Don't think that you are better than someone else
In Philippians 2: 1 -11 Paul writes about the importance of unity. He warns the Christians in Philippi about the dangers of thinking that they are better than others, or boasting about themselves. ‘No,’ writes Paul, ‘you must be humble towards one another, and consider others better than yourselves.’.
Sometimes in your children’s work you need to address things that are difficult, in order to talk about them and look for ways to make things work better.
This is a fun icebreaker on Philippians 2 about boasting about themselves. It will help the children in your Sunday school lesson, youth ministry, Bible lesson, children’s church or children’s ministry to reflect on this powerful Bible passage.
What do you need:
- lots of red and green cards