Helping Each Other Face Down Fear

Categories: Fear, Jonah

Ask the students to write down some of the things they are afraid of on individual cards. Then collect the cards and write the different fears on a white board. For example, someone might say "snakes." Put up snakes on the board. Ask anyone who isn't afraid of snakes to explain why. Children who hear why someone isn't afraid of what they fear are often better able to see the nothingness of the fear. If there is a fear left that no one has yet faced or conquered, help them pray about it. Ask them to pray for each other all week. During the next class, see if they are releasing the fear and accepting dominion for their lives.