Finding yourself with more time at home these days? We have some free downloads just for families and kids to help make your time fun, colourful, meaningful and centred on Jesus. Whether you want to read inspiring stories, memorize Scripture or colour together, we have something for you!

____

Read our new devotional on YouVersion

All of this is inspired by our brand-new Fruit of the Spirit devotional for kids and families, now available on the YouVersion Bible App.

A cover graphic that reads "Living out the Fruit of the Spirit for kids and families".

Each of the nine daily readings focuses on one fruit of the Spirit and includes Scripture, stories of Compassion kids around the world and practical ways to live out the fruit of the Spirit.

Read the devotional

____

Memorize Scripture

We’ve created nine Scripture card graphics to accompany each day of the devotional. Print them out or save them digitally and see how many of these scriptures you can memorize!

Download scripture cards

Also, check out our Fruit of the Spirit videos our TikTok and Instagram Reels on love, joy and peace, featuring some of these Scriptures to help boost your memorization motivation!

____

Colour together—and share it with us!

Two kids hold up their finished colouring sheets.

What’s more fun than a fresh colouring sheet? We’ve created two colouring sheets featuring Scriptures from the devotional, one for the younger ones and one for older kids (and even adults)! Download, print and enjoy—and we’d love to see your finished colouring sheets! Snap a photo, post them on social media and be sure to tag us @CompassionCA.

Download colouring sheets

____

Looking for more resources from Compassion Canada? Check out all our devotionals on the YouVersion Bible App!

See all

 

Graphic design by Lee Fromm. Illustrations by Aveleen Schinkel.

Written by: Alyssa Esparaz

Alyssa is Compassion Canada's Manager of Content and Public Relations, telling stories that inspire and equip the Church to live compassionate lifestyles. She is a recent graduate of the University of Toronto, where she studied International Development.