Children will learn that God wants us to serve Him wholeheartedly. Children will also learn about different ways in which they can serve the Lord.
Children enjoy a fun activity while learning how to prepare for opposition.
Kids read several situations and decide if the child acted in a boastful or humble way.
Kids complete several scenarios and then determine if their chosen actions would be considered showing justice (fairness), mercy (kindness), or being humble (selflessness).
The children learn to use advice from Philippians to resolve disagreements and live for Christ.
Children learn about humility by imagining Jesus doing something very special.
The children will review Nehemiah’s different character traits and attributes.
Children explore the difference between giving into their fleshly desires and acting out of love with mercy and humility.
This activity will help children remember to serve others in humility, just as Jesus did.
Using the parable about the Tax Collector and the Pharisee, this activity will help show the difference between humility and pride.
In this activity, children will think about who God considers the greatest.
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.
The children will enjoy matching the scriptures as they look them up in God’s Word.
The children will play a game to remind them to show God’s love.
In this game, children learn how easy it is to put themselves first and learn the importance of humility.
After completing this lesson, the children will learn what it means to be humble, in the same way Jesus was humble.
Children learn that it is best to be humble and honor God, rather than be boastful and act selfishly.
After completing this lesson, the children will realize that they need to give the credit, praise, or glory, to whom it is due, especially to God.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand what it means to become submissive and what they can do to practice submission.
After completing this lesson, the children will realize that there are two types of wisdom. In the end they will realize the importance of choosing God’s wisdom.
In this lesson, children learn how God spoke to His people through the prophet Micah. They will also learn what God requires from everyone who belongs to Him: to treat others fairly, to show mercy, and to walk humbly with the Lord.
This lesson will teach children that God wants us to act on what we know is right.
In this lesson, the children learn that Nehemiah let neither opposition nor mockers stand in his way of repairing the walls around Jerusalem.
In this lesson, the children will examine their actions and discover how to shine brighter for Jesus.
In this first of three lessons on the Beatitudes, the children will discover how blessed they can be when they live lives that are spiritually humble according to the words of Jesus.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand that God honors those who are humble.
God is orchestrating beautiful and complex things all around us.
The children will discover how to apply God’s Word through an object talk to prefer others over themselves.
(Word Search) Jesus was humble, and he shows us how to become humble servants with words found in John 13: 1-17
(Word Search) Children search for words found in the story of Nehemiah, who let neither opposition nor mockers stand in his way of rebuilding Jerusalem's walls for God.
(Maze) Pride can easily entangle us if we are not careful.
Part 2: Sofia has a hard time being humble and must turn to God for help.
(A skit for three)
A skit about three boys who realize through a little humility to give credit to whom the credit is due. (A skit for four persons)
Part 1: Sofia, a brilliant young student learns that we all need to be humble, just like Jesus. (A skit for four)
Part 3: Sofia gets out her apology, and also learns a valuable lesson about love.
(A skit for two)
An interactive skit where the children provide an alternate ending to make an angry character respond wisely. (A skit for two)