It’s important to teach kids to respond to God’s Word every time they read it. A response can be a question, something that made you smile, or another story in the Bible that this reminds you of. Responding to God’s Word can also be something you do: acting out what you read, building the story out of Legos, or praying about something God said. There are no right or wrong answers, it’s about teaching your children to read God’s Word and respond to Him. Each week we will post new questions and activity ideas to get you started. Don’t feel pressured to get through them all– just pick a few that fit your family and see how they lead to great conversations about who Jesus is!

Titus 3

Response Activities:

  • Cretan Ceramics: Cut out a simple jar/vase shape out of brown construction paper. Using a black marker or crayon, draw a picture on the vase of yourself hanging out with Jesus. Paul knew that Jesus could change the Cretans from being mean to being really kind when they spent time with Jesus
  • Magazine Mosaics: Gather any magazines or shopping catalogs you have around the house. Follow these instructions for making your own creative mosaic design. The Greeks were known for their elaborate tile work that included pictures of everyday life. Paul knew what Cretans were known for, but He also wanted Jesus to change them so they could be known for following Him.
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