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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. 

 



He's Risen Eggs

Resurrection Craft for Lent and Holy Week

Resurrection eggs story Easter craft for kids

The egg pictures tell the Easter resurrection story. Children can color and cut their own set of twelve eggs. The egg patterns can hold real hard-boiled eggs or candy-filled plastic eggs by using the special pattern stand, or cut the egg shapes away from the stand and place the egg pictures inside 12 plastic eggs or in one large egg. There are multiple uses for this craft, as well as a game for kids to play! 

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I AM the Good Shepherd

Adult Easter Lenten Devotional

I AM the Good Shepherd, John 10

When I was a child my mother read Psalm 23 to me each night as she tucked me into bed. Thinking back, I suppose that is one of the greatest gifts she ever gave me. Over the years, this Psalm has been a great comfort as I’ve walked the shadowed paths of life. I am reminded that the Lord is near, he cares for me, and continues restoring my soul from the many trials and traumas I’ve experienced. 

In Bible times, kings were often called shepherds. When King David wrote this Psalm, God used his experience as a young sheepherder to tell the Israelites of a greater Authority over them, declaring, “Yahweh is my Shepherd. . .” By this, he acknowledged the God of Israel, the “I AM Who I AM,” as his Shepherd-King. 

Jesus used similar language to identify himself when he announced, “I AM the Good Shepherd.” He fulfilled the promise from Ezekiel 34. In that passage . . .
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Crucified and Buried 

Easter Drama for Children's Ministry



Set and Costume Preparation: Bible-time costumes or improvise costumes; crown of thorns; cross (make one or draw one and hang on wall); dice; sign which reads, "The King of the Jews"; long, white strip of cloth or sheet.

Choose Your Actors: Narrator, Jesus, Crowd (one or more actors), Soldier (One or more actors), Simon, Jewish Leader (one or more actors), Joseph and Pilate.

(Based on Mark 15:19-46)

Director: “Lights, Camera, Action!”

Narrator: “After Jesus had been severely beaten and bloodied, they led him away to be crucified.”

Jesus: (struggling to walk with cross, real or pretend, on back)

Crowd: (angrily yelling) "Crucify him! Crucify him! Crucify him!”

Soldier: (to Simon) “Hey you! Carry this man’s cross!”

Simon: “What? Are you talking to me?”

Soldier: “Get over here! Carry this cross!”

Narrator: “So Simon, who was from Cyrene, carried Jesus’ cross to a place called Golgotha, which means skull.” 

(Jesus stands in front of cross with arms outstretched)

Soldier: (to Jesus) “Here, drink this wine.”

Narrator: “But Jesus refused it.” 

Soldier: “Hey, let’s play a game of dice to see who wins the king’s clothes! If I throw a two, I win!”

(soldiers cheer and throw dice to see who wins)

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Crown of Thorns
Confession Activity for Lent

What you need: toothpicks, floral foam ring. 

At our evening meal in the weeks leading up to Easter, we created a crown of thorns—with each toothpick signifying something we had done that day for which we were sorry and for which Christ had paid the penalty. The exercise brought home to us, night after night, how through our wrongdoing we were guilty and how we needed a Savior. And how Jesus freed us through His death on the cross.

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