Hard Hearts

0

hard1Best for ages 7 to
12

For more great articles like this, subscribe to our magazine. Buy 3+ subscriptions for only $12 each.

You’ll need a Bible, hard-boiled eggs, and washable markers

Give every child an egg, and allow kids to decorate the outside
of the shells. As they work, ask: How does the outside of the egg
feel? Once they’ve finished decorating the eggs, read aloud Psalm
95:6-9.

Say: God wants our hearts to be soft toward him. But our hearts
can be hard.

Ask: What are some things that might happen to make people’s
hearts hard?Say: When our hearts get hard, they’re closed toward
God.

Kids love our Sunday School resources!

Have kids crack their eggs. Once they’ve peeled away the shell,
ask them to feel the inside of the egg. Ask: Describe what the
inside of the egg feels like.

Say: When our hearts are hard, God can crack away the hard outer
shell to reveal something soft on the inside. What helps to make
your heart soft toward God? Pray with kids and ask God to make each
of their hearts soft like the inside of the egg, not hard like its
shell. Then let kids wash their eggs and enjoy a snack.

This is excerpted from the article “Happy New You” featured
Children’s Ministry Magazine. 
Try an issue for FREE
and see what you’re
missing!

Share.

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

CMPopUp2

For more great articles like this, subscribe to our magazine. Buy 3+ subscriptions for only $12 each.

Only $12 with 3 or more subscription purchases

For more great articles like this, subscribe to our magazine. Buy 3+ subscriptions for only $12 each.