Being used by God for the benefit of others; bearing good fruits (See also serving)
"Anyone can count the number of apple seeds in a apple, but only God can count the number of apples in an apple seed." Robert H. Schuller
This Bible research activity shows us how we can give glory to God by putting Jesus first in our lives.
This activity helps students get a better understanding of the difference between “Head Knowledge” and “Heart Knowledge.”
A person who is not filled with the Holy Spirit is like a deflated balloon: lifeless, limp and not much fun.
The children will participate in an activity concerning the contents of our hearts.
This activity will show that each of us is known by the type of fruit that we produce.
An activity to teach children that God prunes us and cuts things out of our lives so that our lives will produce more fruit for Him.
As luscious pears depend on God to grow, this bulletin board will show how we can have a very fruitful life when we pair up with Jesus.
This noisy and lively game will help the children learn the nine attributes of the Fruit of the Spirit.
A game of cooperation to show how staying connected can be a lot of fun, and how being connected to the Lord is essential for producing good fruit.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand the importance of living a life that shows what they believe. They will be challenged to become doers of the word, not merely hearers.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand how they must depend on God in the same way Jesus depended on His father in Heaven.
This lesson series teaches children the nine fruits of the Holy Spirit and how to apply them to their lives.
A six week series that teaches children how to have a spiritual life that bears good fruit.
The Holy Spirit gives us the strength to obey God.
The children will identify godly people from ungodly people by the type of fruit each group bears.
Real Christians are as different from fake Christians as real flowers are different from artificial ones.
A cool object lesson about how some Christians freeze up when it comes to witnessing.
"The wealth of the wise is their crown, but the folly of fools yields folly." Proverbs 14:24
Are you made with the right stuff? With Jesus, we are the perfect mix.
A simple Object Talk to show that unless we are plugged in or connected to Jesus, we can do nothing.
Followers of Christ are a lot like gardens. We must drink in God's living water each day to remain healthy.
(Crossword) Jesus depended on God, and He asks us to depend on Him and His power as a branch depends on the vine. John 15:4,5
(Word Scramble) Students unscramble the names of the city gates that Nehemiah and his friends repaired.
"I am the vine, you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing" (John 15:5). This verse is written on a Tangram, an ancient baffling puzzle kids can solve.
(Word Fill-in) Children find out what they can become according to Romans 12:1 when they have Godly attitudes.
(Storybook Available) We may have some plans for our lives, but God always has something better planned for us. We need to have faith, be patient, and seek the Will of God