Truth Trackers meets on Wednesday nights from 6:30pm-8:00pm during the months of September through May. Truth Trackers is like a once-a-week VBS that runs throughout the school year. Truth trackers receive rewards for memorizing their weekly verse and doing their daily Bible lessons. There is no fee to attend, but student books and t-shirts have a small fee to cover the cost of production. Parents are welcomed to join the adult Bible study if they wish, but they are not required to attend.
Each night at clubs looks something like this:
Game Time (6:30-7:00)
Bible Memory and Snack(7:00-7:30)
Bible Story and Activity (7:30-8:00)
Tiny Trackers – Ages 4-5
Tiny Trackers learn simple truths through verse memory, Bible lessons, illustrative stories, and crafts. Tiny Trackers teaches these simple truths by teaching a special word found in their memory verse.
Scripture Spies – Grades 1-3
Scripture Spies learn biblical truth through Scripture memory, Bible-based lessons, personal devotions, and games. Each Thursday night, Truth Trackers targets a certain doctrinal topic and teaches that truth to the children. All the verses, devotions, and lessons are focused on helping teach the children to know and apply that truth.
Faith Force – Grades 4-6
When the children advance to Faith Force, they learn the same biblical truth as the Scripture Spies through review, additional memory verses, personal devotions, and Bible-based lessons. Their club night also teaches a certain doctrinal topic and teaches the children to know and apply that truth.
Truth Trackers systematically and purposefully disciples children. We believe children can and need to learn the basics of the Christian faith. We accomplish this with weekly memory verses, daily devotions, weekly lessons, and fun activities. In Truth Trackers, children enjoy learning and applying Biblical truth!
What is the heart of truth Trackers?
To help churches disciple their children and families.
1. To disciple children in the basics of the Christian faith.
2. To help children memorize the Bible and daily spend time with God.
3. To incorporate the family into activities and Bible memory.
4. To give opportunities for strategic evangelism
Solid Biblical Teaching
In this day and age, it’s vital that we teach our children that the Bible is more than just a dusty book of stories. We need to show them God’s Word connects to every area of our lives and is as relevant today as it was thousands of years ago.