In the Beginning: Part 2

For Chamy, Spike and the gang, the science fair day will be a day full of wonder! But, with a surprise guest, enlightening displays, and a big surprise pop for everyone, the day is not what they expected. And the biggest surprise comes for Chamy at the end of the episode!

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Before You Listen

Let's Get Started

Episode Theme: Creation points to God the creator.

1. For part one of this episode, you were challenged to look for God’s fingerprints in small places. Psalm 8:3 points you up to the skies to examine the moon and stars. What facts do you know about the stars and moon?

2. When Moses and the people of Israel had to leave Mt. Sinai and start the trip to the promised land, Moses was probably feeling nervous. He asked God to prove his faithfulness. Moses wanted to see God in all his glory. But God knew that no human could look on him and live, so he agreed to cover Moses with his hand This way, Moses would see only part of God’s glory (Exodus 33:12-24). Just that glimpse was enough for Moses to know that God was faithful and all-powerful. As you listen to today’s episode, think about the glimpses God gives you of his power and faithfulness in his creation.

Memory Verse

“When I look at your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place …”

Psalm 8:3
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After You Listen

In this episode the kids find evidence of God through their science fair research.

Johannes Kepler is a famous scientist. He points out, “The chief aim of all investigations of the external world should be to discover the rational order and harmony which has been imposed on it by God and which he revealed to us in the language of mathematics.”

Why study math? Why study science? As Kepler says, that is how we get to see God’s order in planetary motion, in the atom, in DNA, in waves, and in the forces at work around them. All of creation has rules to follow. Once we discover them, we see that they point to God as the creator.

Want to dig deeper and learn more about praising God through his creation? Check out Psalm 65:8, Psalm 57:11, and Isaiah 55:13.

Take the Episode Quiz


What is the name of Liz’s science fair project?


Frozen Fractals.


Who was the special judge for the science fair?


Simon J. Peabody.


The Professor says that “Order-discovering with science is like putting together a big picture _______.”




What is sodium hydroxide?




Where did the kids find Chamy?


By the model of the solar system at Terrene’s Museum of Science and Technology.

Next Question


Sing a song of praise to God! Find the tune here.

“Let All Things Now Living” by Katherine Davis

1. Let all things now living
a song of thanksgiving
to God the Creator triumphantly raise,
who fashioned and made us,
protected and stayed us,
who guides us and leads to the end of our days.
His banners are o’er us,
his light goes before us,
a pillar of fire shining forth in the night,
till shadows have vanished
and darkness is banished,
as forward we travel from light into light.

2. His law he enforces;
the stars in their courses
and sun in its orbit obediently shine;
the hills and the mountains,
the rivers and fountains,
the deeps of the ocean proclaim him divine.
We too should be voicing
our love and rejoicing;
with glad adoration a song let us raise,
till all things now living
unite in thanksgiving:
to God in the highest, hosanna and praise!

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