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Draw, Trace, Write - Using the Bible to Help Children Conquer Fear

Draw, Trace,  Write - Using the Bible to Help Children Conquer Fear
Draw, Trace,  Write - Using the Bible to Help Children Conquer Fear
Draw, Trace,  Write - Using the Bible to Help Children Conquer Fear
Draw, Trace,  Write - Using the Bible to Help Children Conquer Fear
Draw, Trace,  Write - Using the Bible to Help Children Conquer Fear
Draw, Trace,  Write - Using the Bible to Help Children Conquer Fear
Draw, Trace,  Write - Using the Bible to Help Children Conquer Fear
Draw, Trace,  Write - Using the Bible to Help Children Conquer Fear
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I prayerfully created this set of Bible based activities to help children deal with fear. In this resource pack, children are prompted to draw a picture to represent their fears. They then trace a biblical truth or specific scripture. Finally, they are asked to rewrite it, cut it out, and glue that truth over the picture above. When finished, I like to reiterate that God is stronger than any bad thing. He can help us overcome if we ask (Jer. 29:12).

Phases of fearfulness are almost a rite of passage in childhood, but it hurts to watch them struggle. I start by explaining that the Lord, our God, is good. He is the Supreme maker of the universe. No problem is too big for Him and no evil is stronger than Him. He has the power to protect us and invites us to ask Him for help.. Hearing this can bring some reassurance, but lecturing only goes so far with kids.


**Side note: I’m careful to tell him that the bible states as the heavens are higher than the Earth, God’s ways are higher than our ways (Isaiah 55.9). We don’t always have the capability to understand why things happen the way they do. When bad things happen, it can serve a purpose for a greater good that we don’t understand in the moment (or ever). However, God is ultimately good and wants the best for us (Jer. 29:11). I tell him this so he understands that God may not solve every problem we ask of him because God knows what’s best for us.

***I’ve provided 2 versions. The 1st set is for early writers. The 2nd set is for pre-writers


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