Get Kids Involved {Day 19}

By Monday, November 19, 2012 0 0

Yesterday we were privileged to teach the first through sixth graders at Eastgate. After sharing a bit about our ministry in Spain, pointing out Spain, Madrid, and Alcalá on a map, and answering questions, we all did a craft together to encourage the kids to pray for us every day.

Prayer Wheel for Spain


  • This image, printed to be about 6 inches
  • 2 basic paper plates
  • 1 brad
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick (represented by double-sided tape in my picture. That’s all I had.)
  • Crayons, markers or colored pencils
  • Stickers and other paper decorative items (not pictured here. If you like glitter, go all out!)


Cut out the wheel and color the images.

Using the wheel as a guide, mark lines on one of the paper plate and cut a slice out of it.  (Be sure not to cut all the way to the middle, where the brad will go). You can also decorate this plate however you like.

After the wheel is colored, glue it to the center of the whole plate (try to avoid getting glue right in the middle of the plate, where the hole is)

To poke your hole, layer the cut plate on the bottom, poke a hole in the plates using a dowel, and then put the cut plate back on top. Finally, attach them together with the brad.

Turn the top of the wheel each day to pray for a different person or aspect of church planting in Spain six times a week. You can write some specific requests in the plate’s border.

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