatch and 10 pennies (or any same currency coins)

2. ON THE EDGE

Instructions: Using blue tape or masking tape, create a boundary at the end of your table. Push as many coins as you can across the table into that boundary within one minute. The person with the most coins touching the tape but still on the table wins.

Supplies: Stopwatch, 20–30 pennies (or any same currency coins), table, and tape

3. OUTRAGEOUS OBSTACLE COURSE

Instructions: Set up your own obstacle course and use any household objects as obstacles. You can compete as individuals or separate into teams. You can also start inside your house and move outside if set up accordingly.

Supplies: Household items

Examples:

• Crawling under chairs

• Putting pillows on the floor and playing that the floor is “lava”

• Tape or string across the hallway as “laser beams”

• Obstacles to dribble a ball through (stuffed animals or plastic cups)

• Use empty milk/juice jugs as something to knock down by bowling

• Balance a bag of potato chips on your head as you walk from Point A to Point B

• Scoot on the floor inside a cardboard box

• Nerf gun or rubber band shooting

• Tape lines on the floor to balance or walk on

• Limbo

• Blanket and ball toss

• Come up with a mental quiz to complete correctly before advancing to the next obstacle

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

FOUNDATION OF LOVE:

Today, we learned that Jesus chose to love Matthew, and He chooses to love us, too! Your photo frame looks like sheet metal, which is a material used in construction. Take a photo to remind yourself of your special week at CampOutrageous Online and display it in your frame!

Bonus Activity: Marshmallow High Rise
Supplies: Marshmallows, spaghetti noodles, flat surface
Instructions: Construct the tallest tower out of spaghetti noodles and marshmallows.
Connection: “In order to make a sturdy marshmallow high-rise, you must have a good foundation. Today, we are learning about how Jesus chose His disciples with the foundation of love. He didn’t choose them because of how great they were or how liked they were by other people. Jesus chose them because He loved them.”

CRAFT

ALUMINUM FOIL FRAME

Supplies: Cereal box, heavy duty aluminum foil or aluminum foil tape (sold at hardware stores), glue stick, Scotch tape, pencil, and Sharpie markers.

Directions:

1. Cut out picture frame from cereal box.

2. Cover the frame with glue (glue stick).

3. Lay a sheet of aluminum foil on the frame and press

to stick to frame.

4. Cut an X in the center and fold back the foil.

5. Tape all the edges in the back of the frame.

6. Use a dull pencil to carve any design you choose

on your frame.

7. Take Sharpie markers to color if you choose.

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

TAKING THE NEXT STEP

If your child prayed to receive Christ during CampOutrageous Online, we would love to celebrate with you! Please click the link below to share with us, and one of our ministers will follow up with you. 

DAY TWO

PRESCHOOL

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards kindergarteners and below and is approximately 45 minutes long.

CHILDREN

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards 1st–3rd graders and is approximately 45 minutes long.

4TH+5th grade

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards 4th+5th graders and is approximately 45 minutes long.

DAY TWO blueprint

Want a digital copy of today’s activities? Click on the dropdown menus below to learn more about each activity. For a printable version of the week’s blueprint, click the button at the top of the page!

PRESCHOOL

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Forgiveness—Paul Listened and Obeyed

Scripture: Acts 26:1–20

Big Idea: Jesus loves me no matter what.

1. When was a time you did something wrong and how do you think it made God feel?

2. It is so great to know Jesus will forgive us. Why do you think Jesus wants to forgive us even though we mess up and sin?

3. How should we act differently knowing Jesus has forgiven us?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

RECREATION

1. SPEED STACKING

Instructions: Stack 21 cups into a pyramid as fast as you can. Then, put them all back together.

Supplies: Stopwatch and plastic Solo cups or other stackable cups

2. AIR POWER

Instructions: Stack 20 cups in a row on the edge of a table. Blow up a regular balloon and let the air out to knock over the cups. First one to knock over the cups using only the air from inside of the balloon wins.

