Treating others with love and compassion (See also caring, compassion, mercy)
People don't care how much you know, until they know how much you care.
Children unscramble words to complete sentences that describe ways they can care for others. These are then added to a care package.
An activity about showing forgiveness to others, as a true act of Godly love.
(Coloring Page) Jesus wants us to love our neighbors as ourselves. (Luke 10:25-37)
A feel good activity enabling children to accept themselves and others as they are.
This activity teaches kids that we should show kindness to everyone in the world.
A craft to show how God provides for those He loves in special ways.
Not only a craft, but also a thoughtful gift for someone special. Easy to assemble but packed with love and kindness.
Children relate this familiar Bible story to how we are all different and special because God made us in His image.
How many times should I forgive? A delightful craft to show how often we should forgive one another.
Through this lesson, children learn that Jesus is more concerned with our spiritual condition than He is with our physical well being.
In this lesson, children will discover how genuine love that comes from God means we will show kindness to all people, even our enemies.
Through this lesson, children will learn that at times we may have to make sacrifices in our own lives in order to help others. Jesus wants us to love our neighbors as ourselves.
We are the light of the world, but what kind of light are we?
This Object talk shows how God provides for all people, wealthy or poor.
Real kindness must match what the other person needs. Otherwise, what we do may be like pouring vinegar on soda as described in Proverbs 25:20.
Finding a true friend has nothing to do with outward appearances. (A skit for three persons)
A skit about a boy who would rather catch a fish than catch a ball, and how he faced conflict with his jealous brother. (A skit for three persons)
A skit about two kings, one kind the other mean, and the consequences of how they rule. (Skit for twelve or more)