The town of Terrene is in real trouble. Business are shutting down, and folks are moving away. What’s going to happen to Liz and his friends? Can the town be saved?Play Episode
Episode Theme: Do what’s right today!
1. Timothy was young, but his faith was strong and he had a lot of enthusiasm. Young people, even in the Bible, are often not taken seriously by older people. In 1 Timothy 4:12 Paul told his young friend not to be discouraged by his age, but to keep doing good. What can you do today to make a difference in the world?
2. Has there been a time when there was a big change in your life? Did you feel excited? Scared? Worried? Philippians 4:6 -7 reminds not to be worried about anything, but to share your concerns with God. When you do that, he will “guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.” As you listen to today’s episode, think about a time when there was a big change in your life.
Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity”
In this episode, Liz and the gang go into detective mode to try to get to the bottom of some of the troubling changes in Terrene.
I Samuel 17 tells a familiar story about young man going through some changes of his own. David had been chosen to be the next king of Israel, but he was still waiting for that to happen. Talk about an uncertain future! When would he get to be king? What would happen to his family? How would he, a shepherd, learn how to run a country?
In the middle of this uncertain time, his dad gives him a job to do: go bring lunch to his brothers on the battlefield. Did David say, “Dad, future kings do NOT deliver lunches!”? No. He obeyed his father, and it’s a good thing he did! When he came to the battlefield, a giant was coming out to challenge the army of Israel. Though he was young, David’s faith was strong, and he knew that with God’s help, he could defeat the giant. This would be a strong lesson for the future king!
David showed that by trusting in God and obeying, even in times of uncertainty and waiting, young people can make a big impact in God’s kingdom. Is there a place in God’s kingdom that needs you?
What is Chamy’s drone shaped like?
What is happening to Reptarium Middle School?
It is closing next year.
What happens to Big Daddio’s?
It burns down.
Liz’s dad gets a new job with what company?
Who is trapped in the church?
Camille Lynn Drake.
Is there a place in God’s kingdom that needs you? Is there something that you are passionate about? Is there brokenness in the world that pulls on your heart? You are not too young to do something!
Talk to an adult and brainstorm: How can you help? Can you make cards or posters? Write letters? Raise money? Grab some friends and get them in on the action too! Remember: “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity” (1 Timothy 4: 12).
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Liz has been asked to do tricks on a skateboard for a new commercial. There's just one big problem though.
Scooter forgets his promise to Liz and Lucille and tells a lie to cover up, but one lie isn’t enough.
Liz and the gang's Clubhouse Theater presents the story of Deborah. Who is she in the Bible? What does God want her to do?
Granny’s valuable family ring is lost among 500 chocolate cupcakes. Can Lucille and Liz find it before someone else accidentally bites into it?
When Liz, Morrie, and Spike do something they all know is wrong, they can’t just forget about it. They find out they need to make things right with God and with those they’ve hurt.
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Liz and Lucille want to win a big prize, and Linda wants a new romance. Is this happening or is it the end of the world?
Liz keeps remembering every mean thing Spike has ever done to him. How can he get rid of this "record of wrongs"?
Spike has a problem with anger. Grandpa uses a hammer and fence to help teach a lesson.
At the school play auditions, Liz acts like he's the star of the show! Will Hollywood Liz have everyone standing in applause or will he bring down the house?
When is it important to keep a secret and when is it important to tell it? Liz and Lucille learn how to tell the two types of secrets apart.
What do a broken window, $300, and a mysterious note have in common?
When Liz, Morrie and Scooter do some snooping around in places they shouldn’t be, they discover clues to the mystery of the Blue Pearl. Who was the Blue Pearl?
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Is teasing harmless? Things go from bad to worse as Liz, Spike, Morrie, and Scooter all start teasing everyone and end up needing medical attention!
Liz has been asked to defend someone who is in big trouble at school. How can he speak up for someone who can’t defend himself?
Liz is having a very bad, horrible week when he loses Grandpa’s antique coin, fails a surprise test, and gets a cold.
Grandpa’s news shocks Liz and the gang. What can Liz do as things go from bad to worse?
The kids come face to face with the worst villain in Terrene history. And one character has a very important decision to make. Does this change Terrene forever?
When Liz crashes Grandpa's tractor, he learns an important lesson about mercy and forgiveness.
Who should Liz choose: a Good Samaritan or the exciting Iguanas? Liz learns lesson in friendship and bike safety.
A new school means new friends, new teachers, and a new challenge—figuring out how they can serve God in this new place.
It’s gone! Liz and Scooter have lost Grandpa’s prized baseball. Lies and cover ups or telling the truth?
Liz and Lucille find out that someone has been accused of doing something they didn’t do. Can innocence be proven?
As a member of the Safety Patrol, can Liz enforce the rules without making everyone angry with him?
Pie baking for the Terrene Pies R Round Festival is interrupted when someone steals one of the pies. Who is the culprit?
It’s time for the annual Remembrance Day parade, but what exactly are Liz and his friends remembering? And why is Grandpa so sad?
It's racing season, and Liz and Morrie join pit crew #55. But soon a car wins under suspicious circumstances. Should Liz report what he saw?
Scooter is determined to win the Terrene Go-Kart competition even if it means a little cheating.
Liz unconscious in the hospital? Evildoers planning to destroy Terrene? A mystery in Grandpa’s barn? What can Lucille, Morrie and Spike do now?
Grandpa uses the story of David and Bathsheba to teach his church school class about the 7th commandment and broken promises.
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One sin leads to another, and adventures quickly turn to nightmares. As always, little sins grow.
The town of Terrene is in real trouble. Business are shutting down, and folks are moving away. What’s going to happen to Liz and his friends? Can the town be saved?
Liz faces peer pressure and does something he know is foolish.
The competition at the Junior Reptile Olympics is fierce, and when Morrie goes along with Skink to "positively influence the outcome" the kids run into all kinds of problems.
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Someone has stolen a famous painting from the Terrene Museum and the Lizarardo Detective Agency is on the case. Can Liz solve this latest whodunit?
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Spike has reached his limit with Skink and his bullying. How will he get back at Skink and what does it have to do with the ninth commandment?
Getting back at a bully only seems fair, right? Not according to the Bible. Three friends find out why it’s important to treat others the way they’d want to be treated.
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Liz has been asked to be a friend to the new kid in school, but the new kid is the most annoying lizard Liz has ever met. How can Liz help this obnoxious lizard make and keep friends?
Liz and Spike want to figure out how to buy fancy shoes so they can be cool. When their plans to raise money flop, they joke about stealing the shoes. But it isn’t long before their joke causes big problems.
What’s the big deal about little sins? Why is Liz’s dad so upset when Liz didn’t do anything really bad?
Scooter is having a terrible time at school and decides he wants revenge. But before he gets a chance, what will Grandpa do to change Scooter's mind?
Lucille is acting very weird, and Liz is on this case to figure out why. Who is jumping to the wrong conclusion?