Supplies: Plastic Solo cups and balloons

3. POUR OUT RELAY

Instructions: Split into two equal teams. Start with two buckets at the front of the line: one bucket full of water and one bucket completely empty. Each team will stand in a straight line behind their buckets. Set a timer for 5-10 minutes. The first person in line will dip water from the bucket into their cup. Then, they will pass the full cup of water over their head to next person behind them and so on until they pass the cup all the way down the line to the end. The person at the end of the line will hold the cup on their head while the rest of the team lays on the ground. The last person then pours the water into the cup of the person on the ground next to them, thus reversing the order of the line. That person will then stand up and pour the water from their cup into the empty cup of next person and so forth until you reach the end (original front of the line) again. The last person will pour whatever water is remaining into the empty bucket at the finish line. Repeat until time runs out. The team with the most water at the end wins.

Supplies: Stopwatch, 4 identical buckets/miniature trashcans (2 buckets per team), and cups for each person in the line

CRAFT

WASHER NECKLACE/BACKPACK TAG

Supplies: Washers 5/16”x1–1/2” or larger, Sharpies of all colors, string/yarn/ribbon, and small craft beads or colorful straws cut into small pieces

Directions:

1. Color whatever design you choose onto the washer with a permanent maker. You can also color and then scratch off the color with a paper clip or screwdriver to give it a little extra sparkle! Add Phil 1:6 reference onto the back of the washer.

2. Add the string/yarn/ribbon to the washer by doubling the string and looping it through the center hole. Then, pull the ends through the loop. Add some beads if you would like.

3. Tie the ends together to wear your awesome creation!

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Forgiveness: Today, we learned that Paul listened to Jesus and obeyed Him. In order to listen and obey, Paul needed to follow Jesus’ instructions. Now, you need to listen to the instructions on how to make a washer necklace, also used as a backpack tag. A washer is a tool used to distribute the load of a threaded fastener, such as a bolt or nut. Your washer craft will remind you that Jesus loves you no matter what!

CHILDREN

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Forgiveness–Paul Listened and Obeyed

Scripture: Acts 26:1–29

Big Idea: Jesus loves me regardless of my sin.

1. Why is it difficult to forgive people when they hurt you?

2. What things did Jesus forgive Paul for?

3. What are some things in your life that you need to ask Jesus to forgive you for?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

RECREATION

1. SPEED STACKING

Instructions: Stack 21 cups into a pyramid as fast as you can. Then, put them all back together.

Supplies: Stopwatch and plastic Solo cups or other stackable cups

2. AIR POWER

Instructions: Stack 20 cups in a row on the edge of a table. Blow up a regular balloon and let the air out to knock over the cups. First one to knock over the cups using only the air from inside of the balloon wins.

Supplies: Plastic Solo cups and balloons

3. POUR OUT RELAY

Instructions: Split into two equal teams. Start with two buckets at the front of the line: one bucket full of water and one bucket completely empty. Each team will stand in a straight line behind their buckets. Set a timer for 5-10 minutes. The first person in line will dip water from the bucket into their cup. Then, they will pass the full cup of water over their head to next person behind them and so on until they pass the cup all the way down the line to the end. The person at the end of the line will hold the cup on their head while the rest of the team lays on the ground. The last person then pours the water into the cup of the person on the ground next to them, thus reversing the order of the line. That person will then stand up and pour the water from their cup into the empty cup of next person and so forth until you reach the end (original front of the line) again. The last person will pour whatever water is remaining into the empty bucket at the finish line. Repeat until time runs out. The team with the most water at the end wins.

Supplies: Stopwatch, 4 identical buckets/miniature trashcans (2 buckets per team), and cups for each person in the line

CRAFT

WASHER NECKLACE/BACKPACK TAG

Supplies: Washers 5/16”x1–1/2” or larger, Sharpies of all colors, string/yarn/ribbon, and small craft beads or colorful straws cut into small pieces

Directions:

1. Color whatever design you choose onto the washer with a permanent maker. You can also color and then scratch off the color with a paper clip or screwdriver to give it a little extra sparkle! Add Phil 1:6 reference onto the back of the washer.

