Object lesson - Christmas (5): Birth of Jesus - 100 million homeless children
This idea will help the children to take a wider view of the issues raised by the story of the birth of Jesus
The story of Jesus' birth tells us that there was no room for Him in Bethlehem, so He was laid in a manger. Sadly, there are more than 100 million homeless children in the world today. By filling the circle with dots, the children can see the enormity of the problem and think about how they can take action to help make a difference.
This activity is part of a complete Sunday school lesson on the birth of Jesus Christ in Luke 2: 1 - 21.
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