CUT + Paste + Keep Your Heart Right For Kidmin

 

A Zine For Kids Ministry Leaders & Volunteers

Teaching kids week-after-week can get tiiiiring. Sometimes we wanna lay down + take a nap. We know how easy it is to get lukewarm and lose heart for the good work of making little disciples.

Here are 3 bible verses we cling to throughout the week (srsly, we turned them into a mini zine / booklet for weekly motivation!) to get us leading and volunteering on Sundays with confetti-popping-glee! 🎉

1. DO NOT HINDER

Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” (Matthew 19:14)

We’ve heard this verse time and time again in kids ministry. But we want you to focus on the second part for a minute. “do not hinder them”. It’s not as warm and cozy as the first part, “Let the little children come to me…” but it’s just as important. In this story in Matthew, Jesus has to tell his own followers to get out of the way! And the hard truth in this verse to swallow is that sometimes we get in the way.

2. MAKE DISCIPLES

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. (Matthew 28:19)

Jesus’ final words to His followers while He was on earth is a simple command to go on mission to make disciples. The task of making disciples is our job in children’s ministry and we take it very seriously. But even more than making little disciples and planting God’s Word in their hearts, we need to first ask ourselves a very important question.

“Why do I want to make little disciples?”

Think about it for a second. Most likely, there are real reasons...important reasons. Maybe for you it’s freedom from frustration, growing alongside kids as a Christ follower or getting back your wonder and becoming childlike again...

3. DO NOT TIRE OF DOING GOOD

Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. (Galatians 6:9)

Some days with kids are toughhhh. We worry if the stories we’re teaching are landing in the kids’ hearts. Some Sundays we wonder if we’re just glorified babysitters while the “real” teachable adults get to listen to the message.

Sometimes we don’t see the fruits of our labor right away, but we hold on to this verse knowing that the weekly work we do in discipling children has lasting and impactful effects that echo in heaven!

We hope you use this mini booklet to take time to reflect on what you will and will not do in your holy and set apart calling to Make Little Disciples!

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Cut + Fold:

Cut along outside dotted lines. Fold hot dog style, open and fold hamburger style. Cut the dotted line in between the middle 2 pages. Now open up the zine and fold the inside 2 panels outward. There’s a video below that shows you how…

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We hope this zine serves as a reminder to you + your team in serving your kids!

 

Doubting Thomas Craft

 

A Craft To Challenge Doubt

The Bible tells us in John 20:24-29 about Thomas, who was a follower of Jesus. Thomas didn't believe that Jesus had risen from the dead, even when he heard it from the other disciples! He said "“Unless I see the nail holes in His hands, put my finger in the nail holes, and stick my hand in His side, I won’t believe it.” Eight days later, Jesus shows up and tells Thomas to put his finger in His wounds, Jesus speaks these powerful words to Thomas, “Stop doubting and believe”. 

This weeks craft is a paper hands pop-up of Jesus’ hands with a piece of scripture that your little makers can weave through Jesus’ wounds. We hope this craft serves as a powerful lesson that just because you can’t see something with your eyes, doesn't mean it is not real.

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Cut along dotted lines and fold along solid lines. Then cut around Jesus + the boat, fold and glue where it says so to place both in the right place.

Learn + Transform:

Sometimes it’s hard to believe something we can’t see. After weaving the scripture that Jesus commands through His wounds, we hope it serves as a reminder to your little makers that seeing isn’t believing.

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Road to Emmaus Craft

 

A Craft To Remind Us To Look For Jesus

Three days after His resurrection, Jesus appeared to two of His followers who were traveling on the road to a town called Emmaus. He walked with them all day and they didn’t know it was Him. When they arrived home, they invited Jesus in for supper. It wasn't until He broke bread, that they recognized Him and they rejoiced that He had risen!

This craft is an optical illusion that we like to call "Is that you, Jesus?" At first glance, it's kind of confusing, but with just a couple of folds, you'll recognize that it's Jesus.