2. Add the string/yarn/ribbon to the washer by doubling the string and looping it through the center hole. Then, pull the ends through the loop. Add some beads if you would like.

3. Tie the ends together to wear your awesome creation!

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Forgiveness: Today, we learned that Paul listened to Jesus and obeyed Him. In order to listen and obey, Paul needed to follow Jesus’ instructions. Now, you need to listen to the instructions on how to make a washer necklace, also used as a backpack tag. A washer is a tool used to distribute the load of a threaded fastener, such as a bolt or nut. Your washer craft will remind you that Jesus loves you no matter what!

4TH+5TH GRADE

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Forgiveness—Paul’s Redemption
Scripture: Acts 26:1–29
Big Idea: Jesus loves me regardless of my sin.

1. Have you ever been forgiven by someone when you didn’t deserve it? How did you respond?
2. How did Jesus show His love for Paul? How did Jesus show His love for you?
3. Paul shared his story with King Agrippa so that he would hear about Jesus. How can you share Jesus with other people?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

1. SPEED STACKING

Instructions: Stack 21 cups into a pyramid as fast as you can. Then, put them all back together.
Supplies: Stopwatch and plastic Solo cups or other stackable cups

2. AIR POWER

Instructions: Stack 20 cups in a row on the edge of a table. Blow up a regular balloon and let the air out to knock over the cups. First one to knock over the cups using only the air from inside of the balloon wins.
Supplies: Plastic Solo cups and balloons

3. POUR OUT RELAY

Instructions: Split into two equal teams. Start with two buckets at the front of the line: one bucket full of water and one bucket completely empty. Each team will stand in a straight line behind their buckets. Set a timer for 5-10 minutes. The first person in line will dip water from the bucket into their cup. Then, they will pass the full cup of water over their head to next person behind them and so on until they pass the cup all the way down the line to the end. The person at the end of the line will hold the cup on their head while the rest of the team lays on the ground. The last person then pours the water into the cup of the person on the ground next to them, thus reversing the order of the line. That person will then stand up and pour the water from their cup into the empty cup of next person and so forth until you reach the end (original front of the line) again. The last person will pour whatever water is remaining into the empty bucket at the finish line. Repeat until time runs out. The team with the most water at the end wins.
Supplies: Stopwatch, 4 identical buckets/miniature trashcans (2 buckets per team), and cups for each person in the line

CRAFT

WASHER NECKLACE/BACKPACK TAG

Supplies: Washers 5/16”x1–1/2” or larger, Sharpies of all colors, string/yarn/ribbon, and small craft beads or colorful straws cut into small pieces
Directions:

1. Color whatever design you choose onto the washer with a permanent maker. You can also color and then scratch off the color with a paper clip or screwdriver to give it a little extra sparkle! Add Phil 1:6 reference onto the back of the washer.

2. Add the string/yarn/ribbon to the washer by doubling the string and looping it through the center hole. Then, pull the ends through the loop. Add some beads if you would like.

3. Tie the ends together to wear your awesome creation!

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Forgiveness:
Today, we learned that Paul listened to Jesus and obeyed Him. In order to listen and obey, Paul needed to follow Jesus’ instructions. Now, you need to listen to the instructions on how to make a washer necklace, also used as a backpack tag. A washer is a tool used to distribute the load of a threaded fastener, such as a bolt or nut. Your washer craft will remind you that Jesus loves you no matter what!

Bonus Activity: Shoot That Ball

Supplies: Trash can or basket, ball, blindfold

Instructions: Compete to make the most shots into the basket blindfolded. Each player gets three shots.

Connection: “In this activity, you were blindfolded and unable to see. In our lesson today, we are going to learn about Paul’s encounter with Jesus on the road to Damascus. Jesus took away Paul’s eyesight to get his attention, and this encounter changed Paul’s life forever.”

TAKING THE NEXT STEP

If your child prayed to receive Christ during CampOutrageous Online, we would love to celebrate with you! Please click the link below to share with us, and one of our ministers will follow up with you. 

DAY THREE

PRESCHOOL

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards kindergarteners and below and is approximately 45 minutes long.

