Date: December 05, 2018 07:43PM
As if lying to kids that Santa is real isn't enough, check out this Christian Bible lesson for kids. How in the heck are kids supposed to come away thinking Jesus is real and Superman isn't? Santa is real or not? Jesus has superpowers or not?
Here's a swell activity for your confused kid:https://ministry-to-children.com/the-ultimate-superhero-lectonary-lesson-from-mark-129-39/
Activity B – The Ultimate Superhero – “Jesus is My Superhero” Belt & Cuffs
Supplies – toilet paper rolls, ribbon, construction paper, scissors, glue sticks, double stick tape, markers, stickers or other decorations
Pre-Class Prep – Cut a vertical line up each toilet paper tube
Give each child two toilet paper tubes, scissors, a glue stick, ribbon, and some construction paper.
Using the craft supplies, have the kids design and create their own “Jesus is My Superhero” logo. Attach the logo to a length of ribbon with the double stick tape, and tie it around their waist. Then decorate the toilet paper tubes to match to be worn as cuffs.
So keep those toilet paper tubes, folks!
I think the Santa thing is conditioning for kids to be lied to about God too as adults. The kid wouldn't know until later if he was lied to and he looks for a way to justify it by lying to his own kids. Have fun sorting all that out, kid!