I recently revised the printable pages to conserve ink and paper, making them more serviceable for home use.
We’re in the midst of a global pandemic. Many of us are sheltering in place at home with our children until the threat passes. Presented with challenges and opportunities, I am choosing to look for the blessings. Certainly one blessing is having more time to dig into God’s Word and experience more of Him.
Palm Sunday (April 5, 2020) marks the beginning of Holy Week. Now, is the perfect time to make plans to commemorate the days leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion. Holy Week presents Christians with an opportunity to revisit and remember the depths of Jesus’ redeeming love.
Journey with Jesus
Journey with Jesus is a lesson created for children’s ministry use that is easily adaptable for home use. Through scripture-reading, activities and personal reflection, this resource helps families follow Jesus’ steps to the cross— steps He took, never retreating, to redeem us from sin and death.
Journey with Jesus Links
The Journey with Jesus experience is comprised of three parts: the lesson plan, the map, and the “destinations.” Using the resources below, a family can easily create stations around the home. Visit one or two “destinations” a day or all of them at once.
Journey with Jesus Lesson Plan: You’ll need one lesson plan per family. Be sure to read through the lesson plan in its entirety to see how all of the parts work together and decide what adaptations you’d like to make so this plan works for your situation. This plan was originally written to work with The Story for Children: A Storybook Bible, by Max Lucado, Randy Frazee and Karen Davis Hill, but the lessons will work well independently from The Story for Children.
Journey with Jesus Map: You’ll need one map per participant. Each participant will draw a predetermined, easy-to-draw symbol on the map as each “destination” is visited. When complete, participants will have a reusable Holy Week map and scripture guide.
Destination Resources: As you proceed on your journey you’ll make stops at various “destinations.” Each “destination” has a picture illustrating a particular scene, a scripture to read, and a symbol to copy onto the map. Click the links below to retrieve and print the resource for each destination.
Should you download these resources, will you please be sure to let me know and how you plan to use them? I’d also love to hear how using these resources blessed your Holy Week experience.