8th 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.

The Power of the Word

Your eighth-grade student will learn about a daily devotional life with their Bible and the benefits of getting into the word. 2 Timothy 3:16 says all scripture is God-breathed and probably for teaching, proof, correction, and training for truth in righteousness. In Psalms 119:105, your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. God desires you to grab hold of these truths and recognize that every answer they need is in their Bible.

Student Engagement

Parent/student engagements are designed to help connect and strengthen the family unit by providing intentional conversations that your student needs in this season of life. In the month of September, we want to help you stay engaged in your student’s spiritual walk with the Lord by providing you the tools to do a devotional with your child.

Daily Devotional Life

Now more than ever is so important to model your devotional life because your eighth-grade student will or should be following suit. We have a way to track your devotional time and a Bible plan to help you walk through the Bible with your student.

Do a One Year Bible Plan Together

How to Have a Daily Devotional


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 Eighth Grader: A Guide to Making the Most of the “Yeah … I Know” Phase
Kristen Ivy and Reggie Joiner
Age of Opportunity: A Biblical Guide to Parenting Teens
Paul David Tripp
Age of Opportunity book cover
Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids in a Wireless World
Kathy Koch