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What you need: Large playground ball; a memory queue*: the Bible verses your class has been memorizing, such as the Books of the Bible, The 23rd Psalm, The Lord's Prayer, The Beatitudes, The Fruit of the Spirit, The Ten Commandments, etc.
How to play: Divide class into two teams. Players on teams line up side-by-side,
an arms distance apart. Have teams face each other, begin by standing 3-4 feet
apart. Ball is given to one of the players on the end. Player holding the ball starts
the game by saying the first word in the memory queue*, and then bounces it to the
opposing player on the other team. That player must then say the next word in
the memory queue. If the player is unable to say the correct word, that player
is out. If you prefer the player to stay in the game, player can pass it back
across to the other team. Teams make points for every correct word spoken. After
the line of players have had a chance to say the memory que, players take a step
back to widen the gap. You can also decide to eliminate players for not tossing
the ball correctly or not catching the ball. Play continues as long as time
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The pictures tell the Easter story. Children color and cut their own set of twelve eggs. Use the egg patterns to hold hard-boiled or candy-filled plastic eggs, or cut out the egg shapes and place them inside 12 plastic eggs or in one large egg. There are multiple uses for this craft. Learn more.
"I have given them your word and the world has hated them, for they are not of the world any more than I am of the world. My prayer is not that you take them out of the world but that you protect them from the evil one. They are not of the world, even as I am not of it" John 17:14-16.
It was a crisp, south Florida, Saturday morning, a perfect day to ride my bicycle. I grabbed my camera and took off. The ride to the ocean was spectacular. The clear, blue sky, every blade of grass, every stone, every leaf and ocean wave cried out, "Praise the Lord, let all creation, praise the Lord!"
I snapped several pictures at the inlet; amazed at God's handiwork. Even though I've been there dozens of times before, this day was particularly dazzling.
I continued my ride, pushing hard on the peddles—faster, faster, breathing in, exhaling slowly; I was awestruck at every turn. Then I saw it— continue reading.
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