Faith Formation at Home
Use this gift of time to grow your relationship with God.
Use Google Earth to virtually visit places around the world, and say a prayer for the area and its inhabitants.
You are inscribed on the palm of God’s hand (Isaiah 49:16)… use your hands to help you talk to God.
Pandemic Prayer Project
Watch this video to send CtK your prayers and see how they’re transformed when we finally gather in-person together again.
Pray with a Full Deck
The story can be traced back to at least 1788, and with each war or incursion there’s another iteration. Whatever the origination, it’s a lovely way to pray. Get out a deck of cards and “pray along” with the unknown soldier, using this most recent version of the story as a guide.
Get out your chalk and write a message of encouragement and togetherness on your sidewalk or driveway so people can see it as they walk or drive by. Click here for Biblical suggestions. If you can, it would be fun (and appreciated) if you wrote “thank you” to your package/postal delivery and waste management people, too. Don’t have chalk? Make a poster and hang it in a window that faces the street.
Bake with a Purpose
Lent at Home
Find all the “worthy things” in your own house using CtK’s “Lent at Home” page.
FREE from Illustrated Ministry: Coloring pages! You can also click here to sign up for weekly Illustrated Ministry Faith Formation resources.
Make a Collage
Have fun with this collage project from Heritage Camps.
Go on Virtual Tours
Virtually explore museums, zoos, and theme parks in this collection from Good Housekeeping.
Music from Aurora
Listen to songs from CtK’s Aurora Rose on her YouTube Channel, Sowing Seeds of Peace.
If you feel like binge-watching something, why not make it upliftling? “The Story of God with Morgan Freeman” is one such show. A wide range of topics are presented cross-culturally, with no judgement, just an earnest desire to understand. There are many platforms on which to watch, including Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. View the original trailer here.
Browse Christian Art
BrowseVanderbilt Divinity Library’s Art in the Christian Tradition Catalogue, and be lost in beauty for days. You can also check out CtK’s Lenten Photo Challenge Submissions and learn how you can participate.