Things learned from study or experience (See also wisdom)
"The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and discipline." Proverbs 1:7
Children will place events in chronological order based on when they occurred in the Bible.
Children create ornaments to hang around their necks to remind them of Proverbs 1:8-9.
This Mother’s Day craft teaches children to honor their parents and obey God.
A review game of wits, skill and good aim.
Children race against time and other teams to correctly decipher who I am.
Through this lesson, children learn that God's divine power provides them with everything they need to live godly lives; thus, they escape the corruption evil desires cause in the world.
It is easy to find scripture verses once you know their Biblical addresses.
Like an open book, God knows everything about our whole lives, from beginning to end and everything in between.
There is no end to the treasures that can be found in the Bible, God will always provide new insights when we have the right attitude.
(Cross-out) Children cross out words that are the names of animals, colors, and numbers to reveal the encouraging message of 2 Peter 1:3
The students will enjoy participating in a silly skit that demonstrates the need to show love and dedication through your heart and actions—not just through words and study. (Four or more actors.)
A legend retold about the wisest king there ever was.