LCM Kids Online Lesson 22: More Like Jesus (Fruits Of The Spirit)

The Big Idea
The Fruits Of The Spirit teaches us how to be more like Jesus.

Key Bible Verse

“But the fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. Against such things there is no law.”
Galatians 5:22-23

Worship Songs

Light Of The World by VBS Kids

If You’re Happy And You Know It Say “Amen!” by Cedarmont Kids

Video Lesson

Sister Miki Terayama - 6 September 2020

LCM Kids Online: More Like Jesus (Fruits Of The Spirit)

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Home Activity
Craft activity: My Spirit Tree

You will need a large cardstock or construction paper, colourful markers, a scissors and glue.
You will also need a small piece of drawing paper with the words of “(your name)’s Spirit Tree”.
Okay, you have all that ready? Let’s start making our tree!

First step, get your large card stock paper, fold it into half then using your marker, draw on the shape of a tree with the branches sticking out. Make sure your tree trunk is thick and so are your branches.
Try to draw large branches and just about 4 or 5 will do. Once done, cut out your tree drawing, making sure you are cutting through both pages of your folded brown paper. 

Once you have cut it out, you should have 2 pieces of tree cutouts. Keep them stacked together and fold it into half vertically. Then, grab your glue and apply it to one side of the folded tree and stick it down to the other tree cutout. Leave the other side. You do not need to glue that part down. So after sticking it, you can try opening up your tree cutouts and it should have 3 sides and when you place it on the table, it stands!

Now that your tree cutout is done, we are going to add some details to make it look more like a tree trunk. So what you do is, take out your dark brown or black marker and start drawing lines along your tree trunk. You can also draw the lines a little more wavy to make it look like the grooves of the trunk. 

Okay, onto our final step. Remember your small slip of drawing paper with the words of (your name’s) spirit tree? Now, you can grab some markers or colour pencil and decorate it a little.
All you have to do now, is to grab your glue and stick this slip to the trunk of your tree and you are ready to paste on your fruits of the spirit each week! Done!

Miki Terayama
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Miki is a full-time ministry staff at The Blessed Run Ministries. She is a sister who shares a natural, God-given affinity with children and youths. She is married to Randy (NET Group Youth Leader) and has two little ones of her own, Liora and Jude. She is involved in the children, youth and social media ministries.

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