To help kids understand the meaning of prayer, have them each create their own DIY Prayer Jar. This activity can go along with a discussion about what prayer is, why we pray, and specific Bible versus related to prayer. You can also adjust the craft to go along with your lesson. If you are teaching about how to be thankful, create Gratitude Jars. To teach them to be mindful of all the positives that God has given us, create a Blessing Jar.
Looking for a functional craft activity for your Sunday School, VBS, or even at home? Have your group create their own prayer box to help them direct their thoughts and prayers, and become closer to God. Begin a discussion about what types of things we would ask God, and why we would confide in Him. This will help guide them with what to keep in their prayer box, and to have faith that He is always listening.
How to Make a Prayer Box
Each student can decorate their boxes in their own way. Here’s a list of materials to guide your craft activity:
The Color-Me boxes come in a pack of 12 and are perfect for this craft project because they are white and can be drawn on with marker without it smudging. There are many different ways to decorate a prayer box, but we used some simple concepts for the two we made. Continue reading →
If you’re looking for some Christmas themed activities for Sunday School, Bible School or any other religious group, there are many different fun crafts you can try! Here are 5 of our favorite items that can be used all year round and personalized for any holiday.
This is a great motivational and inspirational craft. The wooden Believe sign can be painted or stained, and you can even use gems or glitter to decorate. We painted the letters with red, green, and white acrylic paint and then added some designs with paint for a festive look. Discuss with your religious group why it is important to believe in God and have faith.
This standing wooden cross can be used for so many different crafts. In this tutorial I will show you how to make this beautiful rainbow patterned cross with beads. This makes a great craft for Bible camp or Vacation Bible School over the summer and can be combined with different lessons on the cross of Christ.