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Bible Crafts for God Heals

How to Make Children's Crafts and Games relating to God's Healing Power for Children's Ministry

 

 

First Aid for the Soul

 

First Aid for the Soul Band-Aid Envelope or Box Craft

This Bible Craft Goes with the Lesson "The God Who Heals - Jehova-Rapha" in which children learn that God is the God who heals. He heals not only our physical bodies, but our hearts and minds. on The Resource Room.

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What you will need:

Card Stock (Heavy Paper)

Band-Aid boxes or any small box such as a Jell-O box that the cards will fit in (Optional)

Rubber cement (paper glue)

Red colored pencils or markers

How to make:

1. Print out the "First Aid for the Soul" labels on to card stock. Color them and cut them apart. Glue them to the front of the boxes. (Patterns available to members.)

2. Print out the "Soul Food" cards and cut them apart. Place them in the box. (Patterns available to members.)

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Includes 5 patterns - Envelopes in color and black and white, First-aid for the soul cards, and black and white and color labels.

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God-Aids Band-aids with Bible Verses

This Bible Craft Goes with the Lesson "The God Who Heals - Jehova-Rapha" on The Resource Room.

God-Aids Bandaids with Bible Verses Sunday School Craft for Children from www.daniellesplace.com

Print out the God-Aid box pattern, cut it out and glue it together.

Each paper bandaid has a Bible verse can be given to people who are hurting.

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Includes 2 patterns - Envelopes in color and black and white, First-aid for the soul cards, and black and white and color labels.

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"God's Words are First Aid for Our Souls" First Aid Kit Craft

"God's Words are First Aid for Our Souls" First Aid Kit Craft for Children's Ministry from www.daniellesplace.com

This Bible Craft Goes with the Lesson "The God Who Heals - Jehova-Rapha" on The Resource Room.

Children cut out and glue the box together. The cut out the bandaids, fold them, and glue them together and then place them in the "God-Aids" box.

Each Bandaid contains a Bible verse that will help in different situations such as when you are scared, sad, sick, worried, or tired.

Each paper bandaid has a Bible verse can be given to people who are hurting.

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Includes 2 patterns - Envelopes in color and black and white, First-aid for the soul cards, and black and white and color labels.

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Make Nurse's Caps

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These caps can be made for dolls or stuffed animals or for your children.

For Directions and Patterns for this craft go to the Doctor and Nurse Crafts on Danielle's Place.

 

 

Bible Verse Review Game

1. Before class prepare a "God-Aid" (above) box for each child. Print out the Bandages Pattern (Patterns available to members on The Resource Room.) and cut them apart.

2. Write one word of the Bible verse on the back of each bandage. Make a set for each child.

3. In class go over the Bible verse word for word and write it on the board.

4. Give each child a set of bandages and see who can put the words together first in the correct order. Have your children store the bandages in the box.

 

 

Play a Medical Supply Memory Game

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1. Display first aid supplies (or use the pictures from the craft) on a tray. Point to each item and tell your children what it is called. Without the children looking remove an item from the tray and then ask them what is missing.

2. The child who answers first wins.

3. Replace the item that you removed and keep playing until the children get tired. You can also have the winner remove one item.

 

 

Bandage Relay

For primary ages, do a "bandage relay". Two teams, have them try to wrap or unwrap each other from gauze wrap, ace bandages, etc. Or give them each a stack of Band-Aids and have them unwrap and stick them on each other in a certain amount of time.