A counting and coloring activity that helps children learn their left from their right, while learning that God cares for the creatures He has created.
The children will learn the names of the 12 tribes of Israel.
Through this activity, children will gain an understanding of covenants, while making a keepsake to take home.
An "I Spy" activity based on Israel's search for the "Promised Land"
Children learned how people during the days of Ruth redeemed land and made the transaction legal by removing their shoe.
This activity will be a visual for the children to identify the colors in the rainbow and introduce them to one of God's most memorable covenants.
(Coloring Activity) Children learn the principle of saying yes or no, and what it means to keep their word.
(Connect-the-dots) Children must first connect the dots before they can tell which twin is Jacob and which is Esau in this coloring activity.
Bible craft that helps children remember that God keeps His promises.
The children will create a jigsaw puzzle to remember that God keeps His promises.
The children will jump over objects and learn about God’s promises.
In this lesson, the children will learn about Abraham and how God promises many blessings when you are obedient and trust in Him with all of your heart.
God's promise is mentioned again to Jacob, confirming that the covenant God made to Abraham will stretch for many generations up to the present. In this lesson, children learn that God always keeps His promises and so should we.
This lesson will help children understand the value in keeping promises. They will also learn that to have a godly reputation, they must always tell the truth.
In this lesson, children discover how God continued to bless Abraham by giving him a son. Children also will learn that God’s promises do not always come immediately. Sometimes we must be patient and wait to enjoy His blessings.
In this Sunday school lesson the children learn about the great flood and how God kept Noah and the animals safe and dry.
The children will learn about a special place called the Promised Land.
When we place our faith in God, even the biggest problems crumble.
A godly reputation is only as good as the promises we keep. When we break our promises, we become damaged and untrustworthy.
Children identify the difference between developing godly and ungodly reputations.
As followers of Jesus, we should never break our promises.
(Audio Available) A well known song but with a with a slight twist to get the kids counting for the Lord.
Sung to the tune of “Father Abraham.”
A story about the special events in Abraham's life leading to the birth of his son Isaac (A re-telling of Gen 12:2; 15:4-6; 17:1-8; 18:10-14; 21:1-7)