The Parent Cue is designed to help parents engage their student toward a deeper faith. Each cue is designed around the message series and weekly bottom line. Use the following cues to engage your student in a conversation about their faith.


What we’re for is more important than what we’re against.

Remember that their friends largely influence the things your kid may be passionately for or against. The desire for social acceptance is at an all-time high during this phase.

Getting to know Jesus is how we get to know God.

Your middle schooler may have a lot of questions about who God is. Don’t be worried when they ask those questions. This is their way of processing and figuring out what’s vital to their faith.

Our value is determined by God.

Students of all ages face the temptation of looking to others to find their value, but particularly so in middle school. In this phase, it’s important to remind them of their value in God’s eyes.

Everyone matters to Jesus, so everyone should matter to us.

As your kid becomes more conscious of who they are, they’ll also become more aware of the ways in which they’re different from others.

A relationship with Jesus fuels our love for God, others, and ourselves.

Focusing on what’s vital to their faith can be hard for your middle schooler, as they may get overwhelmed with rules and regulations. Keeping it simple is huge in helping them grasp what’s vital to God.

Download Full Parent Cue for this series below.