The Armor of God

The Armor of God Shield of Faith Craft for Kids

Looking for hands-on ways to teach kids about the Armor of God? This Cardboard + Painted Aluminum Foil Shield of Faith Craft is a creative way to teach kids about how faith is a shield against doubt and lies. This hands on study of Ephesians 6:10-19 is aimed to help your family connect, play, learn, […]

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Looking for hands-on ways to teach kids about the Armor of God? This Cardboard + Painted Aluminum Foil Shield of Faith Craft is a creative way to teach kids about how faith is a shield against doubt and lies. This hands on study of Ephesians 6:10-19 is aimed to help your family connect, play, learn, and grow in God’s Word together.

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This week we are learning about the Shield of Faith. And after reading Ephesians 6:16 the shield sure is important!

In Hebrews 11:1 we learn that, “Faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” Faith is a shield against doubt and lies. Faith believes God and His promises. As children of God we can lift up the shield of Faith and walk in confidence and boldness because we belong to Him and He is with us.

Today’s craft is a creative way to help remind your kids to take up the shield of faith in all circumstances so that they can extinguish the flaming darts of the evil one. Flaming arrows of doubt, worry, anxiety, fear, uncertainty, and distraction. You’ll need a few simple supplies to get started creating your very own shield of faith. Ready to get started?

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Cardboard
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Scissors
  • Paint
  • Paint Brush

Shield of Faith Craft for Kids Instructions:

Use scissors to cut out a shield from cardboard. It can be as big or small as you’d like.

Wrap the cardboard with aluminum foil.

Use paint and a paintbrush to paint the aluminum foil. Set aside to dry.

Display the finished shield in your house so you’ll be reminded to take up the shield of faith in all circumstances.

FOR ADDITIONAL SCRIPTURE TO READ AND DISCUSSION QUESTIONS, BE SURE TO DOWNLOAD THE ARMOR OF GOD: SHIELD OF FAITH BY CLICKING THE BUTTON BELOW:

This free printable is just a tiny glimpse of the Armor of God Family Bible Pack. If you want to go deeper you can download the complete Armor of God Pack in my shop. It includes everything in an organized downloadable PDF PLUS so many other printables (a main page for each piece of the armor with the following categories: about the armor, memory verse, main idea, 3 activity ideas (hands on, engage, and create), and let’s talk about it questions.

The pack also includes activity instructions with images, helpful tips, coloring sheets, bonus recipes and activities, verse cards, & more). The extra printables are only included when you purchase the pack! Click the button below to learn more and purchase.

As you and your family learn about the Armor of God together, I pray that you will see how important each piece is and the incredible truth that we don’t have to fight this battle in our own strength. It’s not us at work, but Christ in us.

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