Go Into All The World And Preach The Gospel

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“Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.” Mark 16:15

This commandment from Jesus shows us the importance of witnessing to others. Teach your kids that they can witness anywhere they are and with who ever they are with. They can grow up to be missionaries and preach the gospel around the world or they can witness with their friends at school.

“…and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and even to the remotest part of the earth.” Acts 1:8

Go 6

This simple craft will be a great reminder that they can witness:

Go 1

At Home

Go 2

In Their City

Go 3

In Their State

Go 4

In Their Country

I forgot to include a picture of the continent piece, but it is available in the template.

In Their Continent

Go 5

And Around The World


  1. Print the template. (Template)
  2. Color and cut out all of the pieces. For the state pentagon have the kids draw in their state. For the country pentagon have the kids draw in their country. You can also print a picture from the internet and glue it on.
  3. Glue on the continent to the continent pentagon.
  4. Hold all the pieces together with a metal brad or metal book ring.

I have included cover pieces if you with to use them. (Cover Template)

Let Your Light Shine Sun Catcher

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“14 You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. 15 Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a basket. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. 16 In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:14-16

Let Your Light Shine Sun Catcher


  1. Print the template onto cardstock. (Template)
  2. Cut out the templates leaving a white border around the lamps.
  3. Glue the templates onto black construction paper. This will help strengthen the craft.
  4. Cut out the templates from the construction paper, making sure to cut out every area of white space.
  5. Stick one of the templates onto contact paper or a self laminating sheet.
  6. Fill in the empty space with colored tissue paper.
  7. Glue on the other template to the back.
  8. Finish the craft by adding another sheet of contact paper or another self laminating sheet.

Using double sided tape you can now tape the craft to your house, car or classroom window. Remind your kids that they need to let their light shine before everyone so that people can see their good deeds and give all the glory to God.

Wolves In Sheeps Clothing

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Some people are like wolves who pretend to be sheep. They act and dress like the sheep, only to destroy the lambs once they are among them.  We should teach our kids that the Bible tells us how we can figure out which sheep are true sheep, and which are wolves. This emphasizes the importance of reading and knowing Scripture.

Wolves In Sheeps Clothing


  1. Print the template. (Template)
  2. Color the mask.
  3. Cut it out.
  4. Glue the mask onto a piece of cardstock.
  5. Cut out the mask again, including the eyes.
  6. Glue a large popsicle stick to the bottom of the mask.

Proclaim Him Megaphone

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This craft will remind your kids that they can share the messages of the Gospel with all of their friends. They can learn to spread the message of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross for the atonement of our sins.

“Then he told them: Go and preach the good news to everyone in the world.” Mark 16:15

Proclaim Him


  1. Print the templates. You will need an 8.5″ x 14″ or “Legal” sheet of paper. (Template)
  2. Cut out the templates.
  3. Cut out the bottom of a 16 oz. paper or styrofoam cup.
  4. Wrap the template around the paper or styrofoam cup.
  5. Hold it together with two paper clips and then glue it in place.
  6. Cut off any excess overhang of the paper wrapped around the cup.
  7. With a one hole punch, punch two holes on opposite sides of the bottom of the cup.
  8. Tie a piece of yarn around both holes creating a neck strap.
  9. Finally decorate the cup. I have included the words “Jesus Saves”. You can also use glitter, stickers or paint. Let your kids use their imagination.

The Day Of Pentecost

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You can find this craft all over the internet. Its very quick and easy to make, but kids love making it. This craft is a good way of illustrating the story of the day of pentecost to your kids. When  they finish making this craft each child will have their very own “tongue as of fire.”

The Day Of Pentacost


  1. Print the template. (Template)
  2. Cut out all the pieces.
  3. Use the flame pieces as templates to trace them onto red, yellow and orange construction paper.
  4. Cut out the flame pieces and glue the pieces together.
  5. Grab the rectangle templates and trace the larger pieces onto the color of your kids choice and the smaller piece onto red construction paper. You will need three of each.
  6. Glue the smaller pieces to the larger pieces. Then glue the assembled parts together creating one long band.
  7. Place the band in front of your child and then glue the flame to the center of the band.
  8. Wrap the band around your kids head. Once you have the desired length use a couple of paper clips or a piece of tape to hold the shape. Then add glue to set it in place.

You Will Bear Fruit (Jesus Is The Vine)

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God promises that His children will bear fruit.  

“My Father is glorified by this, that you bear much fruit, and so prove to be My disciples.  John 15:8

You Will Bear Fruit

For the story of I Am The Vine you might also enjoy our The Twelve Spies Bookmark (The template includes an I Am The Vine version).


  1. Print the templates. (Template)
  2. Color the vine and the Fruit of the Spirit.
  3. Cut out The Fruit of the Spirit.
  4. Lay the fruit on the vine.
  5. Glue the fruit in place on the vine.

Remind the children: Jesus is the vine, His followers are the branches, they will have the Fruit of the Spirit, which produce good works.