Talking with God - Intercession: prayer to God on behalf of another person (See also quiet time)
"If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer." Matthew 21:22
God answers our prayers without speaking. Can we communicate with each other without speaking?
When something goes well, how do you feel? Who do you tell? What do you say to God? How about when something goes wrong?
When we pray, God does not want us to be like human robots.
Children learn about the "Prayer of Faith," and then develop their own prayer for the appropriate time.
Kids have fun exchanging Dog Tags and praying for others.
Children learn the importance of communicating with God on a regular basis.
Children identify with John the Baptist, the disciples, and many others who gave up everything to serve Christ.
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.
God is awesome and worthy of our praise for many reasons. Kids can match these reasons with pictures of similar objects.
This bulletin board will remind the kids that they pray to God wherever they are, at home, in school, at church and even while playing. Use this bulletin board for lessons on prayer, worship, or walking with God.
(Certificate of Achievement) Give this attractive certificate to recognize your students for memorizing the Lord's Prayer.
A craft that will help children remember to pray for specific needs.
This game shows the importance of prayer and fasting to prepare for the battle of winning souls for Christ.
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.
After completing this lesson, the children will know how they should pray, when they should pray, and why it is important to include prayer as a regular part of their daily living.
After completing this lesson, the children will learn that we should honor God above everything else. God will protect us when we trust and obey Him.
Children learn that God typically answers the prayers of our hearts in one of three ways: yes, no, or wait.
In this lesson, children learn that we fight in a spiritual war when it comes to sharing the Word of God. We can prepare for this battle through prayer and fasting.
A three lesson series about communicating with God through the power of prayer.
After completing this lesson, the children will be challenged to live sacrificially by demonstrating Jesus' love to those around them.
Through this lesson children learn that we can accomplish so much more in life when we include God in everything we do. The Holy Spirit, prayer, and Bible reading empower both our physical and spiritual lives.
Prayers must be sincere and heartfelt or they are little more than wasted breath.
Using the proper tools empowers us both physically and spiritually.
Distractions in our busy days can make it harder to hear God's quiet voice.
When God is with us, who can be against us?
How long is your power cord? Do you have what it takes to tap into God's power?
If we listen carefully we can hear God's small still voice in a big way.
Our prayers rise up to God in Heaven, like the fragrant smoke of incense rises upwards (Psalm 141:2). Children see how God is pleased when our prayers include adoration, confession, thanksgiving, and supplication.
(Cryptogram) Children decode the verse to find out what happens when they pray.
Find out if the kids can see the name of Jesus and a picture of Him when they close their eyes with these optical puzzles. Also a great object lesson to introduce prayer and quiet time.
Part 2: Sofia has a hard time being humble and must turn to God for help.
(A skit for three)
As Christians, we must choose to pray, knowing that our Father in heaven hears our prayers.
It is up to God's people to go out and share the Gospel of Christ. This skit shows how prayer and fasting help us prepare to fight in this spiritual battle against Truth. (Skit for up to nine.)