An offering that is given in worship to God (See also offering, giving)
A sacrifice is giving up something you love for someone you love even more.
By participating in a Passover feast, the children will be able to appreciate various customs during the time of Jesus.
Children identify areas in their lives that they need to give up, so they can offer themselves to God as living sacrifices.
(Coloring Page) Jesus wants us to love our neighbors as ourselves. (Luke 10:25-37)
Children make an edible treat which represents the sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross.
A stained glass craft that reminds children that Jesus has risen!
A sweet craft to help the kids remember that Jesus loved them so much, He gave up His
life on a cross.
Children make a cross from a palm leaf to help remind them of the sacrifice Jesus made for all of us.
Children will have fun learning about different ways to serve God.
This lesson illustrates the attitude we should have when we give our money or our time.
In this lesson, the children will learn that to be just like Jesus, they must give their whole self to God and become a pleasing offering to Him. As Jesus sacrificed His life for our sins, so that we may have everlasting life, we must also become "Living Sacrifices", holy and pleasing to God.
After completing this lesson, the children will be challenged to live sacrificially by demonstrating Jesus' love to those around them.
Through this lesson, children will learn that at times we may have to make sacrifices in our own lives in order to help others. Jesus wants us to love our neighbors as ourselves.
This three lesson series teaches children the importance of giving back to God with their tithes, talents, and service.
Can we, being like filthy rags, ever become completely clean? With Jesus we can!
The weight of our own sin is hard for us to bear, but Jesus bore the sins of the world.
(Word Fill-in) Children find out what they can become according to Romans 12:1 when they have Godly attitudes.
Part 4: Sofia discovers the joy of serving food to others, after some confusion about
who will enjoy the meal. (A skit for three)