Cooking Lessons, Ideas, Activities, and Resources for the Ten Lepers
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Jesus Heals the Ten Lepers - Luke 17:11-19, The Thankful Leper, etc.
Bible lessons and ideas about the Ten Lepers -with Cooking, Food, Bible Foods, Recipes, Baking, Preparation, etc.
Posted by Tamb4Him
When I taught about the Lepers and described that they may have looked horrible on the outside, God didn't see that...He saw what was on the inside. To tie into this message, I made a special snack for them.
I bought a brand new kitty litter box & scoop from the dollar store. I then bought (generic) grape nut cereal & put about an inch in the bottom. I had baked brownies & took small cut pieces of the brownies & slightly rolled in the palm of my hands so it looked like cat poo. I made a variety of these & stuck in them in the "litter" (Cereal)...I had put it in a paper sack so no one could see what I had for snack. We talked thru the lesson and I stressed over and over again how we should never "judge a book by it's cover". When I got the snack out, the kids freaked out...especially when I told them I was disappointed they didn't like my snack. I picked up a piece of the brownie & began to put it in my mouth. I had brought separate cereal & brownies & showed them how I made it. 10 years later & this is still the story they remember the most!
Posted by Neil MacQueen
Re: Edible Litter...
That's gross! ...and I'm sure the kids loved it and never forget.
I've seen recipes/activities for making individual servings made by the kids. Google edible kitty litter.
On a related note:
I'm wondering about baking something that looks gross on the outside but is wonderful on the inside. Maybe making ten things with one "gratitude" with an extra special filling. Thinking maybe a food drama where we bake the characters and props then eat our way through the story.
Posted by Tamb4Him
That sounds great Neil!!! If you do it, please share your recipes! I am still in the planning stages of getting Rotation started at our little church and love all the ideas I'm seeing here!