An insightful activity that teaches children an important Spiritual Truth.
The children will perform an activity to learn how to defend the innocent.
Changing the rules may sound like fun at first, but consequences follow.
The children will create a self-portrait while considering how to stand up for what’s right.
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.
The children will identify types of leaders and the traits associated with each role.
The children will think critically about what is required to be a good leader.
A whimsical yet truthful picture of how Jesus is the most important leader all of us should follow.
Children make a paper crown that displays the characteristics of a godly leader.
The children will make a craft that will remind them to be merciful.
Similar to the classic game "Follow the Leader" but a bit more challenging.
The children will learn that leaders must be involved to successfully guide others.
A mind challenging funny game to see how people easily follow what others do.
The children will find matches that relate to protection.
This lesson illustrates the importance of waiting on God's timing and the consequences of not trusting God to provide for our needs.
After completing this lesson, children will understand that God looks at our inner being, our soul, and sees not only how we act in public, but our inner thoughts and private actions as well. Students learn that God liked what He saw in the heart of a young man named David and selected him to be a king.
This lesson will teach children that God wants us to act on what we know is right.
God’s helpers are willing to stand up for others.
In this lesson,the children will see the Israelites’ hearts transform when they repent and change their ways. Your students will identify their own sins as well as how to reject sin in their lives.
Through this lesson, children will learn that God does not want us to be influenced by the world, but rather we are here to live lives that will make a difference for the glory of God.
In this lesson, children learn that rulers make good and bad decisions, yet God is always in control.
(Word Scramble) Students unscramble the names of the city gates that Nehemiah and his friends repaired.
Students unscramble words that name seven of the kings and queens found in the Bible.