Christian Bible activities help keep the kids interested as they learn and grow spiritually. Activities are great for Sunday school, children's church, Bible camp, and VBS. More information
An activity in overcoming life's obstacles.
God answers our prayers without speaking. Can we communicate with each other without speaking?
In life we prepare for many things. The most important thing we can prepare for is to meet Jesus!
Children will learn that God wants us to serve Him wholeheartedly. Children will also learn about different ways in which they can serve the Lord.
Although life has many ups and downs, God is always willing and able to help us through the difficult times.
Children will toss popcorn from different distances to see that the closer they are to God, the stronger their relationship can be with Him.
More than an activity, here's a tool that will help children investigate the Word of God.
Help your lesson or story come alive with a beautiful wall tapestry.
An activity to demonstrate how friends can affect the way we behave.
Kids read several situations and decide if the child acted in a boastful or humble way.
Children learn to appreciate some of the customs practiced during the time of Jesus by participating in a Passover feast.
An activity to demonstrate the depth of desire that we should have for God.
This activity shows the children a visual effect of broken promises.
As children bring their offerings to class, they will earn pieces of a puzzle that when completed will be a large picture of a church building.
This activity uses our "Bursting For a Verse" teaching aid to assign various verses for the children to look up to learn about blessings from God.
Children unscramble words to complete sentences that describe ways they can care for others. These are then added to a care package.
In everyday life, children are faced with situations where they must choose to persevere.
From three short Bible stories, children discover what is special about living in a Christian family.
What is impossible with man is possible with God.” Luke 18:27b
Bible reading is good for the soul.
A community outreach program will benefit the community, students and church as a whole.
Children compare some of the facts surrounding their birth with those of John the Baptist and discover how they are both children of God.
When we are scared, we should call out to our Heavenly Father.
(Coloring Page) David cuts of a piece of Saul's robe, but to honor God he did not harm the king. (1Samuel 24:11)
The devil does his best to make us turn from Jesus. This activity shows how easily
we can be distracted.
Bad company corrupts good character, so choose your friends wisely
Temptations are hard to resist. Are the kids up to the test, or will they give in like Adam and Eve?
In this review activity, children scramble to uncover key words from the Bible story.
This activity demonstrates children's ability to believe in things they have not seen, to show how they can believe in an unseen God.
This activity helps the kids understand how much control they have over certain areas of their life.
In this activity, children learn to distinguish between good and bad excuses.
Children become eye witnesses to review the events that take place in the Bible story.
Children will discover how God became flesh in the person of Jesus Christ, so He could show us the way to salvation.
(Coloring Page) Jesus called Peter and Andrew saying, "Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men."
At home, school, or church, we must remember to follow Jesus.
Following the rules is very important. We must be careful. Sometimes we overlook the obvious.
This Bible research activity teaches us how we can faithfully follow God even through difficult times.
This Bible research activity shows us how we can give glory to God by putting Jesus first in our lives.
Children will look up verses describing various kinds of sin, and will remove those sins taped all over a volunteer.
Kids discover how much influence their friends have on their lives.
Children learn about God's protection by putting on the full armor of God.
Giggles fill the room as children learn an important principle
An activity about showing forgiveness to others, as a true act of Godly love.
Children identify areas in their lives that they need to give up, so they can offer themselves to God as living sacrifices.
It is important to give generously, but it is also important to receive with thanksgiving in your heart. This activity will help kids learn both.
A fun challenge that reveals God's omniscience.
Kids complete several scenarios and then determine if their chosen actions would be considered showing justice (fairness), mercy (kindness), or being humble (selflessness).
Wisdom is like a precious coin. Look for it as you would a hidden treasure.
(Coloring Page) Jesus wants us to love our neighbors as ourselves. (Luke 10:25-37)
This scripture-matching activity will introduce the children to some very important mothers found in the Bible. A great activity for Mother's Day.
One child draws an object only from verbal instructions given by another child. This activity shows how reading and studying the Bible can help us understand the Will of God.
God's Word tells us to remember to do good, to share what we have, and to look after the needs of others.
Children will place events in chronological order based on when they occurred in the Bible.
Children put the Biblical events about Joseph and his angry, jealous brothers in chronological order.
A person who is not filled with the Holy Spirit is like a deflated balloon: lifeless, limp and not much fun.
Kids examine different chores to learn about the benefits of patience and perseverance.
Children are tempted by many things. This little quiz will give the kids an idea of how well they can resist some everyday temptations.
When something goes well, how do you feel? Who do you tell? What do you say to God? How about when something goes wrong?
When we pray, God does not want us to be like human robots.
A feel good activity enabling children to accept themselves and others as they are.
In this activity, children will list ways in which they will follow God and then discuss why it is important to remain spiritually active.
Kids will make a daily reminder to help them know the Lord is worthy of praise.
Changing the rules may sound like fun at first, but consequences follow.
Children learn about humility by imagining Jesus doing something very special.
What was it like to be aboard the ark? Let’s ask Noah!
How does a child's life today compare to when Jesus was born? This activity helps kids relate to Jesus.
(Coloring Page) King David leaping and dancing before the Lord wearing an ephod to celebrate the return of the ark of the covenant. (2 Samuel 6:14-16)
A challenging activity illustrating the consequences of laziness.
Children find joy in encouraging others.
I delight in your commands because I love them.
An activity to show how we use the word LOVE in many different ways. Some have much more meaning than others.
(Coloring page) A Christmas scene of Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus lying in a manger. (Luke 2:12)
Experience the wonder and awe of God's creation.
