Have Faith Not Fear Tenty
Encourage Children to Trust in God with Our Have Faith Not Fear Tenty.
This Have Faith Not Fear Tenty is a freestanding pop-up tent card based on Christ's healing of blind Bartimaeus in Mark 10:46-52. It features a cute image of a blindfolded child on the front along with the encouraging title: Have faith, not fear. The phrase, "I don't have to see God to know He's there," is also presented. On the back, there is a large set of cartoon eyes as well as the Scripture passage from Mark 10:52.
“And Jesus saith to him: Go thy way, thy faith hath made thee whole. And immediately he saw, and followed him in the way.”
How to Use the Have Faith Not Fear Tenty
First, print out the file sheet. Next, cut the rectangle out on the solid gray lines. Then, fold the card on the dashed lines to form a loose tent. Finally, glue or tape the card into the position where indicated. Once assembled, this printable can sit on a dresser, night table, or bookshelf as a reminder to trust in God.
This resource may be used to teach about believing in God, Christ's ability to heal others, the miraculous healing of Blind Bartimaeus, or to celebrate the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle C).
Age: Mid Elem+
Focus: Fine motor skills, miracles
Theme: Faith in God, miracle of the healing of Blind Bartimaeus, Tenty
This resource is one small part of That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Children for the 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time (Liturgical Cycle B).
Want to more pop-up tenties? See our Collection of Tenties for Kids.
|Tenty - Have Faith Not Fear - Mark 10 v46-52.pdf|
- File Size 618.43 KB
- Create Date May 17, 2018