Doing what you say you will do, an agreement or covenant (See also covenant)
"Your kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and your dominion endures through all generations. The LORD is faithful to all his promises and loving toward all he has made." Psalm 145:13
This activity shows the children a visual effect of broken promises.
In this activity, children will feel the freedom to give their sin to Jesus and turn from their old ways.
A fun craft to help children with their daily walk with God and to encourage good habits.
Children learn about Godís covenant with Noah.
Children learn the importance of giving themselves to the Lord at an early age, and dedicating their lives to honoring God in everything that they do.
Children learn that God typically answers the prayers of our hearts in one of three ways: yes, no, or wait.
After completing this lesson, the children will learn the importance of keeping their promises.
In this lesson, children see that the Lord keeps His promises to the faithful and that nothing is too hard for Him to accomplish. As we wait on His promises, we must remember that God works according to His timetable not ours.
(Word Search) Children search for words found in the story of when Abram & Lot had to part company due to the size of their flocks.
(Cross-out) Students complete this puzzle to see what God promised to Abraham. (Genesis 22:17a)
(Cross-out) Children cross out words that are the names of planets, colors of the rainbow, and names of animals to reveal why Hannah dedicated her son Samuel to the Lord.
(Word Scramble) Children unscramble words found in the story about the fall of Jericho.
(Word Search) Kids will have fun searching for words while learning about covenants.
Mini skits about dedicating your desires, actions, and thoughts to the Lord.
This skit will show children how lying can stain their reputation. (A skit for four)