CHILDREN

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards 1st–3rd graders and is approximately 45 minutes long.

4TH+5th grade

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards 4th+5th graders and is approximately 45 minutes long.

DAY THREE blueprint

Want a digital copy of today’s activities? Click on the dropdown menus below to learn more about each activity. For a printable version of the week’s blueprint, click the button at the top of the page!

PRESCHOOL

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Worth—Jesus Prayed in the Garden

Scripture: Matthew 26:36–46

Big Idea: Jesus has a plan for me.

1. What did Jesus pray for when He was in the garden?

2. What did God have planned for Jesus to do?

3. What is Jesus’ plan for you?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

RECREATION

1. COOKIE FACE

Instructions: Place the cookie on your forehead. Move the cookie into your mouth using nothing but your face muscles.

2. CANDY TRUCKIN’

Instructions: Move each color M&M into six different plates/bowls by straw only.

Supplies: Stopwatch, cookies (Oreo’s, Chips Ahoy, etc.), M&Ms, plastic straws, six plates or bowls

3. ULTIMATE RELAY

Instructions: Make at least two teams. Create a relay race area where you can run down and back.

Examples:

• Towel carry: Two people on each side of a towel carry one person down and back.

• Safety First: Add a third person to walk behind as a spotter.

• Hold a ping pong ball, egg, or golf ball on a spoon.

• For older kids, use a spatula or hold the spoon in your mouth.

• Balance a large pillow or teddy bear on your head.

• Hop down and back with ball or balloon in between your legs.

• With a broom, sweep a ball through cones or obstacles.

• Grab a partner and put a ball in between your backs and run together.

• Grab a partner and tie your legs together for a three-legged race.

Optional relay race supplies:

Towels, ping pong ball (or egg or golf ball), spoons, spatula, pillow or stuffed animal, soccer ball or balloons, broom, rope or bandana, cones (or cans)

CRAFT

PRAYER PILLOWCASE
Supplies: Used or new pillowcase, masking tape, Crayola fabric markers or Sharpies, cardboard (you can use a flattened cereal box.)

Directions:

1. Slip cardboard inside of the pillowcase.

2. Tape the edges of the pillowcase to a table.

3. Decorate how you like and don’t forget to put your name on it!

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Worth: Today, we learned that Jesus prayed in the garden. Jesus wanted His disciples to stay awake and PRAY, but they fell asleep. Let’s decorate a pillowcase with the word “PRAY” written on it to remind us to always pray before we go to sleep. We can also draw pictures and decorate it in a way to remind us how to pray! Put our theme verse, Philippians 1:6, and other favorite Bible verses on your pillowcase!

CHILDREN

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Worth—Jesus Prayed in the Garden

Scripture: Matthew 26:36–46

Big Idea: Jesus chose to die for me.

1. Why do you think Jesus asked His Father if there was another way to offer forgiveness?

2. Why do you think Jesus was willing to die on the cross?

3. How much are you worth to Jesus?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

RECREATION

1. COOKIE FACE

Instructions: Place the cookie on your forehead. Move the cookie into your mouth using nothing but your face muscles.

2. CANDY TRUCKIN’

Instructions: Move each color M&M into six different plates/bowls by straw only.

Supplies: Stopwatch, cookies (Oreo’s, Chips Ahoy, etc.), M&Ms, plastic straws, six plates or bowls

3. ULTIMATE RELAY

Instructions: Make at least two teams. Create a relay race area where you can run down and back.

Examples:

• Towel carry: Two people on each side of a towel carry one person down and back.

• Safety First: Add a third person to walk behind as a spotter.

• Hold a ping pong ball, egg, or golf ball on a spoon.

• For older kids, use a spatula or hold the spoon in your mouth.

• Balance a large pillow or teddy bear on your head.

• Hop down and back with ball or balloon in between your legs.

• With a broom, sweep a ball through cones or obstacles.

• Grab a partner and put a ball in between your backs and run together.

• Grab a partner and tie your legs together for a three-legged race.