It's not always easy to recognize Jesus in our life, sometimes it takes a whole day of walking alongside Him, like His followers on the road to Emmaus, to know He is there.

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Cut along dotted lines and fold along solid lines. Then cut around Jesus + the boat, fold and glue where it says so to place both in the right place.

Learn + Transform:

Sometimes it takes us a whole day to remember that Jesus is with us, kind of like His two followers in this story. We hope this craft encourages your little makers to look for signs of Jesus in their lives and to rest in the comfort that He is walking alongside them daily. 

 
 

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Jesus Is Risen Craft

 

A Craft To Celebrate Jesus' Resurrection

Jesus died on the cross for our sins and after 3 days, He came back to life!! In Matthew 28 we are told that His mother, Mary and Mary Magdalene found Jesus' tomb empty where was buried. An angel appeared to them and said, "I know you are looking for Jesus, the One they nailed to the cross. He is not here. He was raised, just as He said."

This pop-up paper scene illustrates the story of the empty tomb, proclaiming "Jesus is risen!" a common thing we say to one another on Easter. The proper response is, "He is risen indeed!!" 

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Cut along the outside of all the pieces and fold along the dotted lines. Place all the characters and Jesus' empty tomb where it says so.

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Jesus died for our sins and came back to life on the third day. This is why we celebrate Easter! Use this craft to encourage your little makers to understand the significance of Easter and tell them to proclaim "Jesus is Risen!" today to all who they meet. 

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Garden of Gethsemane Craft

 

A Craft To Remind Us To Seek God

In Matthew 26: 36-45, before Jesus was arrested, He went to a garden to talk to His Father. He was praying because He knew His Father was asking Him to die on a cross for our sins and Jesus was scared, He didn't want to die. But He still wanted to do His Fathers will.

This pop-up garden craft shows us Jesus praying to God when He is scared. We hope it helps your little makers remember what to do in times of trouble. Prayer helps us to understand God's will so that we can obey His commands, just like Jesus did. And it works even when we're afraid!

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Cut along dotted lines and fold along solid lines. Then fold in half between the pieces of scripture and continue to fold into 4 equal sized rectangles. Then unfold it to make it into a pop up garden.

Learn + Transform:

Even though Jesus was sad and afraid, He looks to God, His Father, in prayer. This craft reminds us to go to God in prayer when we are scared and to obey His commands, even when we don't understand them. He is faithful and His will for our life is the best way to live.

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The Last Supper Craft

 

A Craft To Remember What Jesus Did For Us

This craft is based on Luke 22:19-20 when Jesus meets with His disciples for one last dinner – also known as “The Last Supper”. This is when Jesus introduces the bread and the cup as symbols of His body and blood which will be broken and shed for them (and for us) when Jesus dies a few days later.

The craft is a 3D paper table with pop-up bread and wine. This is a simple and fun craft that lets your little makers experience the last supper with Jesus and His disciples. We hope that it helps them to explore the symbolism of the bread and the cup that Jesus gives to us.

We encourage you to use this craft to talk to your little makers about communion. The bread and the cup can be difficult symbols for little makers to understand but don't be discouraged! They're smarter than you think.

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Cut + Paste:

Cut along all dotted lines and fold along solids. You can tape the opening to the box closed if you want. Then cut out the bread and cup and stand them up on the table, over the scripture.

Learn + Transform:

Jesus left us these symbols so that we can remember Him, whenever we meet to break bread and drink together. Use this craft to encourage your little makers to learn more about the symbolism of the bread and the cup.

 
 

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Palm Sunday Craft

 

A Craft To Celebrate Jesus' Arrival

Palm Sunday is the day we celebrate the arrival of Jesus into Jerusalem! It's a day made to exclaim "Hosanna!" just like the crowds did when Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey. People had cut branches from palm trees and spread them on the road as a welcome mat for Jesus. They all shouted, “Blessed is He who comes in God’s name!” “Hosanna in highest heaven!” (Matthew 21:9) Hosanna is a word used when celebrating and it means "Hooray for salvation! It's coming! It's here! Salvation!" And that's what Easter is all about right? Salvation through Jesus and His life, death and resurrection.

