How to make a Faith Kit

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A few weeks ago during the children’s message at church, the kids each received a Faith Kit.  I’d actually never seen these before but I think they are a cute idea- and my kids seem to have really made some connections and have an understanding of the different components, so I thought I’d share with  you all.  These won’t take much time at all to make and are a fun activity- for church, family, Sunday school, etc.

faith kit instructions

What you need for the kit:

Hershey Kiss- To remind us of the sweetness of God’s love

Duct Tape – To remind us that God can fix anything that is wrong or broken

Paper Clip- To remind us that God helps us to “keep it all together”

Band-Aid- God can heal our souls

Crayon- To remind us that God’s creation is colorful and varied

Penny- To remind us of the blessings that God has given

Candle- Jesus is the light of the world and will always light our way

Life Saver- Jesus is our savior

 

You can probably modify parts of this to tailor it to your specific needs or beliefs.  I do recommend when you do use the duct tape to stick it to itself so that it doesn’t stick to everything else in the bag.

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  • This is a really cute idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Thanks for sharing. This is a wonderful message for little children about Jesus.

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  • I love this idea! I will have to do this for my granddaughter.

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  • What a very nice idea – I will put one together for my granddaughter. I’ve never heard or seen this but it is a wonderful craft to make together and discuss our faith and love of Jesus.

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    • It is fun. And a nice way to explain our faith to kids. :) LEt me know what she thinks!

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  • This would be so cute to even make for a women’s bible study. I really like this. Vicki

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  • I think this is a sweet idea to learn children in sunday school.They visually connect with the true meaning behind each little item and they will always remember.I think it’s very moving and so beautiful.

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  • This is a beautiful and precious little project for any family to do together.Lovee Love it.Thanks for sharing it.

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  • I love this. I’m going to use it with my Sunday School class. Thanks

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  • This is such a nice idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  • This is nice.

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  • Oh this is perfect!!! I am using this for my little church girls.

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  • Great idea. I’m forwarding to a friend who teaches Sunday School.

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  • this is sweet, copying it for my sister

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  • This is so wonderful!

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  • Good idea!

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  • hehehe nice idea! :)

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  • i think its beautiful and not just for children but adults to .. to remind them what a faithful and loving god we have

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  • VERY CUTE IDEAL

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  • Each week in church, we have a Children’s Message. A few months ago, the leader for the week selected a mini version of the Faith Kit for all the children who came up to the alter for the message. She only included about half of the items in the kit because of time constraints, but the children loved it.

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  • this is a great idea! I think I can use this in our next homeschool devotional

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  • This is wonderful my daughter has a church group every Wednesday. I am going to have her do this and pass them out.

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    • I’d love to know what they think!

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  • Thanks for sharing..That’s a very cute idea= )

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  • Cute for kids! Thanks for the idea!!

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  • love it. It is a cute idea.

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  • Nice Idea ,Praise Jesus :)

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  • That is adorable. I have never seen a Faith kit. Such a wonderful idea. I remember when I went to Sunday school when I was little we would do crafts. I still remember a lot of them. It’s funny the things that stay with you as you get older. The Faith kit might be one of those things for a child today. Thank you for sharing =D

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  • very cute idea. :)

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  • This is so neat. I’ve bookmarked it and will make these for Christmas next year. Sharing it on Facebook, too.

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  • What a great idea and I think it could be modified to people of any age! Thanks!

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  • This is such a fun and beautiful idea to bond families, and reinforce faith.

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  • This is a beautiful idea and such a creative and fun family bonding craft! Thanks for sharring

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  • Good idea! I will try it.

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  • oh l love this, will have to put one together with my children and grand-children, I never seen one of these before , such a great idea ;) THanks for sharing @tisonlyme143

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