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Being a trustworthy and responsible child of God (See also dependability)

"Pay careful attention to your own work, for then you will get the satisfaction of a job well done, and you won’t need to compare yourself to anyone else. For we are each responsible for our own conduct." Galataians 6:4-5 NLT



In this activity, children learn to distinguish between good and bad excuses.


Spit Out Jonah

Kids create a fun beach scene that includes a whale spiting out Jonah and a few other things.


Throw Out Your Excuses

How do we show our lazy side? In this game, excuses for being lazy can have consequences.


Facing Responsibility

After completing this lesson, children will learn what it means to be responsible and how being responsible honors our Lord.

God's Big Plans For You

After completing this lesson, the children will see how God can use them to do big things for Him.


Children will learn that having self-control means to follow the Will of our Lord, instead of giving into the temptations of this world.

Take God at His Word (Jonah)

After completing this lesson, the children will understand why it is important to take God at His Word and do what He says, instead of coming up with excuses.

The Garden of Eden

To give children an understanding of how beautiful the world is and the wonder and majesty of God's creation.

The Way of the Sluggard

In this lesson from Proverbs, the children learn that being lazy or neglecting responsibility has no rewards. They will discover how the Bible also exposes common excuses. The warnings are clear; no one escapes the consequences of laziness.

Object Talks

Well Balanced Life

An engaging example of the importance of having a balanced life.


Nehemiah's Jerusalem

(Word Scramble) Students unscramble the names of the city gates that Nehemiah and his friends repaired.


Mini Skits on Responsibility

Short skits to help children learn about the different ways they can show responsibility. (Skits for five teams of two)