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Over the years Sunday School Network has provided many games, crafts, and lessons, which are devoted to the topic of the Lord's Prayer. We have now gathered them together and linked them on one page; some are free and some are pay-for-use. I hope you find these ideas useful in your ministry to children! Check it out!
The word, Lenten, is derived from an old English term for the "lengthening" of days, which occurs in Springtime. Lent is the 40 day period before Easter Sunday, excluding Sundays and a few minor variations in the church calendar. Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent. On Ash Wednesday ashes are placed on the foreheads of the faithful in the sign of the cross to remind them of Christ's death, of the sorrow one should feel for his or her sins, and of the necessity of repenting, which is turning from sin and turning to God. Traditionally, the ashes are obtained from burned palm branches from the Palm Sunday of the previous year.
Many people believe the practice of placing ashes on the forehead began in 1091 A.D. by the Roman Catholic church. However, the custom of placing ashes on the head as a sign of repentance dates back to Old Testament times . . . keep reading.
My Prayer Journal - Each of the 24 prayer sections 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!
A meaningful gift idea for the important women in your life! Great for Mother's Day, Bible study teachers, wives, daughters, and girlfriends. Conveniently sized at 6" x 9", with a minimalist design interior. Learn more.
"Sermon Notes - Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God." A 25 week guide for taking Sermon Notes. Each week there's a place to record the date, title, and speaker, with three pages for note-taking, and an additional page to record a life application and personalized prayer. Taking Sermon Notes Promotes: active listening, keeps the mind focused on the message, can be used as a home-study reference, and may even promote message retention. This sermon notebook is a great Christian gift for Mother's Day, Student gifts, and for Holidays and Holy Days. Learn more!
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