Accepting other for who they are, not being judgemental (See also judging)
"Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to God." Romans 15:7
A feel good activity enabling children to accept themselves and others as they are.
How does a child's life today compare to when Jesus was born? This activity helps kids relate to Jesus.
God created people who are different, but all are special in His eyes. A lesson on self-worth and love.
This activity teaches kids that we should show kindness to everyone in the world.
Only God our Creator knows every special thing about us, great or small.
After taking balled-up pieces of paper and pretending to stone a sinner, the children will compare judging others to having sin in their own lives.
We live in a world made up of many different people from many different backgrounds, nationalities and lifestyles. God loves everyone. Children must learn to respect and love each other, because God loves all of us.
God makes us different for a reason. We all have a purpose. As Jeremiah discovered while observing the potter as he made clay vessels, God can use us in any way He chooses. We are His children, and He is our Lord. (Jeremiah 18:1-10)
Children relate this familiar Bible story to how we are all different and special because God made us in His image.
In this lesson, children will discover how genuine love that comes from God means we will show kindness to all people, even our enemies.
After completing this lesson, the children will know that they are special because they are made by God, and that they have a special purpose in Godís Kingdom.
To reach everyone for Jesus, we must become all things. (1 Corinthians 9:22)
In order for something to operate correctly, all parts perform important functions. Every Christian is important too, because they are all part of one body: the Church.
Like an open book, God knows everything about our whole lives, from beginning to end and everything in between.
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 story about forgiving the shortcomings of others to see their true worth. (Skit for three persons)
Sometimes things aren't what they seem, but we can always trust in the Lord for strength and understanding. (A skit for four or more persons)