7th Grade
Parent Resources

Spiritual Focus

During your child’s school year, Victory Family Church will go in-depth in February on a biblical principle during services. This isn’t the only time they will learn about this topic. We are just emphasizing the principle during this period. The subject is determined based on their age, stage of development, and what’s culturally and socially relevant.

Holy Spirit Baptism

Your seventh-grade student will learn about baptism of the Holy Spirit at Victory Family Church. In Acts 1:4, Jesus instructed his disciples before he ascended into Heaven, don’t leave Jerusalem until you receive the gift that I have told you about and the gift the Father has promised. John baptized you in water, but in a few days, you’ll be baptized by the Holy Spirit. Your student will learn about this, be able to receive the gift, and share it with others.

Student Engagement

We want to walk alongside you with your students as they navigate their lives. These are resources and tools you can use with them!

The Conversation Starter

We want to ensure open communication with your seventh grader in your home. One way to do that is through a parent-child date. It’s a time for Dad to spend one-on-one time with his girl or Mom one-on-one with her buddy. This will help engage in healthy conversations. On the dates, you will take an intimacy quiz. It’s a way for you and your child to feel the way you express love. Below you can find a conversation starter guide and a date guide.

Conversation starter guide


Small Group Recommendations

Search for small groups at the link below. Some suggestions include:

  • Financial Peace University
  • Connection Groups like Family Bowling and Parent Groups

* Please note – not all small groups available at all times

Recommended Reading

Parenting Your Seventh Grader: A Guide to Making the Most of the “Who’s Going?” Phase
Kristen Ivy and Reggie Joiner
Parenting your 7th grader
Tongues: Beyond the Upper Room
Kenneth Hagin
Tongues Beyond the Upper Room cover
Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids in a Wireless World
Kathy Koch
Screens and Teens book cover