Self-esteem, self-assurance, having a sense of value or worth (See also Child of God, worthiness)
Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these." Matthew 19:14
Students will learn that God's strength and glory are displayed through our weaknesses.
Children will enjoy an activity that demonstrates the importance of getting to know someone and the error with faultfinding.
The children will make a visual aid to help them remember that God creates everyone and everything for a purpose, which is to bring Him glory.
God created people who are different, but all are special in His eyes. A lesson on self-worth and love.
A cheerful reminder that God created the universe and that God created us.
An exciting way for the children in your class to see who is special to God.
Children create their own colorful robes to demonstrate how they can rejoice in the Lord who clothes us with robes of righteousness. (Isaiah 61:10)
God makes us different for a reason. We all have a purpose. As Jeremiah discovered while observing the potter as he made clay vessels, God can use us in any way He chooses. We are His children, and He is our Lord. (Jeremiah 18:1-10)
Children use actions and descriptions to get their teammates to guess what they are doing.
In this lesson, the children will see that everything and everyone has a purpose in bringing glory to God. They will discover how Jesusí miracles bring glory to God as well.
This lesson teaches children that we all need forgiveness and that we should not have a fault-finding attitude toward others.
In this lesson, children learn about the miracles and events surrounding the birth of John the Baptist. This lesson will also help the children understand that even before they were born, God gave them a purpose in life.
Like an open book, God knows everything about our whole lives, from beginning to end and everything in between.
This skit teaches children that we all need forgiveness and that we should not have a fault-finding attitude toward others. (Skit for three.)
Short skits to help children learn about the different ways they can show responsibility.
(Skits for five teams of two)