"Pray all the time; thank God no matter what happens. This is the way God wants you who belong to Jesus Christ to live""
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, The Message
We’ve got lots going on for our King’s Kids this week. There is something for everyone, we hope you enjoy praying!
Watch Beth introduce the week, look at the events and activities and at the very bottom of this page we have some bits for parents too.
Friday 29th January, 2.10pm
Fun and games at Craiglockhart Hill, including activities to help our Primary aged kids explore prayer.More info & booking
Saturday 30th January, 10am
Out and about in Firhill Woods, prayer and activities, for toddlers and preschoolers.More info & booking
You never forget your hands! This is a great idea to help you never forget what to prayer for.
If you're feeling creative, you could trace around your own hands and write on the 5 prayer points. If that sounds too complicated, you could do hand prints instead or just print the image.
Is construction your child's thing? Then this Lego idea is for you.
If they're too young for Lego, you could build things out of any construction toys, and pray for them. Why not build your family and pray for them at the same time?
"Now to him who is able to do iMmeasurable More than we ask or imagine" (Ephesians 3:20)
Did you spot the M&M's in this Bible verse? Help your kids pray BIG with this simple M&M idea. Other sweeties are available.
Rachel talks to us about how to chat with God and Catch what he is saying back.Watch
Does your child struggle to know what to talk to God about? This printable PDF has 101 ideas to get your family started.
Maybe you could print it and leave it on your child's pillow at bedtime.
Praying while you colour is great. Not only does it help you concentrate on praying but it's fun too, and you have something brilliant to put on your wall or give to a friend.
Don't fancy this picture? Why not Google for others, or make your own Lord's Prayer picture from scratch.