The children will learn what they must do in order to obey God.
The children will reassemble objects to learn that Jesus holds everything together.
The children will discover a similarity between magnetism and believing in Jesus Christ.
This activity will show that each of us is known by the type of fruit that we produce.
The children will create a story to help others learn about God.
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 the importance of being a reliable team member.
The children will choose words that reflect having the mind of Christ.
The children will identify qualities of the “new self” verses those of the “old self.”
The children will have fun playing a game of tic tac toe where they get multiple chances to try to win.
The children will identify types of leaders and the traits associated with each role.
Children grow fast, and they need to grow in the knowledge of the Lord. Kids will participate in making this bulletin board look like a real tree.
As luscious pears depend on God to grow, this bulletin board will show how we can have a very fruitful life when we pair up with Jesus.
We live in a world filled with many weeds, but we are children of God. Therefore, let us rise high and live for Jesus.
Living for Jesus means we will have a life full of blessings. These blessings will help us grow, and be happy, like flowers during a spring rain.
The children will race to stack cups and put Jesus first!
The children will learn that leaders must be involved to successfully guide others.
The children will practice identifying negative actions that do not obey God’s word.
This noisy and lively game will help the children learn the nine attributes of the Fruit of the Spirit.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand the importance of living a life that shows what they believe. They will be challenged to become doers of the word, not merely hearers.
After completing this lesson, the children will be challenged to persevere, no matter what activity they are doing, because they will become mature and complete, not lacking anything.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand how they must depend on God in the same way Jesus depended on His father in Heaven.
After completing this lesson, the children will see how God can use them to do big things for Him.
Through this lesson children will learn that difficulties, although not pleasant, help us grow and mature in our walk with Jesus. Jesus is there, lovingly helping us through these times of refinement.
Choosing to obey God leads to Christian maturity.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand that the Holy Spirit has nine traits that He wants to bring forth in us.
Our faith grows as we serve the Lord.
Thinking about spiritual things, and putting Jesus first, is a sign of Christian maturity.
This fourth lesson in this series focuses on the sower's seeds that fall on good soil. The children will discover how the wonderful the Word of God helps us grow spiritually and gives us everlasting life with Jesus.
A three lesson series that allows children to discover how to live lives that are spiritually blessed.
In this lesson, children will learn that apart from Jesus, we have no life, and when we are living for Jesus we can bear much fruit.
Are you made with the right stuff? With Jesus, we are the perfect mix.
Just as it takes the right environment to grow a beautiful flower, it also takes the right environment for us to grow spiritually.
God will never have us face temptations or difficulties beyond what we can bear, but going through these will help make us stronger, more mature Christians.
When we have faith and follow the Holy Spirit, we will soar as high as a kite for God.
Followers of Christ are a lot like gardens. We must drink in God's living water each day to remain healthy.
(Cross-out) Children cross out words that are the names of animals, colors, and numbers to reveal the encouraging message of 2 Peter 1:3
(Crossword) Jesus depended on God, and He asks us to depend on Him and His power as a branch depends on the vine. John 15:4,5
"I am the vine, you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing" (John 15:5). This verse is written on a Tangram, an ancient baffling puzzle kids can solve.
(Word Fill-in) Children find out what they can become according to Romans 12:1 when they have Godly attitudes.