Here are Sunday school activities to use with your older Sunday school students to help them deal with the issue of bullies. Just as Isaiah was afraid, our children are often afraid of the bullies in their school or neighborhood.
For our Bible study lessons on Isaiah we're going to talk about good fear and bad fear. We'll be using a list of the six biggest fears of kids given by doctors. Pick one that you have felt and draw a picture of you having that fear. Later on we'll talk about whether this is a good fear or a bad fear.
Children's Sunday school lessons on Isaiah offer special insights on good fears, bad fears, fear of the Lord, and what that means. Jeremiah and Isaiah don't include any stories, and the words of the prophets can be sad and even frightening. But Isiah speaks great words about heaven, which will give children a sense that every story on earth can have a happy ending.
We can use the these Bible study activities when teaching the lesson of Naaman & Elisha. We'll be talking about how bad times and things that are not fun can make us better able to serve the Lord as adults.
Today we'll be talking about some of the ways God makes us into responsible adults. Try these children's Sunday school activities to teach the concept of responsibility.
To Christians these days, the pomp and circumstance surrounding Solomon's Holy Temple, as discussed last week, may seem a bit mysterious. While Solomon's Temple was a striking gift to God
Today we'll be talking about King's Solomon's Temple, which was surely the largest, most expensive building anyone made for God in the history of mankind. These kids Sunday school lessons below are geared as an introduction for younger children.
This is one of the great Sunday school lessons for children, reiterating last week's of how great men do not succumb to the pressures of others: Great men find the courage to walk alone when they need to.
If you're looking for childrens activities for Bible study to use with your older Sunday school students, try the game below. This activity uses the story of Elijah to teach about peer pressure.