|This craft is really just a bit of fun rather than something deep and theological, it depicts the three characters in the parable of the forgiven debt or unforgiving servant. Once made it can be a storytelling prop, a way to ask deeper questions about forgiveness, or just a toy to play with.|
|To make this craft you will need the printout, scissors, glue, and a dowel (we used a chopstick).
For printing in Colour PDF – 1 page
For printing without Colour PDF – 1 page
|Add some colour if you need to then grab the scissors and cut these strange shapes out. If you are a perfectionist you can score the fold lines too!|
|Use a hole punch to make a hole where the small circle indicates. You may need to slightly widen that hole with something like a sharp pencil.|
|Time to get folding, every fold goes the same way – mountain fold or ink on the outside.|
|We are going to make little boxes. It’s best to do this one side at a time and allow the glue to dry.|
|Slide the boxes onto your dowel so they can spin feely and make up the three characters.|
Spin the boxes to complete the picture,
Which is the king, which servent do you think the king lent money to, which is the poorer servant, why?