An activity in overcoming life's obstacles.
God answers our prayers without speaking. Can we communicate with each other without speaking?
The children will create a comic style summary of a Bible story about Pentecost.
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.
A person who is not filled with the Holy Spirit is like a deflated balloon: lifeless, limp and not much fun.
The children will participate in an activity concerning the contents of our hearts.
What would you say to someone who wants you to join him or her in doing the wrong thing?
This activity will show that each of us is known by the type of fruit that we produce.
There are many different sources of power in the world today; what is your power source?
The children learn the importance of self-reflection and its purpose in repentance.
The children will wrap special gifts to discover the Spirit’s presence.
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 learn that spiritual strength is given by the Holy Spirit.
The children will practice teaching their peers a learned skill.
The children will choose words that reflect having the mind of Christ.
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.
The children will fill their “hearts” with the Spirit.
The children create a craft to learn about the Holy Spirit’s coming at Pentecost.
The children will race to dress as superheroes while carrying a Bible.
Children have fun trying to duplicate a pattern of blocks hearing only verbal commands. The unseen Holy Spirit guides us in truth, if only we listen.
The children will turn clothing items inside-out while learning to obey the Holy Spirit.
Can you recognize the voice of God? A fun game to see how well you can listen for the master's voice and know the Will of God.
This noisy and lively game will help the children learn the nine attributes of the Fruit of the Spirit.
A game of fashion, speed, and spiritual renewal.
The children will race to separate true and false statements regarding the Promised Helper.
A game that shows how we can have confidence that God is talking to us through His Scriptures.
God is Abba and He desires a close relationship with us.
This lesson series teaches children the nine fruits of the Holy Spirit and how to apply them to their lives.
A five week lesson series on the Holy Spirit.
This lesson teaches children that the Holy Spirit helps us live like Christ.
The promised Holy Spirit came at Pentecost.
The Holy Spirit gives us the strength to obey God.
The Holy Spirit lives in us when we become believers.
The Holy Spirit teaches us about God and how to live a holy life.
After completing this Sunday school lesson, the children will learn that that the Bible is the inspired Word of God.
Children will discover that by listening carefully, they can hear the voice of God through the Holy Spirit.
After completing this lesson, the children will learn that we can obey Jesus, because He gives us the Holy Spirit to help us recognize the truth.
After completing this lesson, the children will have a better understanding of the three persons of God, the Trinity, and specifically the third person of God, the Holy Spirit (or the Holy Ghost).
The Holy Spirit can reach our heart no matter how much we may have sinned.
The children will identify godly people from ungodly people by the type of fruit each group bears.
Children will have fun learning about the phrase “180” and how it applies to our relationship with God.
Using the proper tools empowers us both physically and spiritually.
We should have a burning passion to let others see Jesus alive in us, but sometimes we need to fan the flame.
This Object Talk demonstrates the power of God's forgiveness of our sins through Christ, and how the Holy Spirit can melt away the barriers that keeps us from Him.
With the power of the Holy Spirit, we can do great things for the kingdom of God, but without it we are powerless.
The world around us may be polluted, but God gives us the means to remove these impurities.
The power of the Holy Spirit is an everlasting gift that never runs out.
When God is with us, who can be against us?
When we have faith and follow the Holy Spirit, we will soar as high as a kite for God.
No matter how much we have sinned, Jesus can wash all our sins away.
If we listen carefully we can hear God's small still voice in a big way.
(Word Search) The children will complete a word search that teaches about Jesus’ promised helper.
(Word Scramble) The children will unscramble the words pertaining to Pentecost found in Acts 2.
(Crossword) The children will complete a puzzle to learn about the Holy Spirit.