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Lesson 3: The Light




Your Own Unseen Power Book

This activity allows your child to creatively interpret the concept of the Light through their own illustration of the Unseen Power book.


Parent instructions:

  1. Download and print the book format.
  2. Help your child design the front and back covers, as well as a corresponding illustration for each story page, using markers or colored crayons. 
  3. Ask your child to show you their illustrations and explain the story in their own words.

pickup points

  • The Light is the Source of everything that exists in this world.
  • The Light's nature is to always share.
  • The Light is the Source of all spiritual fulfillment.
  • The Light is always available to us.

words to know

Light: The Source of everything that exists in this world; a force of constant sharing that provides complete and unlimited spiritual fulfillment and happiness


Workbook page 17-18

Give your child the opportunity to reflect on this new knowledge by having them respond to the following questions on pages 17 and 18 of the Workbook, or in a personal notebook.

  • Describe a time when you felt the Light in your life – moments you felt happy, free or excited.
  • Describe a time when you did not feel the Light in your life – moments you felt sad, lonely or angry.

read on

Continue exploring the themes from this lesson with the following suggested children's literature.

  • The Little Soul and the Sun by Neale Donald Walsch, is a simple and powerful story that brings children a very profound truth: There is not absolute good or bad— underneath all that happens in the world, all that we call  “good” and all that we call “bad,” is love. Your child will discover a God that she or he can love, because God is love, as are all the Little Souls who are a part of God. And perhaps parents, too, will rediscover who they really are
  • God’s Dream by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Douglas Carlton Abrams, has a vision of God’s dream, which he shares here with the youngest of listeners. It involves people who reach out and hold each other’s hands, but sometimes get angry and hurt each other — and say they’re sorry and forgive. It’s a wish that everyone will see they are brothers and sisters, no matter their way of speaking to God, no matter the size of their nose or the shade of their skin. 
  • All Things Bright and Beautiful by Cecil Frances Alexander, is a timeless ode to nature that calls everyone to celebrate the wonders of life, great and small, seen and unseen. Bruce Whatley offers a fresh interpretation of this classic for the whole family to enjoy. Through his lush paintings, we join a little girl's country ramble and share her appreciation of the beauty around her: A flower, the wind, a mountain view, all gives her reasons to pause and praise, and inspire us to do the same.


Crossword puzzle

Fill out the Crossword puzzle, on Workbook page 19.

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