Paying attention to what is being said, hearing and obeying God's voice (See also paying attention)
"My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me." John 10:27 NIV
Giggles fill the room as children learn an important principle
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.
A whale of a craft to help kids remember the story of Jonah and that walking with God in obedance is always the best choice.
Giggles abound with this craft showing it is important to listen to God.
Children have fun trying to duplicate a pattern of blocks hearing only verbal commands. The unseen Holy Spirit guides us in truth, if only we listen.
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.
In this game, similar to "Red Light, Green Light," the children will have fun showing their crawling skills while learning about the Lord's Army.
The world may be full of distractions, but when we turn to God, He will help us along the way.
A game that shows how we can have confidence that God is talking to us through His Scriptures.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand the importance of living a life that shows what they believe. They will be challenged to become doers of the word, not merely hearers.
Children learn that God typically answers the prayers of our hearts in one of three ways: yes, no, or wait.
Children will learn how God created an entire nation of people, starting with just the faith and obedience of one man who chose to follow Him.
This lesson teaches children that God desires to communicate with us and how important it is for us to listen to Him.
This two lesson series teaches children the importance of carefully listening for God's voice and the benefits of obeying Him.
This second lesson of a series of three will introduce children to the different ways in which we can pray.
In this first lesson, the children will learn that paying close attention to and obeying instructions, especially those given by parents and teachers is important to build character and to please God.
This first lesson of a series of three will introduce children to the importance of prayer in their daily lives.
Distractions in our busy days can make it harder to hear God's quiet voice.
(Crossword) A quick walk through Proverbs to discover the benefits of heeding instruction.
Amy learns that she cannot simply listen to the Word of God, she must also do what it says. (A skit for two)