Sage and Rachel walk into Mr. Jacob’s garage to find that Hugh has set up a magic show for a fundraiser. This gets the crew talking about miracles and what we should believe. Mr. Jacobs does his best to explain. (Exodus, Daniel, Psalm 34:8 , 1st John 4)
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Everett, Ivy and Miss Fiona are hanging out in Mr. Jacob’s garage when Ivy admits that she is jealous of her sister. Mr. Jacobs and the gang try to help figure out what the best thing to do is. (James 4, 1st Thessalonians 5:18, Luke 6:38, and 1st Corinthians 13:4)
Mr. Brian, Sam, and Ashley are hanging out at Mr. Jacob’s garage and thinking about the year ahead. Will it be like last year? Will it be better or worse? Mr. Jacobs does his best to reassure them that God is in control.
(John 16:33, 1st Peter 4:12, Romans 8:22, Nahum 1:7, Philippians 4:6, Joshua 1, Philippians 4:6, Matthew 8:26, 2nd Kings 6:17, and Galatians 5)
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Gabby and Joel are making good use of Mr. Jacob’s gift wrapping stations he set up in the garage. When Kristen comes by with a gift for Mr. Jacobs, Gabby asks what makes a good present, and Mr. Jacob’s does his best to explain. (Luke 11, Colossians 3:17 and 23)
After Bailey tries to convince Mr. Jacobs to sell the radio to her, Violet and Kyle wonder how we can give God presents for Christmas. I mean, it is His birthday after all. Mr. Jacobs does his best to explain. (Matthew 25, Romans 12, Proverbs 6, Amos 5)
Kimberly joins Gabriella and Miss Tabitha as they decorate the town park for Christmas. The kids wonder why we have the tradition of gift-giving at Christmas time, and Miss Tabitha does her best to explain. (John 3:16; 1st Peter 4:10; and Romans 12:6)
Monica, Destin, and Wendy are talking about Thanksgiving traditions, and how it’s hard to be thankful this year. Mr. Jacobs explains how we can be thankful in both the good times and the bad! (1st Thessalonians 5:18; Philippians 2; 1st Corinthians 10:10; and Ephesians 4:29)
Artie, Peter, and Flora are digging in Mr. Jacobs’ front yard with high hopes of striking it rich.While he explains why it isn’t likely, Mr. Jacobs draws a comparison between living for Jesus and digging for gold. (Matthew 4, 9; Revelation 3; Hebrews 12:1; Psalm 91; 1st Peter 2:21; Luke 9:23; Philippians 2:5-11)