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

Cain and Abel Kids’ Bible Study Lesson

Cain and Abel, the first murder. The first “dysfunctional” family. These lessons teach kids about it in a way that is appropriate for their age level. In the older kids’ lesson, kids are encouraged to dive into the account themselves and study it, with their teacher’s guidance. The younger kids’ lesson focuses on Cain letting… Read More Cain and Abel Kids’ Bible Study Lesson

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

Two Creation Lessons for Kids’ Bible Study

“In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth.” Genesis 1:1 This is such a vital fact for kids (and adults) to know. Here are two lessons that help teach it, one that’s better for kids who are a bit older (we used it for 4th-6th grade) and/or more experienced with God’s Word and… Read More Two Creation Lessons for Kids’ Bible Study

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

The Amazing, Spectacular, Awe-Inspiring Adventures in the Books of Acts! A Seven lessons series for kids!

Here is a seven lesson series on the book of Acts. Our kids (and leaders) enjoyed this series and I hope you do too! To see the lesson, just click on the link and print or download. These are doc. files, so you can add dates and/or change anything that you would like to change… Read More The Amazing, Spectacular, Awe-Inspiring Adventures in the Books of Acts! A Seven lessons series for kids!

Children's Church (large group) lessons

God Loves Everyone Equally and So Should We Children’s Church Lesson for the Sunday before Martin Luther King Day

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