The method used for Christ's death (crucifixion); An affliction or suffering to bear
"But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us." Romans 5:8
Children make an edible treat which represents the sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross.
As Jesus hung on the cross, He asked His Father to forgive.
A sweet craft to help the kids remember that Jesus loved them so much, He gave up His
life on a cross.
Children make a cross from a palm leaf to help remind them of the sacrifice Jesus made for all of us.
Kids use their throwing skills to earn chances to answer questions about Jesus and the cross.
After completing this lesson, the children have a better understanding of crucifixion and the meaning behind Jesus' death on the cross.
In this Easter lesson, children discover that Jesus loves us so much, He willingly died on the cross for the forgivness of our sins. When we respond to God's call to repent and ask Jesus to forgive our sins, He washes us clean so we may have eternal life with Him in Heaven.
The weight of our own sin is hard for us to bear, but Jesus bore the sins of the world.
(Cross-out) Children cross out certain words in this puzzle to reveal the message of 1 Peter 3:18, that Jesus died for our sins to bring us to God.
"All we like sheep have gone astray," Isaiah 53:6: A cross-shaped puzzle to help the kids memorize.
(Cross-out) As Jesus died on the cross between two criminals, He asked His Father to do something very special for all of us. What He asked is found in Luke 23:24.
(Crossword) A search of the scriptures focusing on the betrayal and crucifixion of Jesus.