Anyone else out there suffer from “Sunday Night Slump? I don’t know about you, but Sunday mornings are amazing. I’m smiling, I’m greeting, I’m teaching, I’m crackin’ corny jokes with the kids, things are good. I’m high on Ministry Mountain, I suppose. But, by Sunday night? After teaching two sessions in the morning and helping… Read More Anyone else out there suffer from “Sunday Night Slump?”
Us to kids: Listen, there are four of you. We expect to at least double our investment, so we expect at least 8 grandkids. We don’t care how you divide it up, but 8 it is. They completely and totally agreed! Sounds legal and binding to me! 😉 Dinner time conversations can get weird around… Read More Can we get that in writing?
Several years ago we went to Stake and Shake for a meal and I ordered their vegetable soup. It was delicious! So much so that whenever we went there after that everyone in the family would get shakes with their meals, except me–I got the soup. I wanted to recreate it at home and this… Read More The Best Vegetable Soup Ever
Here is a lesson that is perfect for the Sunday before Martin Luther King Day, but it could be used on any Sunday. The focus is how everyone is equal in God’s eyes and how God loves us equally. It is written for Children’s Church or a large group setting, but it could easily be… Read More God Loves Everyone Equally and So Should We Children’s Church Lesson for the Sunday before Martin Luther King Day
“Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.” 1 Corinthians 15:58 “God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him… Read More A Random Memory and Some Encouragement for those who are ready to give up Serving the Lord
These lessons have a lesson from God’s Word, a Gospel Presentation, a memory verse activity and several optional activities to choose from such as games, crafts and other activities to drive home the lesson. Printable or links to those I used are included under each lesson link. To print or download anything, simply click to… Read More Staying True to God Three Kids’ Bible Study Lessons from the Book of Daniel
Need a New Year’s Lesson? Here is a simple one that challenges kids to read through the New Testament in the New Year and focuses on the account of Nicodemus. It has a memory verse, a lesson with a clear Gospel Presentation and a no fuss, no materials large group game. Click on the link… Read More New Year, New Testament, New You Children’s Church Lesson