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 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.
The children will learn the reverence in giving God praise and thanks.
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.
This activity helps students get a better understanding of the difference between “Head Knowledge” and “Heart Knowledge.”
Children play a matching game that deals with the subject of healing and find that the Lord is our ultimate healer.
This activity helps children focus on connecting with God’s heart.
God's Word tells us to remember to do good, to share what we have, and to look after the needs of others.
While searching for different attributes of jealousy, children learn why God's jealousy is righteous but ours is not.
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.
An activity that challenges students to cut out the distractions that can come with celebrating the holidays and focus on Jesus and make celebrating Him the priority!
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.