Whatever our age, worry can be a massive issue. Matthew 6:25- 34 is a passage that helps put our worry into perspective by encouraging us to trust God with our lives because he cares for us. The following... More

Registered users only: Download as a PDF here.Acts 2:42-47 and 4:32-37 give a clear picture of what life was like for the early Church. The following craft ideas will help children explore themes of sharing,... More

The story of Elijah fleeing from Ahab and Jezebel (1 Kings 19) contains so many elements that can be explored from a well-being perspective: of fear, anguish, journey, reflection, encountering God and... More

The events of Good Friday are powerful and striking, and several key themes can be drawn out. The following craft ideas will help children explore the themes of sorrow, love, destruction, pain and new... More

Genesis 1 and 2 give different accounts of the creation story, one that describes the creation of the world in six days and one that focuses on the Garden of Eden and the creation of Adam and Eve. These... More

Background: 1 Corinthians 13 is an incredibly popular Bible passage that explores the characteristics of love. It is often used at weddings but has much to say about love in all its different forms. These... More

Background: This is one of the best-known and best-loved of Jesus’ miracle stories. Here are some ideas to help you take a creative approach to some of the themes.  More

Background Christmas inspires a whole range of craft and construction ideas, but these activities should help you dig a little deeper into the story with children and help them meet with God through the... More

Background: The story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in the fiery furnace has strong themes of faith, strength, protection, determination and worship. These crafts will help children to explore these... More

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