Object Lessons, Romans

Object Lesson for Kids –Don’t Conform-Be a Chocolate Chip (and let God transform your mind)

I am always looking for ways to spice up my lessons. The very last thing I want to do is talk at the kids (although I admit to doing just that many times–boo!) Nothing livens up a class like a good object lesson and this Bible study has not one, but two! It was definitely… Read More Object Lesson for Kids –Don’t Conform-Be a Chocolate Chip (and let God transform your mind)

Bible Study (small group) lessons

All You Need is Love Kids’ Bible Study Lesson on 1 and 2 John

This kids’ Bible Study Lesson on 1 and 2 John is all about love, because (sing it with me) “all you need is love.” In this lesson kids will explore God’s great love for them and how they can show love both to others and to God. It contains a Bible Skill, a lesson from… Read More All You Need is Love Kids’ Bible Study Lesson on 1 and 2 John

Devotions, General Devotions

God Calls it as He sees it–for Gideon and for us!

“The Israelites did what was evil in the sight of the LORD So the LORD handed them over to Midian seven years, and they oppressed Israel. Whenever the Israelites planted crops, the Midianites, Amalekites, and the Qedemites came and attacked them…They left nothing for Israel to eat, as well as no sheep, ox or donkey.”… Read More God Calls it as He sees it–for Gideon and for us!

Bible Study (small group) lessons, Children's Church (large group) lessons

1 and 2 Peter Kids’ Bible Study Lessons

Oh no! Aliens! Take a look at two lessons from 1 and 2 Peter. In these lessons you can have a little fun with an “alien” theme while learning that, as Christians, we are “not of this world”. Each lesson contains a Bible skill, a lesson from God’s Word, a connection to Christ, a Gospel… Read More 1 and 2 Peter Kids’ Bible Study Lessons

Skits

Let There Be Eyes Skit

This two person skit stars a mad scientist and his ever-patient assistant as they learn that God is the only One Who can create life. Use it when teaching about Creation. Click here to see the skit and to print or download. Let there be Eyes