BECOME || picture of a disciple: Fruits of the Spirit

(six photographs depicting the maturation of a nectarine from 1) branch 2) bud 3) flower 4) fruit 5) fruit growth 6) ripened fruit, source)
  • How does an apple grow?
  • What do plants need to grow?
  • Which one of the Fruits of the Spirit comes easiest to you? One that you already have and is ripe?
  • Which one is the hardest for you? Which do you not have or need help ripening?
  • What do you think we need for our Fruits of the Spirit to grow? What do you need specifically for your “hard” fruit to ripen?
  • Gather your family to play a “Fruit Basket” game like this:
  • Make or draw fruit to remind you of God’s Holy Spirit working in you!

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Written by Lauren Gibbs-Beadle @firstpreskidshayward Children’s Ministries @firstpreshayward | educator, creative, parent | she/her

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