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The WILD

Children's Ministry (Birth-4th grade)

We are WILD about families and WILD about Jesus...

Because Jesus is WILD about you!

The Wild at Real Life is a Bible-based, age-appropriate, community for children from birth through 4th grade.
Childhood is the most crucial time of development in a person's faith and we are committed to loving and teaching your children about God.
Whatever your child's age or personality, you can know they are being loved and taught right on their level. In today's difficult culture, we stand with you in making your family all it can be. We like to say it this way: Around here we are WILD about families and WILD about Jesus.
For more info, contact our Children's Director: Allison Hand
Allison@RealLife.us or (559) 309-4053.

Nursery/Toddler
(Birth-3 years)

  • Loving & safe infant environment
  • Toddler games and activities
  • Learn basic and simple Biblical truths

Pre-K & Kindergarten

  • Creative worship experience
  • Age-appropriate activities
  • Interactive & foundational Bible lessons

Elementary
(Grades 1-4)

  • Worship experience & spiritually engaging environment
  • In-depth Bible lessons & games
  • Small groups to discuss & grow

Upcoming Family Events

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Weekly Online Content

Want your kids to grow at Home? Check back here each weekend for new video bible lessons and activity guides!

Pre-K/Kindergarten Bible Lesson

September 12 Lesson
Big Idea: God helps us in our weakness! Preschoolers will learn how God spoke to Moses through a burning bush, and gave him a special job to do. Moses didn't think he could do this job, but God gave him people, things, and His power to help him do it (Exodus 3:1-14, 4:1-17).

Elementary Bible Lesson

September 12 Lesson
Big Idea: God helps us in our weakness! Elementary kids learn how God called Moses. He called him to lead the Israelite people out of Egypt, even though it seemed like too much for Moses to do. God helped Moses each step of the way and was faithful even in his weakness (Exodus 3:1-14, 4:1-17).

Verse of the Month

Encourage your kids to learn our monthly bible verse! In August, preschool/elementary kids are learning Psalm 121:1 in sign language. Watch the video above to learn the verse with your child. Toddlers will memorize the following Big Idea: God helps us when we're helpless!

Parent Resources

Month at a Glance

HELP: An important part of childhood is learning which grown-ups you can trust. The very first phone number most kids tend to learn is an emergency number because it’s important to know who to call when we need help! In this series, we’ll help kids see that they can always call on God for the things they need. As kids hear the story of Israel escaping slavery in Egypt (and what happened afterward), they’ll discover that God helps us when we’re helpless, helps us in our weakness, helps us when we’re in trouble, and will even help us help others. God is the help we need — always! Check out the monthly overview for more specifics.

Tip of the Month

Each month we provide a new and exciting Parent Tip for you to check out. This month is all about how to help kids spend time with God! If you've been following Jesus for awhile, you probably have developed spiritual habits that help you spend time with God and grow your relationship with him. This month focus on helping your child develop age appropriate spiritual habits that will help them follow Jesus too. Simple things like reading the bible, prayer, kid-friendly worship songs, memorizing scripture, and sharing your faith will help them in their walk.

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