Prayer crafts

Explore a collection of creative prayer crafts for both kids and adults. Engage in hands-on activities that enhance your prayer experience and deepen your spiritual connection.
Teaching children about prayer and how Jesus Gets Excited When We Pray! Fervent comes from Latin word to boil. We should be praying Fervently!

Looking for some fun lessons for teaching children (and getting them excited!) about Jesus, can kind of be difficult. Especially when you have children in your classroom that can range in age from three months to almost 6th grade. I found this on Pinterest- Fizzy Forgiveness Prayer Station. What I really loved about this was the fact that you can take something relatively easy to find (fizzy tablets) and turned it into something really cool! Kids LOVE fizz. Even I as an adult, feel child…

Kim Wilson
Flame: Creative Children's Ministry: The Power of Prayer: Skittles Experiment! Bible Crafts, Pre K, Sunday School Object Lessons, Sunday School Activities, Sunday School Crafts, Sunday School Lessons, Bible Object Lessons, Kids Church Lessons, Easy Kids Church Lessons

This experiment with skittles is colourful, easy and makes a great statement about what we are asking God to do when we pray. In essence, prayers are a way of joining with God and asking him to have an effect on the world and situations around us. We pray because we believe that our prayers, through God's power, will make a difference to the world. In this activity, colour is released from the sweets into the surrounding water, creating a colourful picture, symbolic of how the prayers we…

Carey Hellman
Flame: Creative Children's Ministry: Button Prayers Pre K, Bible Crafts, Projects, School Prayer, Prayer Crafts, Bible Object Lessons, Church Crafts, Manualidades, Classroom

If you are looking for an active, kinaesthetic, way of praying in a small group or even with the whole congregation, then this might be for you! You will need: A collection of buttons of different shapes, sizes and colours- at least one button for each person praying. Give everyone a button. Feel the hardness of the button and think about people who are going through hard times. Ask God to help them. Buttons are used to fasten clothes together. Ask God to bring together people who have…

Ruth Copsey