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Church School Lesson for Home: Lettuce Love One Another!

Updated: Mar 15, 2021

Dear families- In case you missed our Google Meet yesterday, here is our lesson that you can do at home!

New and Goods: This week we shared something that we're looking forward to!!

Opening Prayer:

Dear God,

Thank you for our time together. Please help us learn how we can show your love to others!

In Jesus' Name we Pray,


Activity #1:

Begin by watching this Veggie Tales Clip! Bob and Larry have some great tips on how we can show love to others!! While you're watching, keep your child's church school notebook handy so he/she can write down the five ways we can show love.

When you're done watching the video, see if you and your child were able to write down all five ways we can show love to others. It's also a good challenge to see if you can remember the Bible stories that went along with each action.

Activity #2:

On the next blank page of the church school journal, have your child draw an outline of a cross the best that he/she can. Then, draw random straight lines on the inside(see below). After that you can connect the edges of the lines together and to the sides of the cross to create a stained glass look. There is no right or wrong way to connect the lines! This can be your child's Lenten Love Cross. Each time he/she performs one of these acts of love OR if someone shows them an act of love, he/she can color in one piece of the stained glass. The object is to complete the cross before the end of Lent! We also mentioned that loving others is something we should do ALL the time, but by doing this activity during Lent, hopefully it will become second nature!

Bonus Activity:

Here is a bonus activity you may want to try at home. I have ALWAYS wanted to do this, but have not yet tried. Maybe this will be the year! I would love to see pictures from anyone who makes one!


I hope you all have a blessed week!


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