Cross Worry Stones
right size with right message
Using these as 'prizes' for SS class students when they remember to bring Bible to class. We use one to pass around circle when we pray - pray-er holds stone, passes it on to next student.
December 12, 2011
I have gotten these twice now and they are great! wonderful value! Most recently, I used them for a church project and the girl who was helping me kept commenting on how beautiful the stones were. They all seemed to be unique and had very pretty "veining" on them. She was amazed at how nice they were for the price.
February 13, 2009
These are better than the picture.They are all different and very nice. Small to large selection. Great gift idea.
December 7, 2012
Very pretty and very good quality.
December 4, 2012
These stones are wonderful. I used them as favors for a party and there wasn't a single one left. I do wish there were just a little smaller, but the quality is first rate.
July 16, 2012
Great for my business!
July 5, 2012
Rock of Ages
These rocks represent many things: Jesus, the "Rock Of Ages"; "Firm Foundation"; "Solid Rock"; etc. They can be placed in indoor or outdoor flower pots; to remind people of the great sacrifice our Lord went through, to save us. These will be passed out at our Ladies Prayer Breakfast; teaching about Jesus' crucifixion. They are even safely individually wrapped in plastic, for sanitary reasons. For in our case; we will be putting them in extra small baskets, with chocolate eggs at Easter.
July 1, 2012
Very nice looking!
We bought these as a gift for the men on Fathers Day. They are beautiful! They are a little large, really too large to carry in your pocket, but overall a nice quality product.
June 13, 2012
I've purchased these for my Sunday School students, women's retreat, and as a gift for seniors during our senior home visit. Every time, they are received with great joy. People love holding them during church and prayers. I've even had people tell me they sleep with them in their hands or under their pillows. Can't go wrong with them.
April 24, 2012
Great for begining partnerships with other congregations!
These are wonderful! They sit in a bowl at our campus ministry and our partnering congregation sends our students names of their vbs and confirmation students. We then select a name from their list, write it on one of these stones take it home and place it somewhere as a daily reminder to pray for this person. We've also placed one in the font of our gathering room and they have also become a theme for our newsletters as we put a picture of one in each and ask our supporters to cut out the picture and pray for our ministry! We call them prayer rocks. It has completely taken off!!!
December 24, 2011