How one behaves or acts during different situations (See also behavior, grumbling, respect)
"Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus." Philippians 2:5
Kids read several situations and decide if the child acted in a boastful or humble way.
Children will enjoy an activity that demonstrates the importance of getting to know someone and the error with faultfinding.
When we pray, God does not want us to be like human robots.
Is it better to give or to receive? Generosity is a great attitude to have.
Kids read several situations and decide how the character's motivation will affect the outcome of the story .
Children's Sunday school games - Do it for Jesus
A challenging game that teaches children how to speak other languages.
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 will understand what it means to become submissive and what they can do to practice submission.
Society promotes pride and high self-esteem as the greatest building blocks for a happy productive life. In today’s lesson children will learn that too much pride or self-esteem is a very dangerous thing.
In this first of three lessons on the Beatitudes, the children will discover how blessed they can be when they live lives that are spiritually humble according to the words of Jesus.
And as for you, brothers, never tire of doing what is right, 2 Thessalonians 3:13
Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. Galatians 6:7
There is no end to the treasures that can be found in the Bible, God will always provide new insights when we have the right attitude.
Many things can be stored in backpacks. What do you store in yours, trash or treasure?
(Word Fill-in) Children find out what they can become according to Romans 12:1 when they have Godly attitudes.
This skit teaches children that we all need forgiveness and that we should not have a faultfinding attitude toward others. (Skit for three.)
(Audio Available) A simple song to promote having the right attitudes. Sung to tune of "Oh Where, oh where has my little Dog Gone?"