A Very Good Day

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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Memory Verse

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full”

Audio Icon   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.

Want to dig deeper and learn more about living life to the full for God? Check out Proverbs 17:17, Proverbs 31:17-18, Galatians 6:9-10, and Colossians 4:5.


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.