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
The children will identify ways to help others with specific needs using common everyday objects.
The children will identify true and false statements regarding salvation.
A quick search through the Bible to match up verses about God's peace and protection with their correct scripture reference.
The children learn the importance of self-reflection and its purpose in repentance.
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.
The children learn that out of hundreds of thousands of people they can shine and stand out for Jesus.
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.
The children will create a self-portrait while considering how to stand up for what’s right.
The children will practice identifying ungodly directives and acting on their faith.
A lesson on doing what's right, even if no one else will.
Through these exercises, children learn the importance of living according to God's standards, even if it means that we will live like foreigners in this world.
In this fun activity students will use star clues to find a special treasure that reminds them to seek Jesus daily.
The children will participate in an activity to teach them about God’s mercy.
A fun way to memorize Bible verses using sticky notes.
Children learn that it is better to show others love, rather than stir up conflict.
God's Word gives us a strong foundation to defeat all foes.
This activity helps children understand how easy it is to complain and how they can avoid it.
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.
Students are challenged to list ways oil is used today, which will help them gain a better understanding of its importance during biblical times.
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.
The children will learn how God uses each person in unique ways for His purpose.
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.
Children will think on what it means to live.
Sometimes it can be hard to know who our true friends are. Thankfully, the Bible gives us some guidelines.