Reaching others for Christ; outreach (See also Evangelism, Missions)
"He said to them, 'Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation.'" Mark 16:15
(Coloring Page) Jesus called Peter and Andrew saying, "Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men."
Kids will discover and share the importance of God's Word by producing and recording a radio commercial announcement.
Many verses in the Bible can help people with a particular problem or fear in their lives. Kids will decide which verse is best suited for six different situations.
This display will remind the kids that as disciples of Jesus, they are called to reach out in the community and invite others to church. (Mark 1:17)
A craft children can hang up in their room or their Christmas tree.
With this Flying Fish craft, kids will make a colorful fish that spins and flies through the air.
This craft encourages attendance, class participation, evangelism, and good behavior.
Children create colorful banners to show others how they are members of Team Jesus.
Teams compete to see whose missionary will be able to build a church first.
A game that shows the importance of sharing your faith
Children have fun collecting bright shining stars while learning how they too can shine for Jesus.
Children will discover how other people can see Jesus living in them, by being good examples of right Christian attitudes and behaviors.
After completing this lesson, the children learn how the Magi followed a bright star to find Jesus, and that they too can be a bright star for others to find Jesus.
A four lesson series describing the four reactions people have after hearing the Word of God.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand that in following Jesus, we are to share the Good News about salvation.
In this lesson, the children learn that not only can God change a person’s life, but He is also there to lead the way to keep us safe.
This Object Talk will reveal just how fast a Sunday school class can grow when God's Word is shared.
To reach everyone for Jesus, we must become all things. (1 Corinthians 9:22)
To withstand the droughts and hardships of life, and let others see Jesus alive in us,
we need to be deeply rooted in the Word of God.
We should have a burning passion to let others see Jesus alive in us, but sometimes we need to fan the flame.
A cool object lesson about how some Christians freeze up when it comes to witnessing.
With the power of the Holy Spirit, we can do great things for the kingdom of God, but without it we are powerless.
We are the light of the world, but what kind of light are we?
A short illustration about lighting up the world, one match at a time.
Children love to get invitations to birthday parties. This object talk teaches that God wants us to be living invitations.
The power of the Holy Spirit is an everlasting gift that never runs out.
Let your light shine and shine and shine.
(Cross-out) After crossing out certain words, a bright message from Matthew 5:16 appears.
A school mate discovers it does make a difference how we live and how we act as Christians. (Skit for three.)
An interview with two of the Apostles after spreading the news that the Kingdom of Heaven is near. (Skit for four)
Sharing your faith is not always easy, but remember, Jesus is always there to help.
(Skit for five persons)
(Audio Available) Planting God's word is important. Sung to the tune of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat.”
(Storybook Available) What do you see when you look at others?
A fish story worth telling.
A story about how one girl's desire for perfection prevented her from participating in the big event.
A story about a boy who finds that true strength comes from the Lord.