Spend 5 minutes trying to complete a 200+ piece jigsaw puzzle WITHOUT looking at the picture.
Now look at the picture and see how many pieces you can add in the next 5 minutes.
In what ways is putting the puzzle together like or unlike putting your life together?
In what ways is the puzzle like or unlike answering the question, “Who Am I?”
Choose one of the following passages to study:
- read the passage
- write about what you think the passage says
- explain what you think the passage means in each of your lives today
- describe what the passage says we are in God’s eyes
- Genesis 1:26-31
- Isaiah 43:1-7
- Colossians 3:5-17
- Luke 4:18-19
- Ephesians 5:15-20
- John 6:22-40
- 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8
- Ephesians 4:1-32
- Galatians 5:13-26
- Psalm 139
- John 14:12
Read 2Corinthians 5:17-18 and Jeremiah 1:4-8.
As we try to answer the question “Who Am I?” we need to know what God wants for us. What does he think about us?
We also need to look at ourselves – our interests, abilities, weaknesses.
As we go about answering this question we also need to talk with other people. Hearing about our strengths and weaknesses from others often tells us things about ourselves that we overlook.
Leave several comments on your classmates’ blogs. Write about the qualities you appreciate in that person. Everything you write should be positive – no jokes or putdowns.
Create a “Who Am I?” crossword puzzle for your group/class.
- get every person’s name to fit somewhere
- get at least one descriptive adverb or adjective for each person in the group
- get at least one favorite activity listed for each person
- a friendly boy, when he’s not playing basketball
- Bob’s favorite sport
Use the following, or similar, crossword puzzle maker.
Attach a printable image(jpg or png) of your completed puzzle to a post in your blog.
Write about the earliest birthday you can remember and a special gift or your most memorable birthday.