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
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.
Our jealousy is wrong, but Godís jealousy is holy and just.
Jesus only did what he saw his Father doing. We should only do what Jesus would do. John 5:19
The children will identify multiple purposes of a gate and then discuss why good gates were important to Jerusalem.
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.
The children will think critically about what is required to be a good leader.
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.