And if we can find a way to engage kids so parents get a break? We all win!
It's Good to Get Mail!
We mail; kids receive.
Kids independently do devotion or activity each day to build a personal relationship with God.
Keeps the Connection Alive!
Kids can return completed 'God Time' and receive a small prize.
"Getting snail mail is one of my favorite indulgences, and I think receiving mail is actually a common joy."
So How Does It Work?
Kids Recieve a 'God Time'
There are four different devotions on each GodTime card. Each devotion is designed to be done on a different day. Each day’s devotion includes: 1. a verse(s) to read 2. a devotion paragraph that teaches something about God and an explanation of today’s verse(s) 3. an activity that makes real-life application of the day’s devotion 4. a suggested prayer. The GodTime card is designed for elementary students to work independently and encourages starting personal Bible reading and devotion.
Return God Time
As kids do their 'God Time', they can make notes on it, put stickers on it, doodle on it, get their parents to sign it, or simply put a check mark to show they've spent time with God each day.
Then they mail it back to Ms. Brianna at 1015 Brandon Drive Chambersburg, PA 17201.
Kids will receive a 'small' prize in their next mailing for completing their 'God Time'.
In addition to motivating children to spend time each day with God, we hope that this will keep connection between the Children's Pastor and kids alive despite not being able to be together in person.