This healthy fall harvest snack features a major player in fall harvest (apples!) and also will give you a chance to talk about how, like apples, faith gets sweeter as we mature.
– Apples, one for each child
– Peanut butter
1. If you have an apple corer, use it to remove the core and seeds
2. Slice apples into flat round pieces
3. Stack peanut butter, granola and raisins on top of one piece.
4. Put peanut butter on a second piece, then turn it upside down and stick them together to make the sandwich.
5. Repeat for each student.
Apples that are left on the tree longer are sweeter than those that are picked early. The apples picked early are tart. They make our sour glands run in our jaws, and it’s generally uncomfortable. The sweetness of apples is a lot like our spirituality. The longer we walk with God, the sweeter our hearts and personalities will be! Let’s pray that our walk with Jesus will be long and our lives will grow sweeter each year.
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