Wordless Book Variation - Lego Bricks
by Alvin GanBased on the same colors as the popular Wordless Book, this gospel presentation idea uses Lego bricks to share the message of salvation with children.
When Jesus taught his first disciples, he used things they were familiar with, like sheep, fish and bread. We can follow in Jesus’ footsteps by using items that children are familiar with to share with them the gospel message.
Legos are a classic and popular toy that many children enjoy. Combine this classic and popular toy – Lego – with a classic and popular child evangelism tool – The Wordless Book – to share the message of salvation with children.
- Lego Bricks
- 5 to 12
What to Say
Share the gospel with the children in the same way as you would using The Wordless Book, except that instead of using the colored pages, use colored Lego bricks.
What to Do
If possible, give the children some time to play with the Lego bricks before your gospel presentation. Before you begin your gospel presentation, ask the children to put these aside to minimize distraction. Explain that you will tell them a short story using these Legos and that after your story they may continue playing with the Legos if they wish.
As you assemble the various objects using the Lego bricks, share the gospel message using the same points in the Wordless Book.
1. Use the yellow bricks to make a house.
This yellow house represents heaven and corresponds to the gold color of The Wordless Book.
2. Use the black bricks to make a heart.
This black heart represents sin and corresponds to the black color of The Wordless Book.
3. Use the red bricks to make a cross.
This red cross represents the blood of Jesus and corresponds to the red color of The Wordless Book.
4. Use the white bricks to make a heart.
This white heart represents a clean heart and corresponds to the white color of The Wordless Book.
5. Use the green bricks to make a tree.
This green tree represents growth and corresponds to the green color of The Wordless Book.
Child evangelism idea by www.LetTheLittleChildrenCome.com