CAPTURE YOUR GODLY THOUGHTS

Using the Protection, Safety, and Identity Flash Cards and a bottle of bubbles, have the children learn to capture Godly thoughts!

Here’s how: when you read a statement from the flash cards, blow some bubbles and have the children capture that Godly thought with their hands and then either put their hands on their head or on their heart (or both) to symbolize capturing that thought into their hearts and minds. Through this exercise they will learn the importance of being conscious of their thoughts, and purposing to secure God’s thoughts in their hearts in minds!

 

The Protection, Safety, and Identity Flash Cards include 10 flash cards that can be printed for hands-on use or viewed on any PDF supporting digital device. Each card features real-life imagery with statements that speak directly to your child’s value, identity, character, and destiny. Fill in your child’s name for a personal connection both from the reader to child as well as from God’s heart to his/hers.

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