Follow Jesus through fourteen stations -- fourteen moments -- on His journey with the cross. Rejoice as He returns to His Father in heaven and redeems us from our sins. Recognize His great love for us in His willingness to suffer and die.
With moving illustrations and real-life prayers, Stations of the Cross for Children helps children ages six through twelve reflect on Jesus' Passion and apply His courage and sacrifice to their lives.
This beautiful, ancient devotion guides children to ask for God's strength and forgiveness, to praise and thank Jesus for giving His life for us, and, ultimately, to find great hope. Jesus, who was crucified and died, overcame death and is here with us now.
The full color poster set includes 15 posters to match the Stations of the Cross for Children book. Measures 17” x 11”
The companion Leader's Guide includes reflection points for each station as well as questions to encourage the children to discuss Jesus' journey in relation to their own lives. Poster Measures 17" X 11"
The companion Leader's Guide is intended to introduce children to the stations in a personal way. Each lesson includes opportunities for children to discuss elements of their own lives related to the events of the stations. The prayers from the children's book allow young people to offer praise and thanks, to ask forgiveness, and to petition for help and healing.
The Leader's Guide includes an introduction, background of the stations, a guide for teaching the stations, and explanations of each station
Dimensions & Specifications
Stations of the Cross for Children
Stations of the Cross for Children – Leader’s Guide
To see a sample of the inside of the book, click on the image shown and then click on one of the numbers on top of the image to see a different view.
|By:||Theresa Jedziniak (Niles, IL, March 9, 2015)|
|Review:||Beautiful artwork. My third grade students asked why Jesus did not have the crown of thorns on each of the Stations and asked about the halo. My sixth grade students commented on the beautiful rendering of Jesus, the Blessed Mother, and others shown on the Stations.|
|By:||Church Lady Admin (New York, April 13, 2012)|
|Review:||Used this for family Good Friday Service. Parents and children loved the devotions and how they connected to our current lives. Very appropriate for kids of all ages. Best Uses: Younger Readers; Cons: Age Inappropriate; Pros: Easy To Understand, Great Pictures, Holds Kids Attention, Keeps Parents Interest, Positive Message, Stimulates Imagination, Teaches Good Values, Well Written|
|By:||mc (FL, September 28, 2010)|
|Review:||Will be used during Lent as a "show and tell" for the elementary school age children who will be participating in the "Stations of the Cross". Best Uses: Reference, Younger Readers; Describe Yourself: Everyday Reader; Pros: Great Pictures, Holds Kids Attention, Stimulates Imagination|