Optional relay race supplies:

Towels, ping pong ball (or egg or golf ball), spoons, spatula, pillow or stuffed animal, soccer ball or balloons, broom, rope or bandana, cones (or cans)

CRAFT

PRAYER PILLOWCASE
Supplies: Used or new pillowcase, masking tape, Crayola fabric markers or Sharpies, cardboard (you can use a flattened cereal box.)

Directions:

1. Slip cardboard inside of the pillowcase.

2. Tape the edges of the pillowcase to a table.

3. Decorate how you like and don’t forget to put your name on it!

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Worth: Today, we learned that Jesus prayed in the garden. Jesus wanted His disciples to stay awake and PRAY, but they fell asleep. Let’s decorate a pillowcase with the word “PRAY” written on it to remind us to always pray before we go to sleep. We can also draw pictures and decorate it in a way to remind us how to pray! Put our theme verse, Philippians 1:6, and other favorite Bible verses on your pillowcase!

4TH+5TH GRADE

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Jesus Chose Matthew
Scripture: Matthew 9:9-13
Lesson: Jesus chooses to love me.
1. Why did Jesus eat at Matthew’s house?
2. Why do you think some people are unhappy Jesus ate at Matthew’s house?
3. How can you love others like Jesus does?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

1. COOKIE FACE

Instructions: Place the cookie on your forehead. Move the cookie into your mouth using nothing but your face muscles.

2. CANDY TRUCKIN’

Instructions: Move each color M&M into six different plates/bowls by straw only.

Supplies: Stopwatch, cookies (Oreo’s, Chips Ahoy, etc.), M&Ms, plastic straws, six plates or bowls

3. ULTIMATE RELAY

Instructions: Make at least two teams. Create a relay race area where you can run down and back.

Examples:

• Towel carry: Two people on each side of a towel carry one person down and back.

• Safety First: Add a third person to walk behind as a spotter.

• Hold a ping pong ball, egg, or golf ball on a spoon.

• For older kids, use a spatula or hold the spoon in your mouth.

• Balance a large pillow or teddy bear on your head.

• Hop down and back with ball or balloon in between your legs.

• With a broom, sweep a ball through cones or obstacles.

• Grab a partner and put a ball in between your backs and run together.

• Grab a partner and tie your legs together for a three-legged race.

Optional relay race supplies: Towels, ping pong ball (or egg or golf ball), spoons, spatula, pillow or stuffed animal, soccer ball or balloons, broom, rope or bandana, cones (or cans)

CRAFT

PRAYER PILLOWCASE

Supplies: Used or new pillowcase, masking tape, Crayola fabric markers or Sharpies, cardboard (you can use a flattened cereal box.)

Directions:

1. Slip cardboard inside of the pillowcase.

2. Tape the edges of the pillowcase to a table.

3. Decorate how you like and don’t forget to put your name on it!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Worth: Today, we learned that Jesus prayed in the garden. Jesus wanted His disciples to stay awake and PRAY, but they fell asleep. Let’s decorate a pillowcase with the word “PRAY” written on it to remind us to always pray before we go to sleep. We can also draw pictures and decorate it in a way to remind us how to pray! Put our theme verse, Philippians 1:6, and other favorite Bible verses on your pillowcase!

Bonus Activity: Categories

Supplies: N/A (Optional: Prize candy)

Instructions: Compete by going back and forth naming off items that belong to the selected category starting with a different letter in the alphabet. The first person to freeze up loses.

Categories: Disney characters, tools, Bible characters, candy

Connection: “In our game today, you had to make a lot of quick and difficult choices. Do you think Jesus ever had to make a difficult choice? In today’s lesson, we are going to learn about a really difficult choice Jesus made. Thankfully, Jesus always makes the right choice.”

TAKING THE NEXT STEP

If your child prayed to receive Christ during CampOutrageous Online, we would love to celebrate with you! Please click the link below to share with us, and one of our ministers will follow up with you. 

DAY FOUR

PRESCHOOL

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards kindergarteners and below and is approximately 45 minutes long.

CHILDREN

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards 1st–3rd graders and is approximately 45 minutes long.

