Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.

Fishers Of Men Plaque

       Fishers Of Men Plaque

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Shaker Music Maker

      Shaker Music Maker

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Hanging Fish

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Plan of Salvation Hearts (Hanging Hearts)


Craft foam  (or construction paper) – yellow, black, red, white, blue, green. Purple

School glue


Ribbon or string

Beads – yellow, black, red, white, blue, green. purple

Cut out hearts. Put glue on one side of a heart. Lay string in the middle, then lay the other heart on top of the heart with glue. Add a few beads of the same color to string Repeat process for each heart on string. (Use picture as a guide)

Yellow- In the beginning God made the world beautiful and perfect. God and man shared a special friendship (fellowship / intimacy).

Black- Sin entered into the world that God had created. Sin separated man from God.

Red- Jesus made a way for man to have a relationship with God again. The blood that He shed on the cross washes away our sin.

White- When we ask for forgiveness we are made clean – our sins are forgiven and forgotten.

Blue- After we are saved we should want to follow Jesus’ example in water baptism.

Green- As a Christian we must continue to grow in Christ.

Purple- One day King Jesus will return to take the true Christians home to heaven.

Yellow- In the end everything in the world will be beautiful and perfect again. There will be no more sin!

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Cross Mobile



Holy Spirit


Water Baptism

Holy Communion





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Lion Paper Plate Mask


Paper plate



Construction paper (yellow, brown, orange, black)

Lion mask pattern.

Yellow paint or crayons

Elastic cord or thin elastic

Prepare paper plate – You may paint or color the paper plate.

Cut the eyes and the mouth out of the plate. Use the pattern piece as a guide.

Cut the ears, mane, and nose out of construction paper or card stock. You will need 3 or 4 pieces of the mane – depending on the size of the paper plate.

Make a fringe on one edge of the mane by cutting with scissors.

Make whickers out of very thin pieces of black construction paper.

Assemble mask using the photo as a guide.

Attack a piece of elastic to the back of the mask.


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Prayer Banner


Craft foam

Tacky glue


Hole puncher


Cut 4 squares out of craft foam – use photo as a guide (1 green, 1 red, 1 yellow, and 1 blue).

Punch a hole in each corner of all four squares.

Insert ribbon and glue in place, using the photo as a guide.

Cut the letters out of craft foam. Glue the letters on the squares.

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Plaster Praying Hands


Plaster of Paris

Praying hands soap mold

Paper clip

Various colors of paint

Mix plaster according to the directions on the package. Pour plaster into the mold, and add a slightly bent paper clip in the back before the plaster dries.

After the plaster is dry remove from mold. Allow to dry for several days before painting.

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Stained Glass Window With Dove


Window – cut from heavy paper or poster board.

Tab from a canned drink

Construction paper – various colors



Glitter glue


Attach tab to the back of the window to use as a hanger.

Cut a dove from white construction paper.

Cut the various colors of construction paper into small pieces.

Glue the small pieces of construction paper on the window, then glue the dove on the window. Embellish with glitter glue. Allow to dry.


                    Choose 1 window.


                              Choose 1 dove.

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Trinity Clover


Green construction paper,  cardstock or craft foam



A copy of the pattern

Cut out clover. Glue “God – the Father”, “God the Son”, and “God the Holy Spirit” on the front of the clover. Glue the verse on the back of the clover.

“And afterward I will pour out My Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see visions. Even on my servants, both men and women, I will pour out My Spirit in those days.“

Joel 2:28-29  NIV

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