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The Standard of Love

Love Your Family Day Declare a “Love Your Family Day.” Each family member should write their name on a slip of paper and throw them in a bag. Ask each one to draw a name, but not let anyone see it (to add a little suspense). The name they draw is the person they must...

The Gifts of the Spirit

Given to Give Buy a special treat that can be shared—cookies, candy, small toys, etc.—that your children would like and give it to one child. (Talk with him privately before giving it and make sure he is willing to share it.) As you give it to him, ask, “If I give you...

Contentment in Christ

How Many? Send the children to their rooms to count their toys and then report back with the number. Ask: Do you have enough toys? Why or why not? How many toys do you need to be satisfied or content? Read Philippians 4:11-12 aloud. What does it mean to be content?...

Purity in Christ

Just a Little? Show how sin affects the whole body of Christ followers by making a dessert (or any type of food) together. Assign each child an ingredient to add. As they add the ingredients one at a time, talk about how good it will taste. When all the ingredients...

Unity and Wisdom in Christ

Arguing Is No Fun Plan a special meal to teach your children about unity. Announce each course (appetizer, main course, vegetables, drink, dessert) and invite each family member to share what they would like. (Expect lots of different opinions!) Ask each one to...