Background: This story is full of imagery about evangelism and discipleship, and has so much potential for open-ended and exploratory crafts! More

Background: The parable of the pearl is tiny in terms of words, but still offers a wealth of themes to explore through creative means. Use these crafts to help children explore the themes of treasure,... More

Background The story of Jonah is about more than getting stuck inside a big fish! Here are some crafts to help draw out the story’s themes of journey, self-discovery, repentance and forgiveness, and s... More

The story of Jesus calling the fishermen to follow him and become fishers of people is rich in imagery and lends itself to a range of craft activities. The following ideas explore the story’s themes of... More

Background: David and his whole family are taken by surprise when he is chosen by God, through Samuel, to be Israel’s king. These crafts will help children explore some of the key themes of the story in... More

The story of Jesus’ ascension in Acts 1 is full of mystery and spectacle. There are clouds, a disappearing saviour, strange men in white robes and a job given to the disciples to be witnesses of Jesus... More

The story of Jesus washing the feet of the disciples in John 13 is incredibly moving and clearly shows us that Jesus is a different kind of king. He came to serve and not to be served, and is also here... More

These craft ideas help children explore the different elements of Abraham, Sarah and Isaac’s story. They take some of the big images of the story and help children focus on what God might be saying to... More

The book of Revelation is one of the most image-rich books of the Bible, and Revelation 21:1-8 and 22:12-21 are full of language about a new heaven and Earth, and what it will be like there. These craft... More

Good Friday can often be a tough part of the Easter story to explore. It involves sadness, pain and despair, and can be a source of deep conversation with children and young people. It would be easy to... More