All of us are exposed to a ton of advertising that encourages us to want more and more “things” we don’t need in our lives, while neglecting to teach us to appreciate things like God’s love and the eternal life that awaits God’s children in heaven. We can learn to be grateful for all the […]
Often children have experienced the passing away of a relative, and they become aware that death is part of life as early as age five. Therefore we should be there for them to help them process the concept of death the way that God would like. This spring object lesson in caterpillars becoming butterflies should […]
Childrens Sermons Series: HANNAH FOUND THE RIGHT “FRIENDS” FOR SAMUEL (This childrens sermon is based on 1 Samuel 1-2. Teacher words are in bold) Materials: – play dough, one fist-sized glob for each child – a real mug (or if you have the kind without the handle that’s even better) – 1 bottled water […]
This Sunday school lesson helps your students learn about the Bible story of Noah and the flood. Be sure to read Genesis 6-8 with your students prior to the below lesson or after completing it. Lesson Materials – 12 smaller children’s building blocks – 1 blindfold – 1 noise maker or party horn God Protects […]
The Minor Prophets are the last 12 speakers presented in the Old Testament. They stood up for what was right even though their situations were very scary and they lived in hard times. They wrote down their prophecies for the people of Israel. A prophecy is “God’s Inside Scoop;” God’s way of seeing man’s behavior, and special secrets about what God plans to do about it when men are behaving wrongly.
We’ve talked a lot in the past few lessons about the importance of your earthly family and the importance of your spiritual family. However there are times when even your family members can get involved in wrong things. That’s the time when, as a Christian, you need to stand up for what’s right. God rewarded Abigail for going against her husband to do what’s right, and God rewarded her. He will reward you also.
Oftentimes, the characters of the Bible are helpful to us because we get in similar situations to ones they were in, and we can learn lessons from how they acted. (TEACHER WORDS IN BOLD.) How to Handle Hardship Materials: – Marshmallows – M&Ms in little bags Put a handful of cookies or marshmallows down […]
The story of Ruth is a great example of how loyalty pays off in the long run. Ruth gave up all she had because she was compassionate toward her older, poverty stricken friend – -her mother-in-law. In this children’s church lesson, we discuss this story in more detail. ( The teacher’s words are marked in […]
Children’s Sermons help bring the Bible to life in your classroom. This sermon on Genesis and Creation will attract your students’ attention and make this a memorable lesson.