Bible Coloring Pages for Kids

Enjoy over 450 free Bible coloring pages. Use the download links to print in PDF format or purchase a Bible coloring book bundle. This page lists our free, downloadable Bible coloring pages that can be used for Christian children’s ministry, including Sunday School and homeschooling. The coloring pages depict stories and themes from the Bible, making them an excellent resource for parents and educators to introduce children to the Bible in a fun and engaging way. There

Bible Verse about Parents and Child

God’s Word says a lot about parenting – how children and parents should related to one another in respect and love. This helpful list of Bible verses about parenting explain the duty of parenting, child instruction, mothers and fathers. These scriptures will encourage and guide you! Helpful Bible Verses about Parent and Child Bible Verses about Children’s Duty to Obey Parents Ephesians 6:1-4 // children duty to obey parents verse Children, obey your parents in the Lord,

Bible Verses about Children – What Jesus Said about the blessing of kids, protecting children, and Gods teaching about children in the Scripture

God’s Word says a lot in these Bible verses about children. Kids matter to Jesus – the Bible says it loud & clear. Get this list of short bible verses in a printable PDF or scroll down to see even more. Reference links to comparison translations. See more Bible verses about children from Let the Little Children Come. Their page features scripture about children in 6 translations and each verse comes with 2 downloadable wallpapers. 1 for

Hannah Coloring Page

Use this coloring page when teaching about the story of Hannah, the mother of the prophet Samuel. The Bible stories about Hannah highlight her persistent prayer for a child which God granted. This is another illustration in our Bible Heroes Coloring Book. This line art illustration shows Hannah in prayer with tears on her face. Download the PDF coloring page below or click on the large image to directly print the JPEG image. This coloring page features

Free Sunday School Curriculum & Lessons for Kids

Download this week’s 100% free Sunday School lesson or find your next Sunday School curriculum series—printable Bible study lessons and activities in Children’s Ministry. Search 🔎 All Free Resources Sunday School Lesson This Week This week, the featured Showing Compassion: Mark 6:30-44, 53-56 Sunday School Lesson. Don’t miss the craft ideas and children’s sermon about this Bible story. Printable Sunday School Curriculum & Lessons for Kids Search Sunday School Curriculum by Scripture, Bible Story, Teaching Topic, or

2023 Black Friday Children’s Ministry Curriculum Deal

The Sunday School Store is offering a Black Friday deal on their Children’s Ministry Curriculum Bundle. This bundle includes over 4 years’ worth of teaching material, covering topics such as New Year’s, Love Like Jesus, Walking with the Waymaker, and more. This Black Friday Bundle Deal is available for digital download and includes 4,030 PDF pages of teaching material. The price is $97 and is only available for a limited time. The deal goes live at noon

Camel through the Eye of a Needle: Coloring Page, Worksheet, and Memory Verse Poster

Here are some supporting materials we’ve created for our new lesson this week. We are teaching on Jesus’ encounters with a rich young man and how no person can earn their way into heaven. This passage is found in Matthew 19:16-26, Mark 10:17-27, Luke 18:18-27. Then said Jesus unto his disciples, Verily I say unto you, That a rich man shall hardly enter into the kingdom of heaven. And again I say unto you, It is easier

Jesus and the Rich Young Ruler Mark 10:17-31 Children’s Sermon Lesson

What would you give up? This children’s message focuses on the story of Jesus and the rich young ruler, who thought he could earn himself salvation but missed out on the most important asset available, Christ! This message challenges kids to consider how we can become distracted by wealth or “stuff”, and forget about the most important things in life. Law/Gospel Theme: Many times, when we look at this passage, we focus on the wealth element, emphasizing

Providing Family for Those who have None… Christian Responsibility to Widows and Orphans

  Sometimes they’re awkward. At times we just plain can’t stand them, but everyone has one somewhere along the line and there’s no getting around it…it’s our families. God established the unit of the family at the dawn of creation, and it’s clear that he values relationships and does not want us to go it alone.  The Lord God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.”  -Genesis

