Day 16 of the Matthew Bible Lego Challenge! Today we are talking about the Lord’s Supper, or the last supper, when Jesus shared a meal with His disciples before being arrested and killed. This is a great time to talk about the sacraments and what they mean: a memorial of the sacrifice of Christ and fellowship with Him.
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For the 16th day of the challenge, we read all of Matthew 26 and spent some time talking about the Lord’s Supper. We talked about what it meant to the disciples then and what it means to us now, and how our church and family observe the Lord’s Supper on a regular basis and also during Easter time.
The challenge is to make the cup and/or bread. My son wanted to focus on making a “golden cup,” probably because the cup our pastor uses at communion is golden. Don’t tell anyone that the only cup I could think of was the holy grail in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. 😉
The copywork for the challenge is Matthew 26:26, where Jesus blesses and breaks the bread. The printable includes a drawing and writing page for those who would rather draw the scene.
We are going through 21 (out of 34) of the buils from the Matthew Lego Challenge together, following a FREE kids’ devotion on the YouVersion app (or the desktop version, Bible.com). The devotion is called Walk With Jesus: 21 Days Through Matthew and it is from What’s in the Bible?, one of our favorite family discipleship tools! Don’t forget to enter to win the What’s in the Bible DVD that goes along with the book of Matthew!
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