Craft - Christmas (4): Birth of John the Baptist - John the Baptist's honeycomb prayers
A fun and easy-to-do craft on the Bible story of the birth of John the Baptist
John the Baptist is known for eating honey. In this activity, the children will write or draw their prayers, thanks, or praises on honeycomb shapes, creating a visual representation of the sweet impact their prayers have on the world.
This idea is part of a complete Sunday school lesson on the birth of John the Baptist in Luke 1: 57 - 80 as part of our series for advent and Christmas.
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Ideal for churches, schools and indivuals involved in home schooling or children's minstry.