Prayer: Sweet And Sour Grab Bags

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A fun Bible activity created to to teach your children’s
ministry kids a sweet lesson.

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Prepare one grab bag with several different kinds of candy –
sweet, sour, hot, and dark-chocolate — for every four kids. Form
groups of four and give each group a grab bag. Have children take
turns reaching into the bag for one candy. When each child has a
treat, explain that the candies represent different kinds of
prayer.

Use the following examples to lead kids in prayer.

Sweet candy — thank God for a “sweet time” in
your life.

Sour candy — ask God to help you add sweetness
to someone else’s day.

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Hot candy — ask God to keep you excited about
serving him.

Dark-chocolate candy — pray for someone who’s
going through a difficult time.

After you’ve prayed, enjoy the treats. Have each child put one
of each candy in a sandwich bag to take home. Encourage children to
teach their families what they’ve learned about prayer. 
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Adapted from Hooray! Let’s Pray! by Lois Keffer (Group
Publishing, Inc.) Please keep in mind that phone numbers,
addresses, and prices are subject to change.

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