The desire to gain a full awareness and understanding of God (See also Character of God)
"Great is our Lord and mighty in power; his understanding has no limit." Psalm 147:5
Children will toss popcorn from different distances to see that the closer they are to God, the stronger their relationship can be with Him.
An activity to demonstrate the depth of desire that we should have for God.
Children identify sin and then “crumple” its influence in their lives.
This activity helps children focus on connecting with God’s heart.
Children will place events in chronological order based on when they occurred in the Bible.
Experience the wonder and awe of God's creation.
Children will create cards to learn about the characters in the Queen Athaliah Bible story found in 2 Kings 11.
The children will practice identifying ungodly directives and acting on their faith.
The children will participate in an activity to teach them about God’s mercy.
God's unseen power: what would we do without it?
An activity to show that we hear many things with our ears, but we can also hear the voice of God when we listen with our hearts.
Jesus only did what he saw his Father doing. We should only do what Jesus would do. John 5:19
God is awesome and worthy of our praise for many reasons. Kids can match these reasons with pictures of similar objects.
Children will use current events to see the presence of worldliness and godliness in our daily lives.
Children make a paper crown that displays the characteristics of a godly leader.
Children will memorize 1 John 5:7-8 and learn the meaning of God being three in one: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
Kids will make a dictionary that describes what they know about God from A to Z.
The children will create a mosaic to help them remember God's attributes.
The children will create a craft to remind them of God’s mercy.
The children will work together to find and gather coins to offer to God.
A matching game that teaches children to give glory to God.
Can you recognize the voice of God? A fun game to see how well you can listen for the master's voice and know the Will of God.
No matter where we run or try to hide, God knows where we are, because He is right there with us.
The children will play a game that teaches them to recognize sin and “swat” it away!
A game that shows how we can have confidence that God is talking to us through His Scriptures.
This lesson series teaches children about several attributes of God.
This lesson will identify God’s holiness as His most prevalent attribute. Children will learn that all of God’s additional attributes exist through and because of His holiness.
This lesson will explain the difference between God’s jealousy and human jealousy. The children will understand why jealousy is one of God’s attributes and one of humanity’s defects.
This lesson will help children understand why God loves us and how He displays His love.
This lesson will teach children about God’s mercy and why we should be merciful to others.
This second lesson of a series of three will introduce children to the different ways in which we can pray.
In this three-week series, children learn how special they are because God created them in His image.
Through this lesson, children learn that we can take comfort in knowing that God is in control.
We serve one God, worship one God, and fight for one God. We belong to an army of One. This three lesson series helps children gain a better knowledge of the one true God.
After completing this lesson, the children will have a better understanding of the three persons of God—the Trinity—and more specifically, the loving qualities of God the Father.
This first lesson of a series of three will introduce children to the importance of prayer in their daily lives.
A life used by God, is a life worth living.
If we listen carefully we can hear God's small still voice in a big way.
(Word Search) God knows the secrets of our hearts, our thoughts, how we were made; He knows everything. In this word search, children find words from key verses about God's knowledge.
(Crossword) All the answers to this crossword puzzle deal with the attributes of God or His interaction with Biblical leaders.
(Crossword) A puzzle based on the reign of King Joash.
(Word Fill-in) Children discover that God is everywhere' He is all around us. Words from Psalm 139:7-12.
The children will participate in a skit that teaches them to give mercy to others because God has given mercy to us.
(Audio Available) Sing and rejoice that God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit are with us. A song about the three persons of God.