Temptation to do what others your age or status are doing
Why did the first monkey fall from the tree? (It was dead.)
Why did the second monkey fall from the tree? (It was tied to the first monkey)
Why did the third monkey fall from the tree? (Peer Pressure)
An activity to demonstrate how friends can affect the way we behave.
Children identify sin and then “crumple” its influence in their lives.
Bad company corrupts good character, so choose your friends wisely
The children will read about biblical figures to learn how to handle peer pressure.
The children will practice identifying ungodly directives and acting on their faith.
A lesson on doing what's right, even if no one else will.
This lesson illustrates the importance of waiting on God's timing and the consequences of not trusting God to provide for our needs.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand the importance of developing godly friendships.
By coloring in with pencil large letters that spell FRIENDS, you will show how friends,
whether they are good or bad, can easily rub off on you.
How can you gain the strength to stand up to the pressures and temptations of this world? This object lesson shows how.
It is much easier for a Christian to handle the pressures of this world when they have the sweetness of Jesus inside.
Life has many pitfalls but with God's help we can avoid many of them.
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)