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Do you ever feel like you’re just winging it as a mom? I know I sometimes do. It’s hard to know what the right thing to do is, especially for our kids. Lucky for us, there are resources out there to help us out. This faith-based resource for kids is one of them. It’s packed full of information, ideas, and activities that will help us raise our children in a Christian home. Plus, it’s written in an easy way for us to understand. So if we’re looking for tips on raising godly children, this is the place to start!
As Christians, we greatly desire our kids to know Jesus. We do our best to teach our children about God’s word – The Bible, but many things can get in the way as much as we try. It may be a matter of our time, convenience, how best to communicate or the best resources to use.
About Kids Faith Krate
Kid’s Faith Krate was created to help solve or address these problems. It consists of weekly biblical activities and talking points. As a result, parents get resources that empower them to spend quality time with their children and help them feel confident in having spiritual conversations.
The Kids Faith Krate crafts changes from month to month and are best suited for ages 4-10
- Four weekly Bible lessons to do with your child.
- Four crafts to go along with each week’s lessons.
- Every month, a new stamp to add to your stamp collection for scripture memorization.
Supplies for up to 3 children can fit in a single box, so you can specify how many kids’ supplies you need when signing up.
My girls had so much fun unboxing and working with kids Faith Krate. We got back from church, had a sumptuous lunch and dived into the first week’s activity for the kid’s Faith Krate. The theme for the month is Camp compassion.
- Week one – Compassion for the Hungry.
- Week two – Compassion for the sick.
- Week three – Compassion for the Needy.
- Week four – Compassion for the World.
Week one – Compassion for the Hungry.
We studied the Bible passage – 1 Kings 17:7-24. It is the story of Elijah and the Widow at Zarephath. The girls loved rereading the story, and we all shared fresh insights. They answered questions like, What was Elijah, the mother, and her son feeling in this story? The girls answered hunger. I used the analogy that when you close your fist, you cannot receive anything, but when you open them up to give, you can receive.
The craft for this first week is to create a Bread Napkin from the materials inbox. The girls had fun decorating the plain white napkin in our kid faith krate from the instructions and directions. Included is also the recipe for Olive Oil Bread. We look forward to making this bread, eating but most importantly, sharing it with a widow wrapped in the decorated bread napkin,
So what are you waiting for? Click here to subscribe and get your first box of faith-building activities delivered to your door. You’ll never have to worry about running out of ideas again with a subscription! What a great way to keep the kids occupied and learning this summer. Thank you for reading.