Instructions: Watch the video above and then talk about it with your family! Learn more
Getting good at something doesn’t just happen – you learn to think, feel and do by lots of practice.
Bryan and AJ have a kid conversation on the way home from basketball practice. AJ is a little restless, but he’s learning why practice is important… whether in sports or in life.
- To develop good habits, practice a lot!
- Eventually, you won’t have to think about it.
- That’s when it becomes a “heart habit”!
2 Timothy 2:15 Work hard so you can present yourself to God and receive his approval. Be a good worker, one who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly explains the word of truth.
Talk About It
- What was your favorite part of the video? What is one thing you learned?
- What are some good habits you have? What are some bad habits you have?
- What are some of the things you want to get better at in… school, sports and life? Make a list.
- Name an older kid or parent who can do something you’d like to be good at. How can you develop that habit?
- Try to explain the difference between a “head habit” and a “heart habit”. What does it take to make something a heart habit?
- Read 2 Timothy 2:15. How will you apply this lesson to your life this week?