{FrEe} Valentine’s Day Printable

 

As a mom who take the responsibility of passing down a spiritual legacy to my four children, I am desperate for creative, engaging ways to get God’s Promises into them! That’s why I started sneaking little notes into their big backpacks.

When they were itty bitties, a lunchbox went everywhere with them. Toddlers and preschoolers need snacks on demand. Writing a special note or an encouraging Bible truth on their napkin became a fun game. The days I was too tired to produce, or just out of napkins, they asked where their notes were.

As they started school, they began buying their lunches. Now that they’re all in school, they’ve all established their routines. I have a lunchboxer, a brown bagger and two buyers. My lunchboxer doesn’t even glance at a napking–ever. As evidenced by the unused napkin found in a slightly crumpled version of the way I inserted it in his lunchbox, message or not.

I wanted to find a more age appropriate way to get God’s Promises to them. So I created #BackpackPromises. These are Bible verses I personalize with my child’s name and give as a note/prayer to each child. I can slip in their lunchbox, brown bag, notebook, backpack or sock drawer. Just a simple gesture to let them know Mom is praying for them each day.

For Valentine’s day I decided to slip some to you. To let you know you’re prayed for. And so you can let your children and loved ones know you’re praying for them. Just click  the link below and download a printable version of 4 #BackpackPromises.

Please let me know if you like them so I can create more!

Remember, I’m praying that {God’s girls} being rooted  in love, may have power to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ. Ephesians 3:17-18

Help your family celebrate the love of Christ Valentine’s Day and everyday!

Where will YOU share #BackpackPromises?

CLICK TO DOWNLOAD {FrEe} Printable BACKPACK PROMISES

 

Comments

  1. Kathy Scott says

    This is really neat! Neil and I teach a 3rd grade Sunday School class. I’d like to share your blog post with our parents.

    Wishing you well!

    Kat

    • says

      Kathy! I am the children’s minister at a church here and we are also sharing! I am so excited about this project and pray it helps so many moms like us!!! Thank you for sharing!

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