Kingdom Chronicles Belt of Truth craft.  Print verses, staple to ribbon, wa la, Belt of Truth

Kingdom Chronicles Belt of Truth craft. Print verses, staple to ribbon, wa la, Belt of Truth

This is an amazingly powerful and EASY Armor of God Object Lesson from @Cindy West (Our Journey Westward).  We'll be doing this one ASAP!

Armor of God Object Lesson

This is an amazingly powerful and EASY Armor of God Object Lesson from West (Our Journey Westward). We'll be doing this one ASAP!

Armor of God Lesson-  great science,hands on and shows this Bible truth.  My grandchildren loved this and what a great way to show God's armor against satan.

Armor of God Object Lesson

Use oranges and water to demonstrate the importance of girding ourselves with… Armor of God Object Lesson Materials: two oranges a glass bowl large enough for two oranges to be completely submerged water Bible

Ephesians 6:10-18 The Armor of God Object Lesson.  Fill a bowl with water (represents the world), have the kids sprinkle pepper into it (represents sin) while naming some sins of the world, ask students to put finger in water (the sins will stick), now wipe off fingers and explain how the whole Armor of God protects us, ask one student to dip finger in soap (Armor of God) and dip finger again in peppered water...the pepper (sin) is repelled. {Muffin Tin Mom: Pepper and Dish Soap Experiment}

Could teach putting on the armor of God with this lesson.Muffin Tin Mom: Preschool Science: Pepper and Dish Soap Experiment

Draw Your Sword game to familiarize kids with Bible and help with Scripture memorization. From Look to Him and be Radiant's Armor of God lessons

Draw Your Sword game to familiarize kids with Bible and help with Scripture memorization. From Look to Him and be Radiant's Armor of God lessons. Good activity to go with armor of God lesson.

Trace each child onto paper and cut out.  Let them decorate by using crayons, markers, fabric, etc.  Provide labels for each piece of armor for them to glue on and draw arrows to that part of their paper body!

Trace each child onto paper and cut out. Let them decorate by using crayons, markers, fabric, etc. Provide labels for each piece of armor for them to glue on and draw arrows to that part of their paper body!

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