By Penny A. Zeller
Serving others is a crucial a part of the Christian lifestyles. repeatedly Christ proven the significance of placing others first and giving what we will be able to to assist these much less lucky.
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3:12. In this activity you are helping to clothe a baby. Describe how this act of kindness correlates to this verse. Mark 5:36-43 tells of a man named Jairus whose 12-year-old daughter died. Saddened by this, Jairus went to Jesus, hoping He could heal his daughter. Jesus told Jairus, “Don’t be afraid; just believe” (v. 36). Later He healed Jairus’s daughter. What do you think Jairus’s response was when his daughter was able to walk around after being presumed dead? Why do you think Jesus told Jairus to “just believe”?
The title was written on the cover. Your family may choose to use tablets or inexpensive journals rather than making the books. Children can decorate the covers or interiors with drawings, poems, or stickers. Place each book on the table so that when guests arrive, they are able to write in each book. Encourage children to participate and write in the books. Be sure to put a date on the back cover to remember the occasion in the future. The same books may also be used from year to year, with dates accompanying each occasion.
Lev. 19:32 4. Buy a Week’s Worth of Meals Hundreds of families across the country can’t afford even the most basic needs—especially food. A good exercise to teach your children about helping others is to buy groceries for a family. Call your local Salvation Army or food bank, and find out the food needs of a family in your area. When our family embarked on this project, we asked for a family who had the same family makeup as ours (although this is not necessary)—a family with two girls, a mother, and a father.