The Accidental Skateboardist

Everyone thinks Liz can do tricks on a skateboard. Should Liz tell the truth about his skills or pretend that he is as good as they think?

Before You Listen

After you listen

Memory Verse

“Good people are guided by their honesty.”

Audio Icon   Proverbs 11:3



In this episode, Liz accidentally got credit for something he couldn’t do. It can be tempting to let others think that you can do something that you really cannot, especially when that something will cause you to be noticed. Liz accidentally gets credit for some awesome skateboarding skills that he really didn’t have, but rather than tell the truth he decided to go along with this misunderstanding, hoping that he can pull it off without being discovered. But this put him under a lot of pressure.

On the other hand, honesty frees you to be who you are. You no longer have to pretend. You no longer have to worry about being found out. Sometimes you might not even know who you are, or what lies you are listening to. Talking with God can help clear that up. Live a life that shows you follow Jesus. Which do you choose—freedom or lies?

Want to dig deeper about being an image reflector by being honest? Read Titus 1:2, 1 John 3:18 and Colossians 3:9.


Think about how you would act in these situations. Discuss your ideas with your family. How can you reflect God’s image in these situations?

1. The cashier gives you an extra dollar change back by accident.

2. You forgot to clean your room and watched TV instead.

3. You find $20 on the school playground.

4. You broke your mother’s favorite teacup when you were horse-playing.

5. The sign on the candy bowl says, “Take one”.

6. The sign says you must be 10 years old to ride your favorite ride and you are 9.