Gospel Conversations for Kids Card Set

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This set of twelve Gospel Conversation Cards for kids includes a memory verse as well as two questions to ask your children to encourage conversation centered on the gospel, and encourage children to be able to apply Scripture to their lives.

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Perfect Gift

These conversation cards added the perfect touch to a gift for a toddler. They are solid cards, great for young ones, and so helpful for the parents.

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Kelsey L.
Wonderful resource for families!

Such an easy way to incorporate scripture and Gospel conversation into our daily lives! It has been an incredible addition to our morning conversations.

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Wendy B.
Gospel Conversations for Kids cards

These cards are a great way to apply simple truths from the Bible with your children. ♥️

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Samantha W.
Great tool

These are such a great tool to help my kids understand the gospel.

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Mackenzie S.
Great cards for toddlers!

We’ve been using one of these cards a week and pinning it to our fridge. In the beginning of the week we talk about what it practically looks like to live out that particular fruit then we talk about it throughout the week as problems or issues come up. I love these little reminders (for myself) and as a way to start teaching my toddlers about what behavior is glorifying to God.