Teach children that actions speak louder than words and that our behavior should glorify God.
This purple card features the image of a young man working in a vineyard. Find four identical cards on this sheet, which make this resource perfect for group use. The card contains a how-to list of practical ways children can use their behavior to make God happy. This card is inspired and based on Matthew 21:28-32, which highlights the parable of the vineyard owner and his two sons.
To create the cards, simply print off the sheet, cut apart the cards, fold on the dotted line, glue to finish. Cards may be laminated for a polished look, if desired.
The text of this card includes the following tips:
-Use my actions to let others know how I really feel inside.
-Use my actions to help others rather than hurt them.
-Be sure that how I behave matches with what I say with my words.
-Show others that I am a Christian by speaking and acting in a way that makes God happy.
-Choose my words carefully and speak with kindness and truth.
Focus: God wants us to speak and act properly
Theme: Actions speak louder than words, Parable of the vineyard owner and his two sons
Gospel Reference: Matthew 21:28-32