4TH+5th grade

Click on the button below to watch a video that includes today’s music, lesson, drama, and more! This video is specifically geared towards 4th+5th graders and is approximately 45 minutes long.

DAY FOUR blueprint

Want a digital copy of today’s activities? Click on the dropdown menus below to learn more about each activity. For a printable version of the week’s blueprint, click the button at the top of the page!

PRESCHOOL

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Promise—Jesus Made a Promise

Scripture: Matthew 28:1–10, 16–20

Big Idea: Jesus will always be with me.

1. What did the angel tell the women?

2. What promise did Jesus make?

3. Why is it good to know Jesus will always be with you?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

1. PING PONG TOSS (BUCKET HEAD)

Instructions: Toss a ping pong ball against the wall and try to catch it with a bucket or cup on your head. Catch as many as you can.

2. PEANUT BUTTER STICK

Instructions: Toss a ping pong ball across a room onto a piece of bread covered with peanut butter. Get as many ping pong balls as you can to stick on the bread.

Supplies: Stopwatch, ping pong balls, bucket or cup, bread, peanut butter

3. DICE GAME

Instructions: Everyone stand on the start line with their own water balloon. Everyone has a chance to roll the dice. The goal is to try not to bust your water balloon. First one who makes it to the finish line with an unpopped water balloon wins.

Supplies: Dice, water balloons, cones (or cans)

If you get a…

1—Smash your balloon on your head. (You’re out!)

2—Take two steps forward.

3—Swing the balloon around your head five times while holding it at the end.

4—Spin around five times really fast, then take two steps, and stop.

5—Somersault holding the balloon.

6—Toss the balloon up above your head and catch it.

CRAFT

FIRM FOUNDATION PAPER SACK HOUSE

Supplies: Lunch paper sack, markers or Crayons, different colors of paper, glue stick, (Optional: empty cereal box)

Directions:

1. Take your cereal box and cut to make one flat piece to put your house on.

2. Glue a piece of green paper onto the card board for the grass.

3. Color and decorate your lunch sack. Be sure to add windows and a front door.

4. Glue the sack to the cardbaord, but don’t

forget to leave room for a tree and other live things in your yard!

5. Put rocks or other heavy items in the bottom of your lunchsack to help it to stand firm (like our strong foundation).

6. Fold over the top of the lunch sack to make the roof.

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Promise: Today, we learned Jesus is alive! Jesus made a promise. He said, “I am with you always.” Today, you are going to build a paper sack house. Don’t forget to add bushes, flowers, and trees to remind you that Jesus is alive. Your house will remind you that Jesus is your firm foundation.

CHILDREN

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Promise–Jesus Made a Promise

Scripture: Matthew 28:1–10, 16–20

Big Idea: Jesus will always love me.

1. What have you done that separates you from Jesus?

2. What did Jesus do for you and your sin?

3. What does Jesus want you to do with your sin?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

1. PING PONG TOSS (BUCKET HEAD)

Instructions: Toss a ping pong ball against the wall and try to catch it with a bucket or cup on your head. Catch as many as you can.

2. PEANUT BUTTER STICK

Instructions: Toss a ping pong ball across a room onto a piece of bread covered with peanut butter. Get as many ping pong balls as you can to stick on the bread.

Supplies: Stopwatch, ping pong balls, bucket or cup, bread, peanut butter

3. DICE GAME

Instructions: Everyone stand on the start line with their own water balloon. Everyone has a

chance to roll the dice. The goal is to try not to bust your water balloon. First one who makes it to the finish line with an unpopped water balloon wins.

Supplies: Dice, water balloons, cones (or cans)

If you get a…

1—Smash your balloon on your head. (You’re out!)

2—Take two steps forward.

3—Swing the balloon around your head five times while holding it at the end.

4—Spin around five times really fast, then take two steps, and stop.

5—Somersault holding the balloon.

6—Toss the balloon up above your head and catch it.

