You’ve Been Egged- There are 12 eggs hidden in your yard! Enjoy the Hunt! But don’t be discouraged when you find the empty egg. It is a simple reminder of Jesus’ empty tomb … for He is Risen! Includes free printable version! #YouveBeenEgged #EmptyEgg #EmptyTomb #Easter
Jelly Bean Prayer – Jelly Bean Gospel a way to use the colors of jelly beans to share the gospel. Includes free printable version! National Jelly Bean Day.
#JellyBeanPrayer #JellyBeanGospel #JellyBeanDay #JellyBeans #JellyBean #Easter #prayer
Why does the world celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? – March 17 is a special day for people of Irish heritage and other celebrants across the globe. Each year, millions of people pay homage to St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, with parades, parties and religious services. Celebrations occur even though many celebrants may know little about this legendary saint.
Power Band Witnessing Tool Bracelet (Salvation Bracelet) – A fun craft to make for church, youth group, camp, Vacation Bible School and more. A great way to share the gospel using God’s colors on a bracelet.
Easter Symbols – Easter is replete with many recognized symbols. Tradition plays an important role in Easter celebrations for many families. Cherished traditions and symbols of Easter may include anything from egg hunts to lilies to lambs. Understanding the importance behind these symbols can make sharing the miracle of Easter that much more special. #Easter #EasterSymbols
31 Day Proverbs Challenge – Proverbs Challenge: The 31 Day Proverbs Challenge is a challenge to read the Book of Proverbs in 31 days.Read one chapter per day for 31 days. Also includes a free Printable Checklist.
It’s that time again! Time to SPRING AHEAD! or Spring Forward however you want to look at it. Basically for most of us we set our clocks ahead an hour before we go to bed. If we don’t we may be late for church or even work. #timechange #daylightsavingtime #springahead #ChangeBattery #ChangeClock
The Irish Flag – Many establishments display the familiar Irish tricolor flag on St. Patrick’s Day, and paradegoers may even wave miniature versions of this significant symbol in support of those marching. This instantly recognizable flag has a rich history. Equal parts green, white and orange, the flag was designed to foster peace in the country that had experienced considerable turmoil due to the divide between the country’s Protestant and Catholic residents.
Unique, mysterious and lesser-known facts about Ireland – Ireland boasts a rich heritage, diverse weather and intriguing history. The Emerald Isle can be a mysterious place to visit – and an even more exciting place to live.