This Palm Sunday craft is a pop-up paper scene of Jesus entering the gates of Jerusalem, riding on a donkey. We think its a fun way to celebrate the start of Easter! All you need is paper, color, scissors and paste to bring this craft to life! 

We hope it gets you + your little makers excited to begin celebrating Jesus this Easter season! After making this craft have them shout "Hosanna!" to celebrate.

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Cut + Paste:

Cut out Jesus, the donkey, the palm leaves and the gates to Jerusalem. Fold along all the dotted lines to make everything a pop up piece. You might want to tape Jesus onto the donkey so He doesn't fall off. You can put the leaves on the ground in front of Jesus just like the people did on the road to Jerusalem.

Learn + Transform:

It's important to celebrate Jesus' arrival on Palm Sunday just like the crowds did in Jerusalem when He rode in on a donkey. Use this craft to encourage your little makers to start celebrating Jesus this week!

 
 

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Jesus Walks On Water Craft

 
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A Craft To Guide Us Through Tough Times

This craft is based on Matthew 14:22-32, a very well known biblical story. In it we see Jesus walk on water towards a boat of His disciples who are afraid because of a storm. They are in the middle of a severe storm on the water. Jesus keeps them safe through it and tells them to have courage.

It's hard to have courage when we are afraid. But Jesus keeps us afloat when we focus on Him. We can pray to Him for courage and to not be afraid. He is always with us.

This craft is a 3D paper scene of Jesus walking on water towards the boat of His disciples. With just a couple of cuts, folds and paste you can recreate this scene and remember to keep your eyes on Jesus through difficult times.

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Just fill out your name + email and hit "GET THE CRAFT" below to download your freebie. Print the color version or the outlined one, depending on how much time you want to spend on it.

Cut + Paste:

Cut along dotted lines and fold along solid lines. Then cut around Jesus + the boat, fold and glue where it says so to place both in the right place.

Learn + Transform:

Peter began to sink when he became afraid and took his attention off Jesus. But when he looked back at Jesus he was able to stand again. We hope this image inspires your little makers to put their eyes upon Jesus during tough times! When we fix our eyes on Jesus, He can calm any storm.

 
 

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Kingdom Passport Craft

 

A Craft About Belonging To The Kingdom 

We gotta be honest, Matthew 19:14 is one of our favorite scriptures to read to little makers because they light up when they hear it! And we don't blame 'em. Because Jesus says: "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these" That's right...you heard the man! He didn't say the rich or the powerful...He said the "little children".

The craft is a paper “Kingdom Passport" your little makers can personalize with their photo, name and age. We hope it serves as a powerful reminder that the something big + wonderful belongs to them! And it’s kind of a big deal.

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Cut along dotted lines and fold along solid lines. Draw a picture of yourself or find a photo of yourself + paste it in. Be sure to keep this passport in a special place.

Learn + Transform:

When you're little, there isn't much that belongs to you. But Jesus tells little children that the kingdom of heaven does. Use this craft to remind your little makers that the kingdom belongs to them!! We think that's worth celebrating.

 
 

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Woman At The Well Craft

 

A Craft To Encourage Friendship With Jesus

In John 4:1-42 Jesus meets a woman at Jacobs Well, and even though she is a sinner, Jesus talks with her and He offers her "living water" so she will never thirst again! Jesus is the only way we can receive "living water" which brings us eternal life and friendship with Jesus. 

The craft is a pop-up paper well with overflowing water. This is a simple and fun craft that helps your little makers learn that friendship with Jesus never leaves us thirsty. All you ever need for our crafts is paper, color, scissors and paste. We like to keep things simple.

