Bible Study and Arts n’ Crafts

Every other Wednesday at my church, I teach a bible lesson to our school-aged children.  I started using a lesson plan from H.E.A.R.T Ministry.  It is a series called Attributes of the Godly, and it consists of 8 lessons.  You can download the PDF here.

These are the lessons:
LESSON 1: Having a Fruitful Ministry
LESSON 2: What Ought We to Do
LESSON 3: Being Upright in Psalms & Proverbs I
LESSON 4: Being Upright in Psalms & Proverbs II
LESSON 5: A Continuing Walk with God (Old Testament)
LESSON 6: A Continuing Walk with God (New Testament)
LESSON 7: Being a Yielded Vessel (Old Testament)
LESSON 8: Who’s Who in the New Testament

“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
II Timothy 2:15 KJV

I always like to have a craft activity and/or game after the lesson.  We made apples out of pipe cleaners, a very simple, non-messy activity that went along with lesson one, and also perfect for the fall season.  You can follow the instructions here.

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We also made pumpkins using pipe cleaners and beads.  You can follow instructions here.

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The craft we did tonight didn’t really go along with lesson 2, but it is something that can be used for Thanksgiving decor.  You can follow instructions here.

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All you need are cardboard tubes, hot glue, stickers or other embellishments, and decorative fabric, tape, or ribbon. I chose burlap and fall leaf stickers.
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Cut your cardboard roll(s) into equal size rings.  Also cut your fabric according to size of the ring.
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Hot glue your fabric onto cardboard roll. Then add your embellishments using hot glue. Careful not to burn yourself!

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TA-DA!

 

 

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