Object Talks use familiar items to help get the Word of God into the hearts of children. Great for Sunday School classes, Bible lessons, worship time, and children's sermons. More information
The children show their thankfulness as they realize how our loving Father gives us all that we need.
A Bible is a wonderful book, filled with great stories and spiritual truths, but first we need to open it.
This object talk will teach children not to judge a book by its cover while relating it to how we judge each other.
A cactus has needles for protection, but we have the protection of God
An Object Talk that will have the kids talking about their Heavenly Father.
When we place our faith in God, even the biggest problems crumble.
A godly reputation is only as good as the promises we keep. When we break our promises, we become damaged and untrustworthy.
Children learn the importance of using the tools God gives us and how to be a light to those around us.
An activity to teach children that God is made of three parts called the Trinity.
A suitcase comes in handy when going on a trip, but we don't need one when we go to Heaven.
God loves puppy dogs and baby bunnies, but He loves us even more!
A simple object talk teaches children that finger-pointing is an act of judging.
Children learn that nothing should come between us and our love for God.
Talking with God is easy!
Children will see the goodness of Godís Power while trying to use a remote control.
Where can you find the best news in the world? You can find it in the Bible, of course.
The children will reflect on what they hold on to. Is it Christ?
Store up for yourselves treasures in Heaven.
Children will learn that having self-worth is better than being jealous.
What would you rather eat, a rotten banana or one that is nice and ripe?
An illustration to show the children the depth of God's love for them.
Children will cheer when they learn how their fears can disappear.
Jesus is able to restore the gap that sin created between men and God.
Toys may be powered by batteries, but we get our power from God.
Just as our parents prepared a room for us in their house, Jesus is preparing a place for us in Heaven.
Children identify the difference between developing godly and ungodly reputations.
Just as it takes the right environment to grow a beautiful flower, it also takes the right environment for us to grow spiritually.
We need to build our lives on the solid foundation God provides.
With Jesus, even the smallest of things can become amazingly great.
A little bit of mold can ruin a sandwich.
Just like a little bit of sin, without Jesus can keep us out of Heaven.
Many times we ask God to give us things that we may not really need.
As followers of Jesus, we should never break our promises.
During this discussion, the children will find that God cares about every person, and they should too.