Being truthful to the point others can trust and respect you; having integrity (See also truthfulness)
"Kings take pleasure in honest lips; they value a man who speaks the truth." Proverbs 16:13
This activity shows the children a visual effect of broken promises.
In this activity, children will feel the freedom to give their sin to Jesus and turn from their old ways.
Randy's week is full of choices. He wants to be honest and live a Godly life. The kids describe in their own words what Randy should do to be an honest person.
The children learn that practicing honesty is an important step towards developing Godly Character that will be carried on to adulthood.
After completing this lesson, the children will learn the importance of keeping their promises.
(Cryptogram) People tend to look at other's outward appearance, but God looks at the heart.
In this skit a young boy redeems himself from an awkward situation that could have cost him his integrity. (A skit for six persons)
Short skits to help children learn about the different ways they can show responsibility.
(Skits for five teams of two)
This skit will show children how lying can stain their reputation. (A skit for four)
It's never too late to do the right thing.
A twin brother finds that putting others first instead of hiding behind a lie is the right choice.