Category Archives for "Verse Cards"

Apr 03

Easter Bible Verse Cards Set

By Anna Lowell

Are you are looking for a super cute addition to an Easter basket, a fun alternative to an Easter egg hunt, a simple project for your kids to do over Easter break, or a fun craft for Sunday School?

If so, you will want to download and print this adorable set of 8 Easter Bible Verse Cards.

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Apr 25

How to Share the Gospel With Kids in Six Simple Steps

By Anna Lowell

Would you like a simple way to talk to your children about what it means to be saved?

How about a simple way for your kids to tell their friends what it means to be saved?

Would you like a special gift to send home with kids who visit your Sunday School or Awana program?

These free printable verse cards are a perfect way to share the Gospel with your kids, or to hand out to kids visiting your Sunday School or Awana.|How to Share the Gospel with Kids in 6 Simple Steps|Path Through the Narrow Gate.com

These fun Salvation Verse Cards are perfect for all of these needs!

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Jun 19

Teach Us to Pray Worship Verse Cards

By Anna Lowell

Do you struggle with knowing how to worship God in prayer? Don’t worry – there are lots of inspired examples of worshipful prayers throughout the Bible to learn from.

These Teach Us to Pray Worship Verse Cards are designed to be used by older kids and adults as prompts to worship God in prayer. You may choose to worship God for a virtue mentioned in the prayers, or you may choose to pray through the prayer as written, personalizing it as you desire. Either way, these 10 prayer cards will increase your faith and your ability to worship as they remind you of how great God truly is.

These Teach Us to Pray Worship Verse Cards are designed to be used by older kids and adults as prompts to worship God in prayer.

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Mar 09

Teach Us To Pray

By Anna Lowell

Are you teaching your children how to pray?

If you are a Christian parent, you know the importance of prayer. You probably also have a desire to teach your children to pray. So, let me ask you: Are you intentionally teaching your children to pray? If not, why not?

God wants us to pray and He is able and willing to help us to learn. When the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray, He graciously gave them a model prayer to pattern their own prayers after. God has also given us many other examples of inspired prayers throughout the Bible. And, if that is not enough, the Holy Spirit is within us ready and willing to help us pray as we ought to (Romans 8:26-27).

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