KINGDOM CHARACTER COMPLIMENTS

The words we speak and the words we allow to attach to or “label” our identities are powerful in affecting how we live our lives. The only words that should characterize our identities in Christ are words of Kingdom qualities and truth. 


Using the Kingdom Character Flash Card set, write the 10 character names (compliments) on blank labels or sticky notes (or put sticky-back tape on plain paper strips). Pick one child at a time to receive a “compliment”. One by one have the other children take turns attaching a compliment to the receiving child. Each time a new compliment is “stuck” to the receiving child, read the name aloud along with the identity statements on that corresponding Kingdom Character Flash Card. (Or even better, have all children repeat the statements after you!) In the process, the receiving child will learn their Kingdom character and identity in Christ—their only true labels. At the same time, the other children will learn Kingdom Character and the power of their words through speaking life-giving “compliments”!

 

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