Trust in God, trusting in Jesus; having faith and believing in God; trustworthiness
"It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man." Psalm 118:8 KJV
An activity in overcoming life's obstacles.
This activity shows the children a visual effect of broken promises.
This activity demonstrates what faith is and how to increase it.
When we are scared, we should call out to our Heavenly Father.
This Bible research activity teaches us how we can faithfully follow God even through difficult times.
A quick search through the Bible to match up verses about God's peace and protection with their correct scripture reference.
In this activity, children will feel the freedom to give their sin to Jesus and turn from their old ways.
We place our trust in many different things, but do we place our trust where it matters most?
The children will create a craft to compare the disobedient actions of Zedekiah and the obedient actions of Jeremiah.
The children will create a shield to display godly characteristics.
The children will play a challenging game that requires persistence and team work.
In this lesson, the children will learn about a motherís obedience, faith, and belief in God. When she shared the little she had, she was given more than she could ever expect.
This lesson teaches that God holds wicked leaders accountable.
This lesson will teach children that God uses His followers to stand up to wicked leaders.
After completing this lesson, the children will learn that we should honor God above everything else. God will protect us when we trust and obey Him.
In this lesson, the children will learn how God enabled an unlikely warrior named Gideon to defeat a large army with only 300 men. Although outnumbered, Gideon knew that with God, all things are possible.
With this introduction to the wonderful story of Ruth, children will learn that even during times of uncertainty, they can always follow the path of truth when they put their faith and trust in the Lord.
After completing this lesson, the children will learn the importance of keeping their promises.
In this lesson, the children learn that we can place our complete trust in our Lord, Jesus, because He cares for us.
In this lesson, children will learn that it is foolish to trust in our own strength; rather, we should trust in the Power of God.
This lesson will teach children that God honors faithful persistence.
In this Sunday school lesson, the children will discover that faith is the key to receiving the gift of Salvation. Out of faith we are able to trust in Christ alone, confess His Holy name before others, be repentant of our sins, and finally in obedience to His Word, be baptized.
After completing this lesson, the children will learn that truly knowing Jesus means to have an intimate and trusting relationship with Him.
This Object Talk demonstrates the power of God's forgiveness of our sins through Christ, and how the Holy Spirit can melt away the barriers that keeps us from Him.
Always trust in the Lord. This Object Talk will show the kids how God keeps us safe from the grasp of the devil in miraculous ways.
A nation or a people that trusts in God is wise indeed.
It is comforting to know we can trust God to keep us safe.
We can believe with certainty Jesus is the Son of God, similar to the way we believe airplanes can fly.
This object talk demonstrates how faith in our Lord can help us from being crushed by fear.
(Maze) Kids help Paul find his way to the Island of Malta by stepping on the debris from the ship.
(Word Scramble) God often uses ordinary people to accomplish great things for His purpose. In this puzzle, children unscramble the names of some unlikely Bible heroes.
The children will perform a skit based on Isaiah 36-37 to remind them that God is the only true protector.
(Skit for seven or more: King Hezekiah, King of Assyria, Eliakim, Isaiah, Citizens, and two narrators.)
This skit shows Moses' humble beginnings and how God protected him from harm.
(Skit for five)
This skit will show children how lying can stain their reputation. (A skit for four)
Sometimes things aren't what they seem, but we can always trust in the Lord for strength and understanding. (A skit for four or more persons)