Women's Ministry Theme
Posted January 27, 2007
Using the daisy flower as an inspiration, this theme revolves around how God lifts His children up when they are down.
Theme Verse Suggestions
I will extol thee, O LORD; for thou hast lifted me up. Psalm 30:1
Upsy Daisy Devotional by Julia
Discussion questions for this devotional
Alternative Theme Titles
Daisy Chains and God's Grace
Everything's Coming Up Daisies
Fresh As A Daisy
God's Love Lifted Me
Lift Me Up
Gingham material makes a nice combination to a daisy theme.
Put daisy arrangements in mason jars or tin cans.
Float daisy heads in glass bowls filled with water.
Upsy Daisy Printable Theme Set
Includes table tent cards, seed packet envelopes, tea bag covers, verse tags, etc.
He Loves Me :
This doesn't have any "Loves Me Nots".
Give out a real daisy (or similar flower) to one of the ladies in your group. Have her tell a way God loves them.
They can give personal examples, talk about attributes of God, or quote a bible verse describing a way He loves them. Have them try to choose something that means something to them in a personal way.
Examples: He Loves Me...because He gives me strength every day. He Loves Me...because He kept me from getting into an accident recently.
The first lady then passes the flower on to the next lady beside her and it continues until the flower has no petals.
If you want it to continue throughout the entire group, just keep handing out new flowers when the petals are all gone off of one.
Love Lifted Me (James Rowe)
Higher Ground (Johnson Oatman, Jr.)
Daisy Seed Packet - Tie up with ribbon and attach verse.
Daisy Shaped Candle
Daisy Cookie Cutter - Tie on verse card with ribbon.
See my blog for creative favor ideas.
Anything embellished with daisies such as dishtowels, stationary, etc.
Pair of Daisy Flip Fops (the kind with the big daisy flower in the middle)
Daisy Shaped Candle
Book on Encouragement
Just for Fun
Make A Daisy Craft (You'll find various daisy craft projects online.)
Food and Serving
Daisy shaped cookies
Copyright ©2007 Julia Bettencourt
Any Scripture quoted is in the King James Version.
Credit: Artwork for daisy lesson questions by The Graphics Fairy.