Here are some fantastic Biblical St Patricks Day Crafts, Printables and Activities to do with your kids! Did you ever ask yourself “who is St. Patrick?” Well he was a real live person. Yes he was, AND he wasn’t a leprechaun either! I know that’s hard to believe since Leprechauns are associated with St. Patrick’s Day, but nope…he was a real live person.
Teach your kids about the REAL St. Patrick with these
Biblical St. Patricks Day Crafts, Printables and Activities
So who was he and how did St. Patrick’s Day come about?
I’ll give you the super short version in my very own words and then there are some super cute Biblical St. Patrick’s Day Crafts and Ideas you might want to try with your kids or grand kids.
St. Patrick came from a predominantly Christian background. His Father and Grandfather were both in leadership in the church. When Patrick was young, he was kidnapped and during his time of captivity he came to know the Lord. He felt the Lord was speaking to him to escape and go back and share his faith with his Irish peoples.
It is said that St. Patrick used the 3 leaf clover to explain the Trinity. That’s all there is to it…although I’m sure his ministry was much more exciting than that!
Would you like to explain St. Patrick’s Day in a Biblical way to your kids or grandkids?
Use this fun video that Veggie Tales created and take 8 min. or so to watch.
Not all of these crafts and ideas are biblical, but they are fun!
Love these super cute St. Patricks Day stickers you can use to bless others on St. Patricks Day. Comes with some super cute ideas for using them too!
St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold ~ Love this idea from Happy Home Fairy
Another super cute idea for a pot of gold! God’s Gold that is! by Happy Home Fairy
If you are looking for an accurate account of St. Patrick’s Day that is Bible based…here’s a book you will love.
So there you have it…the REAL meaning behind St. Patrick’s Day. By the way…there really is no harm in having fun with Leprechauns and all…I just wanted to make sure you had the real scoop and in case you wanted to teach your kids, I wanted to make it easy.
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