Energize Kids about the gospel, engage parents in family outreach and expose your community to fun fellowship - WELCOME TO HIGH POWER® SOCCER!
  Day One - Heaven John 3:16
John 14:1‑2
1 John 4:10
God is the Creator of everything. He loves everything He has created. We are His creation and He wants us to live with Him in heaven. Ashley and Tyler arrived at the Professor’s (Uncle Mac) home the night before. He plans to give them a tour of his lab and teach them about science during their two-week stay with him while their parents are on an African safari.  
  Day Two - Sin Eccl. 7:20
Romans 3:23
Because God is perfect, He must punish sin. We ALL sin, and that sin blocks us from going to heaven. Ashley and Tyler are helping the Professor in his lab. They’re cleaning beakers and repairing things. They get into a fight and break some of his beakers in the process. The Professor uses this moment to teach them that we all sin.  
  Day Three - Blood of Jesus 1 Corinthians 15:3‑4
Romans 6:23
2 Corinthians 5:21
God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross and take the punishment for our sin. Jesus rose again to save us from death and sin. Ashley and Tyler have spent a couple days learning about the lab. The Professor has taught them some of the basics of science, and now they’re ready to do an experiment with him!  
  Day Four - Faith Acts 16:25‑34
Romans 10:9
John 1:12
Each of us must acknowledge our sin and trust Jesus as our Savior in order to go to heaven. The Professor has been talking with Ashley and Tyler about Jesus over dinner. They both decide to trust Jesus Christ as their Savior.  
  Day Five - Growing in Christ Matthew 28:18‑20
Acts 2:42
Psalm 86:11
Once we trust Jesus as our Savior, we learn more about Him by reading and obeying the Bible, praying and going to church. We want to share the good news of Jesus with others! Ashley and Tyler only have a few days left until they go home. They’re excited about their new relationship with Jesus and can’t wait to tell their parents and friends all about Him. Uncle Mac does one last experiment with them to help them understand the importance of growing in their relationship with Jesus Christ.