Although life has many ups and downs, God is always willing and able to help us through the difficult times.
Children unscramble words to complete sentences that describe ways they can care for others. These are then added to a care package.
The children will enjoy helping the less fortunate while they prepare care bags for the homeless.
The children will identify ways to help others with specific needs.
There are many different sources of power in the world today; what is your power source?
Students are challenged to list ways oil is used today, which will help them gain a better understanding of its importance during biblical times.
God's unseen power: what would we do without it?
A very colorful bulletin board to show thanksgiving to God for all the great things He provides.
A craft to show how God provides for those He loves in special ways.
The children will create a summary to recount Joseph of Arimathea’s service to Jesus.
Children create a colorful grain silo to demonstrate the seven good years and seven bad years during the time of Joseph.
Children use yummy treats to prepare a table as it says in Psalm 23:5, "You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies."
A simple yet colorful basket the children can enjoy filling with God’s provisions.
A fun Thanksgiving game for kids that involves patience, teamwork and using the Bible.
A fast-paced game that introduces children to the first miracle performed by Jesus.
Teams compete to see whose missionary will be able to build a church first.
Teams race to be the first Good Shepherds to make their sheep lie down in green pastures. (Psalm 23:2)
After completing this lesson, the children will learn that our focus should not be on ourselves, but rather on God's Kingdom and His righteousness. As God supplies our daily needs, we should express our gratitude with prayers of thanksgiving.
Children will learn how God created an entire nation of people, starting with just the faith and obedience of one man who chose to follow Him.
In this lesson, the kids will learn how God always knows what we need, and will always be there to provide for us.
Children learn that when they do what God asks of them, through obedience, God will watch over them, and take care of all their needs.
Through this lesson, children learn that Jesus is able and willing to supply both our physical and spiritual needs. We need to be careful not to waste the blessings the Lord provides and utilize these gifts to the best of our abilities.
God’s servants are willing to help others even when faced with a tough or challenging circumstance.
Through this lesson children will learn that we must always realize from whom our blessings flow, and place our hope solely on God. We should enjoy the blessings God provides, but not pursue them for their own sakes.
In this lesson, children learn that the Lord cares about all of our needs, however seemingly insignificant, when He turns the ordinary into the exceptional for His glory.
Using the proper tools empowers us both physically and spiritually.
This Object talk shows how God provides for all people, wealthy or poor.
God's blessings empower us to live our lives to the fullest.
(Word Search) Jesus tells us not to worry about our lives and to consider how God feeds the birds and dresses the lilies. (Matthew 6:25-34)
(Word Scamble) Jesus comes to the rescue and performs His first miracle. Kids unscramble key words associated with John 2:1-11.
(Word Fill-in) The children will use their bibles to discover a secret message about helping others.
A mini skit that introduces the children to Nehemiah's mission from God. (Skit for two.)
The story of the prophet Elijah during the time of severe drought while an unfaithful king ruled in the Northern Kingdom. Shows how God can provide in miraculous ways. 1 Kings 17:1-16 (Skit for five)
A simple song to help children remember from whom our blessings flow.