Fish Breakfast: Resurrection

This is it! Our final day of A Sense of the Resurrection series! Tomorrow is exactly 10 days till Easter Sunday. So, if you’re going to do this series as written, tomorrow would be the day!

Today’s activity is SMELL! The story is one of the many stories of Jesus appearing to his disciples. I love all the stories–Jesus appearing to Mary, to the women, to the disciples in the locked room, the two men on on the road to Emmaeus. But the story we focused on is only found in the book of John 21–it’s the miraculous catch of fish and breakfast on the beach with Jesus! Talk about smells–fisherman, fish, water, cooking fish and warm bread!

We just got a grill (this is the first time we’ve ever had one!) and I figured it was the perfect opportunity to act out this story–so we had dinner (not breakfast) on the back porch with grilled fish and bread! The kids set it all up while my husband and I cooked. We ate our fish while I read the story and then we talked about all the fun stuff we’ve done these last few days. It was a fun review and kind of felt like a celebration!

jesus miraculous catch of fish

In fact, I think this would be fun to do the day after Easter Sunday or even a few days after to remind your kids that Jesus was still on earth and teaching and loving the disciples. And that He’s still alive guiding and loving us!

The last verse of John 21 is probably my favorite and it kinda sums up how I feel about this series,

Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written.

I so want my kids to know all the details, the richness of the symbolism, the prophesies and the HUGE meaning the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection has to their life. I know I can’t convey it one year. This series has shown a few things we can do to give our kids a picture, a hint, a taste of what Jesus was like and what He did for us!

If you do all (or any) of these activities, I’d love to know about it! Please leave a comment or even upload a picture on our Facebook page! Not only does it encourage me (*sheepish grin*) it also encourages other moms in your same spot!

Oooh, and get ready–the next few days I have some FABULOUS resources to help you fill your unEaster basket with faith-filled, God-centered, Bible-based gifts! I cannot wait to show them to you! (Hint: you can win some yourself!)

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A Sense of the Resurrection: an Easter Experience for Families
A Sense of the Resurrection: an Easter Experience for Families
A Sense of the Resurrection is a journey through the death and resurrection of Jesus. Parents and children will make memories as they use their five senses to discover the real story celebrated on Easter.

 

Comments

  1. Rachel Hayden says:

    I am so blessed by your ideas and committment to raising disciples! I am so glad I’ve found your site! I am Jennifer(Stinnett)Wyant’s sister-in-law and didn’t realize until later that you were at her and my brother’s wedding and I could’ve met you!!! Blessings to you and yours!

  2. Diane S. says:

    My family truly loves the plastic Easter eggs 1-12! My daughter begs for the story over and over–it is a lot of fun memories, with a very special story of how much God loves us!

  3. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your beautiful ideas with us. I have 5 children ranging from 9 down to 2 years and we all have thoroughly enjoyed all the activities and looking at this most special celebration in a different way. Thank you and God bless you. xx

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