Free Holy Week Study: Walking With Jesus His Final Days

As Easter approaches, I am starting to get ready to celebrate the most significant holdiay on the Christian calendar with my children. The final days of Jesus leading from the triumphal entry to the crucifixion tell us so much about the God we serve and how it is we come to salvation. I think it is too important to just slip somewhere in between the other activities of the season. I like to slow it down a little and focus on what each step of what that Holy Week looked like. My favorite way to do this is with a little “walk” alongside Jesus his final days. We set up a small garden on the table and add the elements each day as we talk about Jesus’ last days. The hands on activities draw even my youngest children in and the ability to continue to play with the pieces throughout the week help reinforce what we have talked about.

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Unfortunately, the planter we have used in the past broke. We are going to set another one up and as Holy Week approaches, I plan to share pictures on my facebook page. It’s all about lambing at the moment, but I suppose that is rather relevant to the coming Passover season as well. I’ll share pictures of our planter as the children build it and I’d love to see yours if you decide to do this along with us!

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I hope you enjoy this little walk through Jesus’ final days!

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4 thoughts on “Free Holy Week Study: Walking With Jesus His Final Days

  1. Have you ever prayed the Stations of the Cross? They’ve been prayed since the middle ages when Christians weren’t able to visit the Holy Land which was controlled by Muslims, but still wanted to walk the last moments of Christ. It’s beautiful.

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