We hope this craft inspires your little makers to spend time with Jesus so that they can grow their friendship with Him and experience His "living water" each day. Because time spent with Jesus will never leave us thirsty.

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Cut along dotted lines and fold along solid lines. Roll the page into a ring and attach it with glue to make the well. Now hang the splash of water with the scripture off the front edge of the well.

Learn + Transform:

We all get thirsty for things that don't ever fill us forever. Only a relationship with Jesus provides quench to our thirst. Use this craft to encourage your little makers to spend more time with Jesus to grow their friendship with Him.

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Jesus Heals Craft: a Withered Hand

 

A Craft About God's Love Above Law

Back in Jesus' day it was against the law to work on the Sabbath. In this bible story told in both Matthew 12:9-14 and Mark 3:1-6, Jesus is confronted by a man with a withered hand. The Pharisees were looking for a reason to accuse Jesus of doing wrong so they pointed out that it would be against the law to heal this man on the Sabbath.

This upset Jesus very much. They were using God's law against Him. And so Jesus said to them, “If any of you has a sheep and it falls into a pit on the Sabbath, will you not take hold of it and lift it out? How much more valuable is a person than a sheep! Therefore it is lawful to do good on the Sabbath.” And so Jesus healed the man's hand right there, in front of the Pharisees, on the Sabbath. He showed them that holding the law higher than God's love for His people is unlawful. 

The craft is a character cone called “A Man's Withered Hand”. This is a simple and powerful craft that shows your little makers the healing  power of Jesus. All you ever need for our crafts is paper, color, scissors and paste. So let's keep it simple and get started.

We hope this craft serves as a powerful reminder that Jesus' love for His people is above the law. He made a call that day when He healed this man's hand, to put His love for His people before the law of the land. And we think it was the right call.

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Cut along dotted lines of both cones and glue where it says so. Now you can place the shorter cone with the stars on top of the first cone, and the man's hand is healed! Just like that.

Learn + Transform:

We know that law is important. And Jesus does too. But it's not more important than His love for His people. God loves us more than the law. Use this craft to explain to your little makers that God's love is the most powerful thing in the world. It can even heal His people, inside and out.

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Jesus Heals Craft: A Blind Man

 

A Craft About The Healing Power Of Faith

The Bible tells us of a blind man who is healed by faith, this story is in both Mark 10:46-52 and in Luke 18:35-43). The blind man was begging on the side of a road that Jesus was traveling along. When the man heard it was Jesus, he shouted out "Jesus have mercy on me!" Jesus stopped and called out to the man. Then, Jesus asked him, "What do you want me to do for you?" And the blind man said, "Lord, I want to see." Then Jesus said,  "Receive your sight, your faith has healed you."

Wow. Can you imagine? The man believed that Jesus could heal him and that is why Jesus said "your faith has healed you".

The craft is a character cone called “A Blind Man”. This is a simple and powerful craft that shows your little makers the power of faith. All you ever need for our crafts is paper, color, scissors and paste. So let's keep it simple and get started.

We hope this craft serves as a powerful reminder to your little makers to have faith in God's power! Encourage them to think about the power of faith and use this cone character to start that conversation. If Jesus can heal a blind man, He can absolutely......

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Cut + Paste:

Cut along dotted lines of both cones and glue where it says so. Now you can place the shorter cone with the stars on top of the first cone, and then the blind man can see! Just like that.

Learn + Transform:

Faith in God can be a very powerful thing. Encourage your little makers to think about ways God can use their faith in Him to change the world! 

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Jesus Heals Craft: A Leper

 

A Craft About The Healing Power Of Hope

The Bible tells us of a leper who is healed by Jesus in Luke 5:12-16 and in Matthew 8:1-4. A leper is someone with a skin disease that appears in spots or bumps all over their skin. Lepers were ignored and feared because their disease was thought to be unclean. It could be spread if they were touched, even once. Can you imagine how lonely the leper might have been?

