Helping others for the sake of Jesus; Serving others; Servant hood (See also Helping)
"I searched for love; I searched in country and in town; I wept because I could not find love anywhere around!
"But when I searched to serve my neighbor, sick and poor, Lo! there stood Love the Beautiful, And knocking at my door!" Cushman
Children will learn that God wants us to serve Him wholeheartedly. Children will also learn about different ways in which they can serve the Lord.
Children unscramble words to complete sentences that describe ways they can care for others. These are then added to a care package.
A community outreach program will benefit the community, students and church as a whole.
Everyone is called to serve within the Church using whatever gifts we have, "For we are God's fellow workers." 1 Corinthians 3:9a
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)
In this activity, children will list ways in which they will follow God and then discuss why it is important to remain spiritually active.
Children learn about humility by imagining Jesus doing something very special.
Kids write in their names to show that they are members of a number one team—Team Jesus.
(Coloring Activity) Children use their coloring skills while showing how they can use the different parts of their bodies to serve God.
This activity will help children remember to serve others in humility, just as Jesus did.
A guided tour to find Spiritual Gifts and how they build up the Body of Christ, the Church.
Kids match the names of Spiritual Gifts with different activities shown in pictures.
Children identify with John the Baptist, the disciples, and many others who gave up everything to serve Christ.
In this activity, children will think about who God considers the greatest.
The world can be a lonely place; wouldn't it be nice if each of us cared for one another?
All Spiritual Gifts are given to us from God, for the building up of the Church. This bulletin board shows how each gift is precious.
There is a difference that everyone can see when a household chooses to serve the Lord.
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)
A craft to show how God provides for those He loves in special ways.
Children's Sunday school games - Do it for Jesus
Teams compete to see whose missionary will be able to build a church first.
Two teams are challenged to come up with different ways they can live to serve Jesus
Children will have fun learning about different ways to serve God.
After completing this lesson, the children will learn what it means to be humble, in the same way Jesus was humble.
Children will discover how other people can see Jesus living in them, by being good examples of right Christian attitudes and behaviors.
This lesson, will teach children how to serve the one true God by worshipping Him only. This lesson also explains that knowing His Word helps us resist temptation.
Children learn that when they choose to follow God's Will, especially during times of difficulty or hardship, they build character, and the ability to serve the Lord even more.
Through this lesson, children will learn how God wants us to interact with fellow believers, as the end draws near.
In this lesson, children will learn the cost John the Baptist paid to serve Christ. Students will also learn what it means for us to deny ourselves and take up our crosses.
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 week series teaches children that they have been wonderfully created by God and given both physical and spiritual gifts which we should use to glorify Him.
In this lesson, children learn that they serve the one true God, and He is three in one--God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. They also learn about their role as members of God's Mighty Army.
A short illustration about lighting up the world, one match at a time.
In order for something to operate correctly, all parts perform important functions. Every Christian is important too, because they are all part of one body: the Church.
You are never too young or too old, the reward is the same.
(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 Search) Jesus was humble, and he shows us how to become humble servants with words found in John 13: 1-17
"But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord." (Joshua 25:15b) This verse is written on a Tangram, an ancient baffling puzzle kids can solve.
(Word Search) Even as children, we can give to the church in many meaningful ways to help the body of Christ grow.
(Cross-out) After crossing out certain words, a message from James 1:17 is revealed about perfect gifts coming from the Father.
A skit about David and Goliath that teaches children that it is important to know God and to serve only Him. (Skit for up to four)
Part 4: Sofia discovers the joy of serving food to others, after some confusion about
who will enjoy the meal. (A skit for three)
A moving skit about how one crooked tree was blessed on Christmas day. (Skit for six:
A skit that teaches children it is important to resist temptation by knowing God’s Word and serving Him only.
This song about some mighty men of the Bible will soon become a favorite Sung to the march “Seventy Six Trombones.”
Even the best soldiers, if not careful, can get caught up in the wrong things.