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Superkid Academy

Do you count the amount of time your children spend doing activities?

As parents we count the time spent in many areas of our children’s lives: practicing the piano, watching TV, playing video games, and exercising all areas where we count by minutes and hours.  Church attendance by many studies is critical in a child’s development.

Okay, forget the studies.

Just ask parents, adults, who grew up going to church, maybe took a break in early adulthood, run to find a church as soon as they have children.  Why?  Because they know what we know, God has something to say about how we live our lives.  Parents know it’s their responsibility to teach this to their kids but they know they need some help too.

Maranatha Superkid Academy

Join us for Our Exciting Services – Where We Teach Ordinary Kids to do Extraordinary Things Through the Power of God’s Word.

Sunday: 9:30 a.m.Wednesday: 6:30 p.m.

Visit our “Just For Kids” page for fun games and more. Click Here

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View the Superkid Creed and Read Scriptures for Children using the Options Below.

Superkid Creed

I am a Superkid – servant and child of the Most High God.
Jesus is my Savior and my Lord.
I am filled with His Holy Spirit.
I obey His written Word.
I hear every word that He speaks to me,
and I obey quickly without arguing.
I live and walk by faith, not by what I see.
I walk in the power of my strong spirit.
I am full of wisdom and understanding.
I lay hands on the sick and they recover.
I win people to Jesus.
I do not lie – I am always quick to tell the truth.
I do not steal – I am a tither and a giver, not a taker.
My Father makes me wealthy.
I do not complain.
I work hard to help my family.
I honor and obey my parents and people in authority over me.
I walk in love – I do not gossip, I am not rude and I am never mean.
I put others first and I am not selfish.
I treat other people with respect.
I am always grateful for everything good in my life.
I am fiercely loyal.
I am full of courage and I refuse fear of any kind.
I am merciful and kind.
I am generous and fair-minded.
I do not get off ended, and I am quick to forgive.
I always do what is right and I do it right.
I do all things with excellence.
I am diligent and I am not a quitter.
I only allow my eyes and ears and mouth to let in good things.
I keep my heart pure.
I live my life in honor and humility.
I allow nothing to come before God.

Scriptures for Children

As you pray for your children each week, speak out these scriptural
promises over them. God is doing great things!

Our kids listen to the Father’s instruction; they pay attention and gain
understanding. (Proverbs 4:1, NIV)

Our kids keep their father’s commands and don’t neglect their mother’s
instruction. They keep their words in their heart; always before them.

When they walk, their counsel leads them. When they sleep, it watches
over them. When they’re awake, it advises them. (Proverbs 6:20-22, NLT)

Our children are wise and they heed instruction. (Proverbs 13:1, KJV)

Our children are known by the way they act—and their conduct is pure
and right. (Proverbs 20:11, AMP)

We don’t look down on any of our little ones. Their angels are always in
the presence of the Heavenly Father. (Matthew 18:10, NLT)

Our children are growing and becoming strong in spirit and are filled with
wisdom. The grace, favor and spiritual blessing of God are upon them.
(Luke 2:40, AMP)

Our children are obedient in all things and it pleases the Lord. (Colossians
3:20, Weymouth)

Our children don’t let anyone look down on them just because they are
young. They set an example for believers in their speech, life, love, faith
and purity. (1 Timothy 4:12, NIV) 

Our children run from anything that stimulates youthful lusts. They pursue
righteous living, faithfulness, love and peace. They enjoy the
companionship of those who call on the Lord with pure hearts. (2 Timothy 2:22, NLT)

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