To accept as truth, to trust or have faith; belief in God; a step towards Salvation.
"Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed ae those who have not seen and yet have believed."
This activity demonstrates children's ability to believe in things they have not seen, to show how they can believe in an unseen God.
A great exercise that helps personalize God's message to us.
We place our trust in many different things, but do we place our trust where it matters most?
Jesus performed many miracles to help us believe He is the Christ, the Son of God. This colorful bulletin board helps the children remember seven special miracles.
All aboard the Salvation Railroad! A quick reminder of the different steps every child should understand before being baptized. You can easily create this bulletin board using basic shapes.
A fast-paced game that introduces children to the first miracle performed by Jesus.
Children learn firsthand how difficult it was for some people to believe the message preached by John the Baptist.
Children learn that faith is the key to finding courage
After completing this first lesson, the children will understand that it is impossible for someone to get to Heaven on his or her own efforts. The next two lessons address the issues that all persons are sinners and this sin causes separation from God. The last two lessons explain how God sent His only Son to pay the price for our sins and how it is by placing our trust in Jesus alone that we can be saved.
Through this lesson, children learn that Jesus is more concerned with our spiritual condition than He is with our physical well being.
In this lesson, the children will discover that Jesus is God's answer to our sin. They will learn that Jesus died on the cross for us, and purchased our place in Heaven. Jesus got what he did not deserve, to keep us from getting what we do deserve, that is eternal death and separation from God.
Through this lesson, children will learn that there will be times in life when our faith is tested. Life will not always be easy, and we will need to let our faith in God help keep us afloat during the difficult times in our lives.
Through this lesson children will be introduced to the concepts of resurrection and eternal life. They get a glimpse of the power that will be fully displayed during the final resurrection when all the deceased hear Jesus' voice and rise from the dead.
In this lesson, children learn that the Lord cares about all of our needs, however seemingly insignificant, when He turns the ordinary into the exceptional for His glory.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand that truly believing in Jesus means to believe He is who He claims to be, and that He is the Lord of all.
A nation or a people that trusts in God is wise indeed.
God tells us there is only one way to get to Heaven.
It is comforting to know we can trust God to keep us safe.
Someone with a soft heart will soak up the Word of God. On the other hand, the Word of God rolls right off someone with a hardened heart.
God is orchestrating beautiful and complex things all around us.
We can believe with certainty Jesus is the Son of God, similar to the way we believe airplanes can fly.
(Word Scamble) Jesus comes to the rescue and performs His first miracle. Kids unscramble key words associated with John 2:1-11.
(Maze) It is amazing; Jesus has raised Lazarus from the dead!
(Word Scramble) Unscramble the words found in the story about the resurrection of Lazarus.
(Word Scramble) We can believe Jesus is the Son of God by the many miracles He performed.
(Cryptogram) Children decode the verse to find out what happens when they pray.
(Word Scramble) Children unscramble words found in the story about the fall of Jericho.
Sharing your faith is not always easy, but remember, Jesus is always there to help.
(Skit for five persons)
If we don't care about those who are lost, who will? (Skit for three persons)
The exodus from Egypt, as told by one family's pets (Skit for two)
(Audio Available) A song about God's perfect gift of salvation for all mankind. Sung to the tune “Up On The Housetop"
(Storybook Available) A young fish finds that sin comes with a high price!
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.