We used this participation object lesson with our Kindergarten Sunday School class when teaching about freedom from Sin. It’s fairly flexible and could fit a variety of lesson plans about children and salvation. Here’s the basic version: Supplies: toilet paper or paper towels Bible Verse: Jesus answered them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who […]
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The Fourth of July is one of my favorite holidays—probably because I come from a military family. Something about seeing the national flag flying high that makes my heart sing! As I get older, I can see how valuable freedom is but there is a greater freedom than the kind our founders and veterans have […]
Bitterness isn’t just for grown-ups. These dangerous seeds can spring up in childhood too and once they grow, it can affect their entire lives. Teach kids about bitterness–what it means, how it affects them and how they can defeat it. Remember, it’s not a teach once and its’ done kind of issue. Revisit and confront […]
Looking for a way to teach children the value of Jesus’ sacrifice? No way this subject is a one-time and your done lesson. Even us grown ups could use the occasional reminder. Jesus has paid the price but it is crucial that we take personal responsibility for our sin. Maybe this Blank Check Object Lesson […]