Parents, you can use a paper airplane to disciple your kids.
In Robby Gallty’s discipleship book Growing Up, he says that the Gospel came to you because it was on it’s way to someone else. Teaching your kids the Great Commission found in Mathew 28:19-20 is vital in making disciples that make disciples. In this unit, the Missions moment lessons are aimed at teaching your kids about Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF). This mission organization had a huge impact on the advancement of the Gospel in the last century. I pray weekly that your kids will have an impact for Christ’s Kingdom in this century.
Use a paper airplane and talk to you kids about sharing the Gospel with others. I am giving you the opportunity with this paper airplane challenge. Make a few planes together and spend some time discussing how missionary pilots fly to remote parts of the world to help other missionaries share the love of God with those who have not yet heard of Jesus’ death and resurrection.
Watch this video and learn a little more about the challenge.
Share you kid’s paper airplane challenge results using this google form. All flights should be thrown and measured at ground level.
Here is an interview with the world record paper airplane folder (video includes tips) – You Tube Video