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Attributes of God (Watching) | Direct

 
Attributes of God (Watching) | DirectWhile this sheet, covering the idea of God watching, can be given to children to write on the resulting discussion is the important aspect. The design makes it suitable for all ages of children, though the group dynamics will determine the length of the activity.

You may find it helpful to have a copy for yourself, or a piece of note paper. Discuss each silhouette and how the people may be feeling. Jot down some of the responses and use them as prayer prompts with the children at the end of the discussion if it is appropriate. As always remind the children that there is no right answer, each opinion is valid, and discussions will not be repeated to parents or to anyone for that matter.*

The PDF can be downloaded by clicking HERE.

* According to your church child protection policy

Attributes of God (Watching) | Make

 

We really enjoyed this craft for school aged children. Taking the idea that God is with us day and night we used stamps to decorate a day / night image.

The images I used for each stamp were drawn freehand, but the background image is available as a jpeg at the end of the post.
 
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Attributes of God (Watching) | Talk

 
Attributes of God (Watching) | TalkIf you want the teacher sheet then click HERE

Today we are looking at the ultimate hero, God. (note, if you wish to differentiate between God the father and Jesus then you may want to insert ‘part of’ into that sentence)

Essential Teachers notes:
God is always watching us, for some that is a scary thought but the comforting element is what we need to stress throughout this lesson.
Main Passage: Proverbs 15 :3

As this is a verse following a biblical theme rather than a story I’ve not used a specific bible story. The story below is a true event that happened to myself and my friend. If you have a similar story to share then do. Being real to your kids rather than reading a book helps make Christianity live in their imaginations. …continue reading

Attributes of God (Watching) | Play

 

God is always watching us, for some that is a scary thought but the comforting element is what we need to stress throughout this lesson

 

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Hidden eyes – ideally you would use ping pong balls with the iris drawn on for this game which grosses hide the thimble with hide and seek, but in reality circles of paper or anything that could represent eyes will work.
 

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Blind man’s buff – This traditional game links in more aptly than may seem at first glance, it opens the conversation to how secure you feel when you seem to be in some way alone.
 
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