A great exercise that helps personalize God's message to us.
What would you say to someone who wants you to join him or her in doing the wrong thing?
People try to fill the empty spot in their hearts with many things.
Is it better to give or to receive? Generosity is a great attitude to have.
Man looks at the outward appearance, while God looks at the heart.
This activity will show that each of us is known by the type of fruit that we produce.
Children learn about the "Prayer of Faith," and then develop their own prayer for the appropriate time.
Walking the narrow road may not be easy, but the reward is worth it. It leads to eternal life with Jesus.
Living things come in many forms. People, animals, fish, trees and flowers are all different. How this happened is no puzzle, God created everything.
Kids write in their names to show that they are members of a number one team—Team Jesus.
Children use colors and words to demonstrate the awareness of sin within their lives.
God created people who are different, but all are special in His eyes. A lesson on self-worth and love.
Children practice patience techniques and are rewarded for their skills.
(Coloring Page) Paul's friends help him escape harm by lowering him from the city wall in a basket. (Acts 9:25)
There are many different sources of power in the world today; what is your power source?
Kids have fun exchanging Dog Tags and praying for others.
This activity teaches kids that we should show kindness to everyone in the world.
Children learn the importance of communicating with God on a regular basis.
(Coloring Activity) Kids color a Roman soldier wearing the different pieces of armor, then match the items to the descriptions found in Ephesians 6:11-17.
Children explore the difference between giving into their fleshly desires and acting out of love with mercy and humility.
A quick search through the Bible to match up verses about God's peace and protection with their correct scripture reference.
Kids will discover and share the importance of God's Word by producing and recording a radio commercial announcement.
(Coloring Activity) Children use their coloring skills while showing how they can use the different parts of their bodies to serve God.
This activity will help children remember to serve others in humility, just as Jesus did.
Children visit the great outdoors to visualize the size of Noah’s ark.
Kids discover that even little white lies can snowball into an avalanche.
Worrying tears away at being able to enjoy the many pleasures life brings.
A guided tour to find Spiritual Gifts and how they build up the Body of Christ, the Church.
Anticipation of meeting Jesus should inspire us to live our lives for Him.
Kids match the names of Spiritual Gifts with different activities shown in pictures.
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.
A lesson on doing what's right, even if no one else will.
Children learn that it is better to show others love, rather than stir up conflict.
In this activity, children will feel the freedom to give their sin to Jesus and turn from their old ways.
How easy is it to do something you know is wrong, especially when the temptation is so great? Four short stories to test the kids' temptation resistance.
How well do the children know the Ten Commandments? This little quiz will be enlightening.
It is always important to thank those who have helped us.
Children identify with John the Baptist, the disciples, and many others who gave up everything to serve Christ.
God doesn't want us to be terrified of Him, but to respect and honor Him.
(Coloring Page) Fishing on their own strength, the fishermen came up empty handed; nevertheless, the harvest Jesus provided was so great that it began to sink the boats. (Luke 5:1-11)
Using the parable about the Tax Collector and the Pharisee, this activity will help show the difference between humility and pride.
Kids will enjoy memorizing this beautiful and meaningful Psalm with these handy picture cards.
Many things in our life change significantly over time, but Jesus never changes. He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow.
An activities chart will help each child see how he or she might spend a whole Saturday. After having fun completing the charts, the kids will be able to see how much time they leave for God.
Sometimes it can be hard to know who our true friends are. Thankfully, the Bible gives us some guidelines.
God's unseen power: what would we do without it?
Many verses in the Bible can help people with a particular problem or fear in their lives. Kids will decide which verse is best suited for six different situations.
God's Word empowers us to live for Jesus each and every day.
This activity will compare warning signs the children see everyday with warnings found in the Bible. Warning signs we see help us be safe, but warning signs from God help us in many more ways.
Search through the Bible to discover why God pours out his wrath on some.
An activity to show that we hear many things with our ears, but we can also hear the voice of God when we listen with our hearts.
We place our trust in many different things, but do we place our trust where it matters most?
Choose the right word from the clue to fill in the first four verses from the Beatitudes found in Matthew 5:3-6.
Choose the right word from the clue to fill in the second part of the Beatitudes found in Matthew 5:7-10
Children reflect on things they look forward to while learning that their greatest encouragement comes from Jesus.
God empowers us to live for Jesus each and every day.
Jesus only did what he saw his Father doing. We should only do what Jesus would do. John 5:19
Randy's week is full of choices. He wants to be honest and live a Godly life. The kids describe in their own words what Randy should do to be an honest person.
Children rank good deeds for getting to Heaven, only to learn that Heaven is a gift, and cannot be earned.
Kids read several situations and decide how the character's motivation will affect the outcome of the story .
What may be impossible for one person to do is possible when believers give together. This activity shows the importance of teamwork.
Only God our Creator knows every special thing about us, great or small.
Who gets the glory when things go well, you or God?
Children search for letters to decipher the answer to the question, "Who hid the spies?"
In this activity, children will think about who God considers the greatest.
After taking balled-up pieces of paper and pretending to stone a sinner, the children will compare judging others to having sin in their own lives.
This activity will create a visual picture of what is in our heart. It will allow God to reveal to us His love for all people.
God is awesome and worthy of our praise for many reasons. Kids can match these reasons with pictures of similar objects.
Kids try to identify wise sayings from the Bible and from secular sources.
Children will use current events to see the presence of worldliness and godliness in our daily lives.
The world can be a lonely place; wouldn't it be nice if each of us cared for one another?