Feel Real - helping kids to deal with their feelings

A new Limitless Kids resource to help support children’s emotional health and wellbeing 

This 'Feel Real' resource explores our emotions alongside biblical narrative and empowers kids, leaders and families to deal with real-life feelings.

The first series of this flexible resource can be used by families, kid's groups, at home and at church and provides starting points for bible study, discussion, and God-focused living. The topics covered include patience, fear, worry,  hope, grief and anger.

Scroll down to access the resource and user guide.



Feel Real resources

Download the free Feel Real user guide and the first set of Feel Real sessions. We have 500 free keyrings available to celebrate our launch, so order yours now before they all go!

Feel Real user guide

Feelings and emotions are a significant part of life, but it can be hard to know where to start. Feel Real is a great starting point that uses 5 simple steps to help kid’s leaders and parents/ carers to journey with their kids through specific emotions. Download this user guide to help get the most out of each session. 

  Download this five-step guide

Feel Real resources

Download the first series of 6 Feel Real sessions, using the above guide to help you get the most out of this resource.

  Download sessions

FREE Feel Real keyrings


To launch Feel Real, we have 500 free keyrings available for Elim churches in the UK. Each church can order up to 25 keyrings - you just need to pay for postage.

Back in stock. So don't delay - order yours today while new stocks last!


For more information please contact - Kids@limitlesselim.co.uk


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