The way one can be seen reacting to different situations
"A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones." Proverbs 17:22
An insightful activity that teaches children an important Spiritual Truth.
Children will enjoy an activity that demonstrates the importance of getting to know someone and the error with faultfinding.
The children will learn how biblical figures handled peer pressure.
Kids complete several scenarios and then determine if their chosen actions would be considered showing justice (fairness), mercy (kindness), or being humble (selflessness).
This activity helps students get a better understanding of the difference between “Head Knowledge” and “Heart Knowledge.”
Through these exercises, children learn the importance of living according to God's standards, even if it means that we will live like foreigners in this world.
Children learn that it is better to show others love, rather than stir up conflict.
An interactive bulletin board to reward the children for attendance, answering questions, good behavior and much more.
The book of Proverbs is rich in godly wisdom, providing both practical and spiritual advice. This bulletin board offers eight important verses from Proverbs.
This craft encourages attendance, class participation, evangelism, and good behavior.
A challenging game that teaches children how to speak other languages.
The children will have fun as they learn about poverty, greed, and giving while playing a game.
Through this Sunday school lesson, children will learn that consistently living a pure and holy life builds a strong, Godly reputation.
After completing this lesson, children will learn the importance of putting their complete trust in God and His everlasting promises. Children will also come to understand the importance of following God wholeheartedly.
In this lesson, the children will learn about the importance of honoring their word and following through in obedience even when they do not feel like it.
This lesson teaches children that we all need forgiveness and that we should not have a fault-finding attitude toward others.
Through this lesson, children will learn how God wants us to interact with fellow believers, as the end draws near.
In this lesson,the children will see the Israelites’ hearts transform when they repent and change their ways. Your students will identify their own sins as well as how to reject sin in their lives.
Through this lesson, children will learn that God does not want us to be influenced by the world, but rather we are here to live lives that will make a difference for the glory of God.
Children will have fun learning about the phrase “180” and how it applies to our relationship with God.
Blessed are those who listen to God's instruction.
And as for you, brothers, never tire of doing what is right, 2 Thessalonians 3:13
"The wealth of the wise is their crown, but the folly of fools yields folly." Proverbs 14:24
An Object Talk about good habits and doing the right thing.
How can you be a good example of a child of God unless people can clearly see Jesus living in you?
Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. Galatians 6:7
The love of Jesus can transform an ugly sinful heart into a sweet caring heart.
A few simple rules for the students to follow to keep order in the classroom.
(Cryptogram) People tend to look at other's outward appearance, but God looks at the heart.
Students unscramble words that name seven of the kings and queens found in the Bible.
This skit teaches children that we all need forgiveness and that we should not have a fault-finding attitude toward others. (Skit for three.)
Here’s a silly twist on the story of "The parable of the Two Sons" found in Matthew 21:28-30.
Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing, my brothers, this should not be. James 3:10 (A skit for four)
A skit about two kings, one kind the other mean, and the consequences of how they rule. (Skit for twelve or more)
(Audio Available) A song about putting Jesus first in thoughts, words, and actions. Sung to the tune, "Are You Sleeping?"
(Audio Available) A simple song to promote having the right attitudes. Sung to tune of "Oh Where, oh where has my little Dog Gone?"
Classroom behavior management ideas to help your classroom run smoothly.