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" . . . be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain" 1 CO 15:58.
What you need: You will need a bowl full of different colored candies, such as Skittles or Runts, and a plastic spoon and a napkin for each child. Make a list of discussion starter questions to match the candy colors. For example: Red=favorite food, Green=favorite T.V. show or movie, Yellow=favorite activity, Orange=favorite or not-so-favorite subject in school, Brown=favorite book, etc.
If you want to play more than one round: Where were you born? How many siblings do you have? How long have you lived in your current home? What do you want to be or do when you grow up? If you could have a super power, what would it be?
How to play: Children sit in a circle holding a plastic spoon. Pass the bowl
around the circle. Have children scoop out 3 pieces of candy and place them in
their napkin. Display the discussion starter questions. Children take turns by
first saying their name, and then answering the questions that match the colors
they chose. Once everyone has had a chance to "sweet talk," they may
eat their candy!
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A fun way for children to understand and and memorize John 3:16.
"My Junior Church group just loved the John 3:16 Pictograms. They are only from 3-5 years old. They had never heard the word Pictograms and they were very curious. . . . We had been working on that verse, they already knew it and could also sing it. But as they coloured the booklets I made for them, they kept commenting on how it is such a good idea to make Pictograms." Learn more.
Each of the 24 prayer sections in "My Prayer Journal" contain an inspirational Bible verse from Psalm 119 to meditate upon before praying, a "Prayer Priorities" section to record urgent prayers, a larger section to write prayers for family, friends, and leadership, etc., and a "Gratitude & Praise" section to journal prayers of thanksgiving. When prayers are answered, mark through them with a highlighter pen; it's an encouragement to see God's answers and a motivation to keep praying!
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