Devotions for Children

humility and forgiveness

A Children’s Lesson on Humility, Looking Inward, and Forgiveness

Lessons in hypocrisy (or anti‐hypocrisy) come hard for kids due to their self‐centered world view. Let’s ask them to chin themselves to the bar of fairness with this lesson on hurts and hypocrisy‐‐in a way that they can remember in the future.  This touching lesson teaches children about Humility, Looking Inward, and Forgiveness. The Hypocrisy […]

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Sins Can Tie Up Your Life; Jesus Can Clip You Free!

In Matthew 9, Jesus told the paralytic his sins were forgiven; then he told him to rise up and walk. This Bible object lesson will give children an opportunity to see how wise choices are freeing, but wrong choices—sins– can be very binding; however, Jesus has the power to set us free. JESUS HEALS AND […]

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Back to School Mom Challenge

Back to School Mom Challenge: 7 Ways to Pack God in Your Kid’s Backpack

All Christian parents would like their kids to think about God in school—especially while facing temptations or fears or challenges. However, school and God seem not to go together in some critical ways. Kids find it difficult to think of God while in a crowd of their peers, and this is one of the reasons […]

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Mother’s Day Lesson about Showing Mom Our Love!

This Mother’s Day lesson uses a flower arrangement to help kids understand the challenges parents have with juggling responsibilities. And hopefully the next time they see their moms having a challenging day, they will understand that it’s time to give instead of time to pout or feel hurt. Mother’s Day Lesson: The Mother Nobody Loved Materials: • Silk […]

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“Are You My Mother?” Mother’s Day Game

This fun Mother’s Day game involving animal noises and animal behavior will teach students the importance of a mother and child relationship. “Are You My Mother?” Mother’s Day Game Materials: • Post-it notes • Marker • Hat Object Students will have to find their mother by acting like their designated animal. Introduction Today we celebrate Mother’s […]

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When God Plays April Fools: An April Fools Lesson

This Aprils Fools lesson involving disgusting dead spiders (actually delicious gummy worms) shows how April fools relates to our faith. Some parts of our faith are tough to understand, like blood sacrifice and the crucifixion. Some unfortunate people can be fooled into thinking it’s better to live without faith. But after we get close and […]

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“God Provides Every Day” – A Lesson In Being Grateful And Patient

“God Provides Every Day” – A Sunday School Lesson In Being Grateful And Patient This Sunday school lesson on being grateful and patient centers around a story that all children can relate to.  Bubbles and balloons are used to represent the difference between material things and the things that really matter – like family, love […]

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"Persist To Reap The Harvest" - A Bible Game about How Persistence Pays Off...

“Persist To Reap The Harvest” – A Bible Game about How Persistence Pays Off…

There are times in each and every person’s life that they feel like they are working hard without seeing any benefits and you feel like just giving up.  Whether you’re sharing Jesus, tending a farm or household, or from a child’s perspective, just completing your schoolwork and participating in extracurricular activities, harvesting the fruit of […]

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