Are your kids "tweeting"? If so, then you can put their Twitter knowledge to use in a fun teaching situation. Even if they don't know how to tweet yet, this micro-blogging, social networking site is great inspiration for … Read More
The following lesson was adapted for a small group of children age 5-10. The students discover that Zechariah and Elizabeth were righteous and blameless before God in a time that God had been silent for 400 years. … Read More
Click on the preview image to download this free worksheet for kids based on the Fruit of the Spirit. Page one of the download is the handout, page two is an answer key for leaders.
"But the fruit of the Spirit is love, … Read More
You walk to the door carrying your most treasured possession--your child. You’ve decided to give the nursery a try. You want your little one to receive ministry at his level and you can’t wait to soak in the church … Read More
How many times have you been reading through the Bible and completely skipped over Genesis 5, where the descendants of Adam are listed? I'm sure if you're anything like me, it's quite a few. For some reason, I just … Read More
Summertime means warm weather and wearing flip flops! These inexpensive shoes are colorful and could help you share exciting bible stories. If you have some extra flip flops, decorate your classroom using this casual … Read More