Grandpa and Liz are on a treasure hunt! They’re following clues left behind by Grandpa’s childhood friend. What’s the next clue—and what treasure is hidden somewhere in Terrene?Play Episode
Episode Theme: Value each moment and make it matter.
1. In John 10:10, Jesus talks about the difference between him and thieves. What do you think he meant when he said he came so people can have life “to the full”?
2. In Acts 9:36-41, we read about a woman named Tabitha. She was known around the city of Joppa because “she was always doing good and helping the poor.” We don’t know all the ways she helped people, but we do know that she spent a lot of her time making clothing for poor widows and others who didn’t have very much money. When Tabitha got sick and died, her friends sent some men to get the apostle Peter, who was in a nearby city. When Peter went to Joppa, the widows who Tabitha had helped showed Peter the clothing she had made. They were very sad that she was dead. With the power of the Holy Spirit, Peter raised Tabitha from the dead. He took her by the hand and led her to the where the widows were crying. When people in the town found out what had happened, many of them trusted Jesus Christ.
Making clothes might not seem like a big deal, but Tabitha’s good works helped a lot of people. As you listen to this episode, think about how important it is to use your time and opportunities to help others.
“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full”John 10:10
In this episode, Liz helps Grandpa remember his old friend Jack and how kind he always was. Along the way, Liz and Grandpa are both reminded of what it means to live life to the full.
The Bible says a lot about the importance of time. God wants everybody to know him and trust him. He has given Christians the job of telling people this. He also wants us to help people and do good things for them. None of us know how much time we have left, or how much time the people we’re helping have left. The apostle Paul wrote: “Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil” (Ephesians 5:15-16).
You often can’t know when you’ll have a chance to help somebody. You should always be ready to help others by holding doors, carrying things, sharing food, doing yard work, or in other ways. Even when you’re young, you can still make a big difference in someone’s life. Most of all, you should always be ready to talk to others about Jesus.
Why was Grandpa walking in the park?
He was remembering his old friend, Jack.
What did Jack do for Jimmy (Grandpa) on his birthdays?
What did the boys name the big fish?
What is unusual about the way Jack’s clock chimes?
It skips the fourth chime.
What was in Grandpa’s satchel?
A shovel, binoculars, gloves, a magnifying glass, a tape measure.
For a week, start each day by making a schedule of the things you have to do. Look for open times, and think about where you’ll be and who you’ll be with. Write down some ideas for ways you can help people or tell them about Jesus. You may not have the opportunity, but if you write down ideas, you’ll be more likely to be thinking about it. When you do help someone or talk to them about Jesus, give yourself a big star on your schedule. See how many stars you get by the end of the week.
Create your own “Promise Coupons” and give the gift of service this Christmas season.
Here's a great Christmas song to share!
It's a dirty job, but some lizard's got to do it. A song from Kids Corner.
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Ye Lords and Ladies! At a Medieval fair, Liz and the gang desire to be fighting knights and powerful royalty. Alas, servanthood awaits them instead. How will Liz, Lucille and Julia fare as they serve King Arthur and the Black Knight and try to win the Seat of Honor!
Grandpa and Liz are on a treasure hunt! They’re following clues left behind by Grandpa’s childhood friend. What’s the next clue—and what treasure is hidden somewhere in Terrene?
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Clubhouse Theater presents the story of Esther. Who is she in the Bible and why is she so important?
Clubhouse Theater presents the story of Esther. How can she save God's people? Will she give the ultimate sacrifice?
Liz and the gang's Clubhouse Theater presents the story of Gideon. Who is he in the Bible? How did God call him?
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Morrie is convinced that he is not good at anything … until the class takes an aptitude test. Boy, is he and all the class surprised by the results
Liz and Lucille are drawn into a super adventure story with two caped crime fighters. Giant challenges abound as Liz and Lucille work to accomplish their own humongous mission. Can the story of a little boy and five stones help everyone to get the job done?
Liz can’t wait to prove he’s a hero. What does he have to do before he can go to Caiman City?
It's a hero's homecoming! Liz returns from his adventure. Will anybody notice?
Liz finally makes the football team, but that just the start of his problems. Will he be able to stick with it or he going to have to quit the team?
Liz and Lucille are trying to get the perfect gift for one another—with surprising results. And how can Scooter demonstrate a giving spirit when he meets a lizard without a home?
When Liz and Spike ask tough questions about Christianity, Grandpa responds by giving them an adventure map to follow. Why a map? How does this map help answer questions about following Jesus?
The greatest movie ever made! That’s Liz’s goal. Looks like it will be another disaster unless Lucille comes to the rescue. Check out this episode for the best action-adventure-romance-sci-fi-western ever made!
Liz has a secret message to decode: “To get your clue, go forward two, but to get it done, go back one.”
Liz continues his adventure in the X-Monsters game.
Liz discovers that in order to defeat his enemy, he must give up all his weapons. Is he willing to do what it takes to win the battle?
The birth of Jesus as seen through the eyes of Mary.
Most of us like to think we can do things on our own. But a little help can be a big help sometimes. Liz and his friends learn to give—and receive—help from each other.
What is perseverance and how does it fit in a christian's life? It's story time in Terrene as Grandpa tells tales about the importance of determination.
Spike and Cole's pizza business is booming, and Chef Boy R Liz wants to join the team! Meanwhile Lucille tries to teach the gang what it means to blessed and how to be a blessing.
Look out! A racing team has invited Liz to join them. But when Liz is assigned to clean up the garage and arrange the tools, he’s disappointed that he's not an important part of the team!
Are Scooter and the gang too young to help when a big storm does some major damage to Terrene? Olivia returns and needs some answers of her own. Grandpa Anole becomes the center of the storm as the KC crew faces their futures!
During Christmas, Liz and Lucille try to help the Knight family. But what secret are the Knights not telling them?
Can he do it? Will Liz unravel the clues and achieve the highest reptile honor?
The Show must go on as Liz and his friends put on three one-act plays – "It’s Not My Fault", "It’s Not My Job", and "It’s Not My Talent".
Liz finds himself lost in the middle of his own X-Monsters adventure. How can he use his skill and knowledge to survive in this video game world?
Liz decides to adopt an “I don’t care” attitude when he gets a bad grade. What can Grandpa do to help him change his attitude?