Paper Bag Baobab Tree
Turn an everyday brown paper lunch bag (which also provides food) into a mini baobab tree.
The baobab tree is known to have life-sustaining properties, including providing food and water, for many animals in the African savannah. Baobab trees can grow to enormous sizes. Some 59 feet tall with trunks 30 feet around. They can live over 1000 years. Their trunks store water and are hollow. They have been used for shelter. The baobab tree can can also be called the bottle tree, upside-down tree and monkey bread tree.
1. God promises to be there for each of us. Where can you see God in your life?
2. What qualities do you look for in people you can trust?
3. What great promises do you think God has in store for you? Your family? Your community?