When the leper saw Jesus, he knelt before him and said, "Lord, if you are willing, you can make me clean." And as Jesus reached out his hand to touch the man, he spoke these words, "I am willing, be clean!"

The craft is a character cone called “The Leper”. It is a simple and powerful craft that carries with it a powerful lesson of hope. All you ever need for our crafts is paper, color, scissors and paste. Go on and get started.

We hope this craft serves as a powerful reminder to your little makers to have hope in God's ability to change us! Encourage them to think about the leper and his hope in God's willingness to heal him.

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Cut along dotted lines of both cones and glue where it says so. Now you can place the shorter cone with the stars on top of the first cone, and then the leper will be made clean! Just like that.

Learn + Transform:

Hope in a very powerful thing. Encourage your little makers to think about how hope in God can change us from the inside too! Use the leper cone to start this conversation today, because today is a good day for a little hope.

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Badge of the Beloved Craft

 

A Craft To Remind Us Of God's Love

In Mark 1: 9-11, Jesus is baptized. And as soon as He came out of the water, God opened up the sky!!! He sent the Holy Spirit down, like a dove, to rest on Jesus. And God spoke these words: “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.” 

Do you know that YOU are deeply loved by God because, just like Jesus, you are His child. Sometimes, we forget how much God loves us so we thought we’d make a little reminder in this weeks craft, called "Badges of the Beloved".

There are 2 badges in this craft so you can give one away to someone who needs to be reminded that they are loved by God. Just color + cut out these so you can wear ‘em + share ‘em! We hope this craft inspires your little makers to own their identity as God’s Beloved.

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Cut out the circle badge and 2 ribbons. Glue or tape both ribbon pieces behind the circle at an angle. Use some masking tape to stick it to your shirt or door or fridge.

Learn + Transform:

God calls you His "Beloved", which means dearly loved. When we know we are loved by God, we can love others like Him. Use this craft to encourage your little makers to own their identity as God's Beloved so they can live like they're loved!

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Amazing Little Jesus Craft

 

A Craft To Encourage Growing Like Jesus

This weeks craft is based on Luke 2:47. This is the only story we have of Jesus as a boy. And it’s the only one we need. Why? Because it shows us that even at an early age, Jesus knew who He belonged to, where He belonged + what His purpose was.

This week’s craft is a pop-up temple that reveals little boy Jesus inside. This is a simple and fun craft that lets your little makers meet Jesus as a boy, so they can see that he was small once too! All you'll ever need is paper, color, scissors and paste to bring our crafts to life! We like to keep it simple.

We hope it inspires your little makers to start growing in their knowledge of Jesus today. Cause you don’t have to be all grown up to know Jesus or to understand what He wants you to do with your life.

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Cut + Paste:

Cut along dotted lines and fold along solid lines. You might want to tape the edge of the box closed once it's built so it stays together.

Learn + Transform:

Just 'cause you're little doesn't mean you can't know + understand BIG things! You know, Jesus was little once too. Use this craft to encourage your little makers to grow in their knowledge + understanding of Jesus today! Cause there's no better day to start.

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The Greatest Gift Craft

 

The Wise men brought beautiful + precious gifts to Jesus to celebrate his birth. But what can we give Jesus? I'll give you some hints. It's something very precious...it's inside of you...and it's beating...

It’s your heart!! And it’s the greatest gift you can give to Jesus. This gift box craft holds your heart so go on and start craft time. All you need is paper, color, scissors and paste — easy peasy.

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Cut along the dotted lines and fold along the solid lines. Remember to cut the heart out too, you'll need some help to build it. Once you've got it all folded, just paste where it says so, you'll have a gift box in no time.

Learn + Transform:

Even though we get gifts at Christmas, there's a special gift we can give daily to God, our heart! Use this activity to help your little makers focus on what the holiday season is truly about.

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