April 21, 2015 by morningcamequickly
The story of the good Samaritan never grows old. Nothing in the Bible really does! Doesn’t it baffle your mind though that people would just cross to the other side and choose to ignore the injured man? Admit it, even today, you and I sometimes cross to the other side of the road.
Someone else will take care of it. I don’t have time. That’s not my kind of person. You know it all runs through our heads at some point. However, it is my job, your job, our job to help teach children that we need to choose to help.
This simple craft shows children that we all have choices. We can choose to help or we can choose to ignore. How are you teaching your children at home or at church or at school? When they are standing in the middle of the road faced with a situation, what will they choose?
- one road paper and a set of words per child Luke 10 27
- something to cover the table
Love your neighbor as yourself, Luke 10:27 is not easy to live out. I encourage you and others to take one small step towards choosing to help. That small step actually takes you away from ignoring.
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