GOD'S BIG FAMILY!

Using the Family and Generational Blessings Flash Cards, and some snacks to share or a loaf of bread (or even pretend food or modeling clay if you prefer), tell the children that we all are part of God’s Big Family! Then, ask them if they would like to sit at Father God’s family dinner table.

Invite them to come and sit at the table, and explain to them that they are going to share Father God’s meal together as a family. Then ask them who would like some of the meal (whether a piece of the bread or a portion of the snack). As you give them their portion, read a statement from the Flash Cards over them, and you can even have them repeat it back.

This is a great way to utilize even snack or meal time as a demonstration of the Father’s heart over them, and to recognize their identity as part of God’s big family!

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