CRAFT

FIRM FOUNDATION PAPER SACK HOUSE

Supplies: Lunch paper sack, markers or Crayons, different colors of paper, glue stick, (Optional: empty cereal box)

Directions:

1. Take your cereal box and cut to make one flat piece to put your house on.

2. Glue a piece of green paper onto the card board for the grass.

3. Color and decorate your lunch sack. Be sure to add windows and a front door.

4. Glue the sack to the cardbaord, but don’t

forget to leave room for a tree and other live things in your yard!

5. Put rocks or other heavy items in the bottom of your lunchsack to help it to stand firm (like our strong foundation).

6. Fold over the top of the lunch sack to make the roof.

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Promise: Today, we learned Jesus is alive! Jesus made a promise. He said, “I am with you always.” Today, you are going to build a paper sack house. Don’t forget to add bushes, flowers, and trees to remind you that Jesus is alive. Your house will remind you that Jesus is your firm foundation.

4TH+5TH GRADE

MEMORY VERSE

“I am sure of this, that He who started a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the
day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Title: Foundation of Promise—Jesus’ Resurrection and Promise

Scripture: Matthew 28:1–10, 16–20

Big Idea: Jesus will always love me.

1. Has there ever been a time when you experienced sadness because of something that happened? How were you able to find hope afterwards?

2. Why is it important to know that Jesus is always with us?

3. Have you ever made a decision to repent of your sin and trust Jesus? Why or why not?

Check out the Drama Scripts at the top of the page to act out your own skit!

RECREATION

1. PING PONG TOSS (BUCKET HEAD)

Instructions: Toss a ping pong ball against the wall and try to catch it with a bucket or cup on your head. Catch as many as you can.

2. PEANUT BUTTER STICK

Instructions: Toss a ping pong ball across a room onto a piece of bread covered with peanut butter. Get as many ping pong balls as you can to stick on the bread.

Supplies: Stopwatch, ping pong balls, bucket or cup, Bread, peanut butter

3. DICE GAME

Instructions: Everyone stand on the start line with their own water balloon. Everyone has a

chance to roll the dice. The goal is to try not to bust your water balloon. First one who makes it to the finish line with an unpopped water balloon wins.

Supplies: Dice, water balloons, cones (or cans)

If you get a…

1—Smash your balloon on your head. (You’re out!)

2—Take two steps forward.

3—Swing the balloon around your head five times while holding it at the end.

4—Spin around five times really fast, then take two steps, and stop.

5—Somersault holding the balloon.

6—Toss the balloon up above your head and catch it.

CRAFT

FIRM FOUNDATION PAPER SACK HOUSE

Supplies: Lunch paper sack, markers or Crayons, different colors of paper, glue stick, (Optional: empty cereal box)

Directions:

1. Take your cereal box and cut to make one flat piece to put your house on.

2. Glue a piece of green paper onto the card board for the grass.

3. Color and decorate your lunch sack. Be sure to add windows and a front door.

4. Glue the sack to the cardbaord, but don’t

forget to leave room for a tree and other live things in your yard!

5. Put rocks or other heavy items in the bottom of your lunchsack to help it to stand firm (like our strong foundation).

6. Fold over the top of the lunch sack to make the roof.

Take a picture with your craft each day and share it with us online @bellevuememphis!

SETTING THE FOUNDATION

Foundation of Promise: Today, we learned Jesus is alive! Jesus made a promise. He said, “I am with you always.” Today, you are going to build a paper sack house. Don’t forget to add bushes, flowers, and trees to remind you that Jesus is alive. Your house will remind you that Jesus is your firm foundation.

Bonus Activity: Jump It Out

Supplies: Empty tissue box, ping pong balls

Instructions: Each participant in this activity will fill an empty tissue box full with ping pong balls and place it on top of their head. The object of the game is to see who can jump all of the ping pong balls out of the box first.

Connection: “In this game today, you did a lot of jumping and moving! In today’s lesson, we are going to learn about one of the most exciting passages in Scripture—Jesus rising from the dead! When Jesus was raised from the dead, the ground shook and the huge tombstone was rolled away from the grave.”

TAKING THE NEXT STEP

If your child prayed to receive Christ during CampOutrageous Online, we would love to celebrate with you! Please click the link below to share with us, and one of our ministers will follow up with you. 
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