More than ever, kids need to be bold in their faith. That’s why we’re excited to share the newest curriculum release from The Sunday School Store targeted for your New Year’s Children’s Ministry teaching.
Roar into 2024 🦁 4-Lesson New Year’s Curriculum for Children’s Ministry is all about teaching kids to be bold in their faith. Download the free sample lesson below to see if this material is a good fit for your church.
“Roar into 2024: Being Bold in Our Faith” will help kids begin the new year with bold faith. This 4-week children’s ministry curriculum brings to life the stories of bravery rooted in Christ’s love. Each captivating lesson will deepen Bible understanding and help kids experience a personal relationship with Jesus. Get ready to roar into the new year with strengthened faith!
Target Age Group: Children 6-12 Years Old
Setting: Children’s Church or Sunday School
Big Idea: Because Jesus loves me, I can be fearless!
Memory Verse: 1 Corinthians 16:13
- Week 1: Esther – Brave Enough to Speak Out
- Week 2: Paul – Bold Proclaimer of the Gospel
- Week 3: Ehud – The Unexpected Hero
- Week 4: Stephen – Fearless in the Face of Persecution
Faith is under attack in our world and the next generation must be prepared to stand strong in thief faith in a rapidly changing world. They will increasingly find situations where they feel unsure about expressing their Christian beliefs or standing up for others who are being treated unfairly.
This struggle can make children feel alone or confused, and they may feel pressured to compromise their beliefs. But believers of all ages can be a force of good in a world that’s lost it’s way, but only if we dare to speak about God’s love and the truth of the Gospel.
Our new curriculum, “Roar into 2024: Being Bold in Our Faith,” will equip children with valuable lessons from the Bible about standing firm in faith. Through exploring the stories of Esther, Paul, Ehud, and Stephen, children will learn about boldness, courage, and the unwavering commitment to God that marks a vibrant personal relationship with Jesus.