Valentine’s Day happens on a Sunday this year (2021), and we’ve got some great resources to help your kids celebrate and show God’s love that day!

If you're not meeting in person (and even if you are)...

Help your kids know that Jesus loves them! This I Know is a 4-week Valentine’s devotional for kids and families. This resource for families focuses on 4 stories in the New Testament that help them know that Jesus loves them. Download This I Know here.

Help kids SHOW God's love with a Service Project!

Operation Valentine is a Valentine-themed service project for kids that’s a perfect way to help kids to put 1 John 4:19 into action! This download includes everything you need to execute a successful service project with kids for collecting, packing, and distributing care packages to residents of a local nursing home, or you can modify the details to put together care packages for the local fire station, hospital, police station, etc. Download Operation Valentine here.

Easy printables to engage kids:

Click on each image below to learn more about that printable resource!

Valentine Games!

Have some fun this Valentine’s Day with these Valentine games!

Send some love in the mail...

Share God's love with some sweet treats!

And don't forget about your volunteers!

Give your volunteers some love this Valentine’s Day with a simple gift. It’s always a good time to let your volunteers know how much you appreciate them, and with this week’s free printable, it’ll only take you a few minutes of prep work to thank them for being the heart of your ministry. I heard about this idea at a breakout session with Kathie Phillips, the brilliant KidMin leader and author behind KidMinspiration. Download this FREE resource here.

P.S. Since Valentine's Day is so close to the beginning of Lent...

P.S. Since Valentine’s Day is so close to the beginning of Lent (Ash Wednesday is February 17, 2021), here are a few Lent resources for your families too!

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