The Bible Tells Me So


Worship is more than singing to God—although it is that. Imagine worship where children are able to be one-to-one with God. That’s the intimacy worship stations create. Whether kids are clenching a piece of ice in their fists, standing in the wind of a fan, or looking within themselves to examine their relationships with others, these worship stations will help your kids experience God’s love and reality in authentic and genuine ways.

For more great articles like this, subscribe to our magazine. Subscribe now and get free ideas that'll help families grow in faith this Christmas season! With these reproducible templates, it's easy to partner with parents to lead kids to Jesus!

In this worship station, kids will focus on God’s Word.

You’ll Need:  full-length mirror; four Scripture passages printed in reverse: Proverbs 27:19; 1 Corinthians 13:12;
2 Corinthians 13:5; James 1:23-24;

prayer directions (Give the “The Bible Tells Me So” card to kids)

Prep Prop: 
a full-length mirror sideways on the floor against a wall. Dim the lights where kids can still read. Download and cut apart enough Scripture references for each child to have one. Prepare prayer directions for kids to use as they pray.

Station Directions
1. Face the mirror. Then hold up and read your Scripture’s reflection in the mirror.
2. Think about what this experience was like for you. Then pray to better understand and focus on God’s Word.

No more wasted time on newsletters parents aren’t reading! Start getting the ease and professionalism of the Parenting Christian Kids newsletter for just $6.67 $4.99 a month. Hurry! This offer is valid for a limited time!


About Author

Children's Ministry Magazine

Children's Ministry Magazine is the most read magazine for people who minister to children from birth through sixth grade. We're partnering with you to make Jesus irresistible to kids.

Leave A Reply