Kids need to hear “The Sweet Truth of Easter” through this creative M&M poem about Jesus Christ. This free, downloadable PDF poem is perfect for kids’ church service on Easter. It tells the story of Easter in a fun and engaging way, with beautiful illustrations.
This Easter poem is a perfect way to share the Gospel with children at your church Easter Egg hunt or a simple treat for children in your Sunday School class on Easter morning. Simply attach a fun size bag of M&M candy and the activity is complete!
M&M Easter Poem for Children’s Church
This Easter poem was first shared by Bethany Darwin on Ministry-To-Children.com and has blessed thousands of churches every Easter season. The download above is the latest Easter poem for kids update which is available free from the Sunday School Store. It’s a powerful reminder of true Christian meaning of Easter and how children can believe in his resurrection to gain eternal life. That’s a sweet truth – Jesus saves!
Short Printable Christian Poem about Easter
SWEET TRUTH OF EASTER
These candies tell a story.
The best news you’ll ever hear.
It’s about Jesus dying on the cross, so that we could be brought near.
So hold them and turn them and you will see… the “M” become a “W”an “E” and then a “3′′
The “E” stands for Easter:
God’s everlasting love and His eternal plan.
It reminds us of the cross
and the way God rescued sinful man
The “3″ represent the 3 days Jesus spent in the grave.
By His death, His children He did save.
The “M” reminds us of the mercy the Messiah showed as He died in our place.
and the miracle of the resurrection so we can see Him face to face.
The “W” reminds us that He alone is worthy of our worship and praise and calls us to be His witnesses
around the world for all of our days.
Easter Poems for Preschoolers at Church
The Easter Poem for Kids Church: PDF Printable is the perfect way to teach children the religious meaning of Easter. This beautiful poem is written in a child-friendly rhyming style that makes it easy to understand and enjoyable to read. The vivid imagery and powerful message will stay with them long after Easter Sunday is over.