Child of God
Belonging to God, uniquely and wonderfully created by God, special (See also self-worth)
"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
Children compare some of the facts surrounding their birth with those of John the Baptist and discover how they are both children of God.
This activity helps students get a better understanding of the difference between “Head Knowledge” and “Heart Knowledge.”
The children learn that out of hundreds of thousands of people they can shine and stand out for Jesus.
Children reflect on things they look forward to while learning that their greatest encouragement comes from Jesus.
The children will create an ID card to help them remember that their citizenship is in Heaven.
We live in a world made up of many different people from many different backgrounds, nationalities and lifestyles. God loves everyone. Children must learn to respect and love each other, because God loves all of us.
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.
We live in a world filled with many weeds, but we are children of God. Therefore, let us rise high and live for Jesus.
Children add brilliant colors to show how they can rejoice in the Lord who clothes us with robes of righteousness. (Isaiah 61:10)
Kids create a colorful necklace as a reminder to dedicate their whole lives to Jesus.
A craft to help children understand how their hearts can become "beautiful" and acceptable to God.
Children learn the importance of giving themselves to the Lord at an early age, and dedicating their lives to honoring God in everything that they do.
In this lesson, children learn how special they are because God created them in His image, and God knows their innermost thoughts from beginning to end.
In this lesson, the children discover that their identity is in Christ and because of Christ we become citizens of Heaven taking on a heavenly mindset.
This lesson teaches children that we all need forgiveness and that we should not have a fault-finding attitude toward others.