Children’s Sermon: Lord of Creation and Lord of My Life

Purpose: Use this children’s sermon on creation to teach kids that God has the authority over what He has made. Scripture: Genesis 1:1, Psalm 139:13 Needed: something you’ve made Children’s Sermon Show students your creation. Ask, Do you know who made this? I made it! (Briefly describe how you made it.) If I was the one making it, who do you think got to decide how it should be? I did! I decided how it should (look,

Children’s Sermon: Made with Love

Purpose: Use this children’s sermon on creation to teach kids that God made us because He loves us. Scripture: Genesis 1:1, Psalm 139:13 Needed: something you’ve made Children’s Sermon Ask students, Have you ever made something? What did you make? Why did you make it? (Show your creation. Explain that you made it because you wanted to.) So, you’ve made things and I’ve made things. Did you know that God also made things? What kinds of things

Children’s Sermon: The Creation of Adam and Us!

Purpose: Use this Adam and Eve Sunday children’s sermon to reveal to kids the awesome power of our loving God. Scripture: Psalm 139:13 Needed: Dirt Children’s Sermon Ask students, If you wanted to make a person, how would you do it? Can you make a person? A real person? When God wanted to make a person, He took some dirt (pick dirt up in your hand), He made it into the shape of a man, and then

Children’s Sermon: “It’s For Your Own Good!” – Fifth Commandment

Purpose: Use this children’s sermon about the fifth of the Ten Commandments to teach kids that God gave us our parents to help us enjoy His blessings. Scripture: Exodus 20:12 Needed: a list of rules your parents gave you as a child (it’s okay if some of them seem outdated or old-fashioned as it will only add to the amusement of your message without detracting from the meaning) Children’s Sermon Show your students the list of rules

Children’s Sermon: Saved for a Purpose – The Birth of Moses

Purpose: Use this children’s sermon about the birth of Moses to help kids think about the purpose God has for them. Scripture: Exodus 1:22-2:10 Needed: something that might have been thrown away or something that’s been recycled, such as an item you picked up from a thrift store or a garage sale, or some reclaimed material that you’re using for a new purpose, or even a pet you rescued as a stray or from an animal shelter

Children’s Sermon: Saved to Save – Pointing Others to Jesus

Purpose: Use this children’s sermon on the life of Moses to show kids how he points to Jesus. Scripture: Exodus 1:22-2:10 Needed: two things that are the same but different sizes, such as two screwdrivers or wrenches, two pots, two glasses, etc. Children’s Sermon Show the children the smaller of your two objects. Tell them a story about how you were using the smaller object very successfully for one task, but it isn’t large enough for your

Children’s Sermon: Abraham’s Impossible Faith

Purpose: Use this children’s sermon on Abraham’s faith to teach kids how to have a right relationship with God. Scripture: Genesis 15:1-6 Needed: picture of an elderly man and woman Children’s Sermon Ask students, How many of you have grandmothers? When is your grandmother going to have her next baby? Grandmothers don’t usually have babies, do they? Their bodies are all done having children. Some women’s bodies can never have children. NEW 📖 52-Week Bible Curriculum FREE

Lesson: The Lord’s Prayer (part 1)

Use this children’s Sunday School lesson to teach children the meaning of the Lord’s Prayer. Needed: Telephone, Bibles, various objects Intro Game: Finding the Difference  Name three items that you can see. Two of them should be the same in a certain way (color, shape, material, etc.) and one should be different in that same way. The first student who calls out the difference gets to name the next three objects. Play as long as time permits.

Lesson: God Gives Moses’ Mom a Great Idea

How can we listen for God’s direction in our lives? Includes a teaching guide, class activity, game, and craft. Needed: volunteer to play Miriam (you can be Miriam if you want), baby doll, basket, paper to make journals, crayons or colored pencils Intro Activity: Brainstorm Tell students that you want their help to create a new product or solve a problem. First, ask them what product they want to design or what problem they want to solve.

Deborah Coloring Page

Teach about Deborah, the Judge of Israel with this coloring page. “Deborah” is another sheet in our new Bible Heroes Coloring Book. This line art illustration shows the Deborah seated on a thrown. It features the name “Deborah” in block letters and a scripture reference. Download the PDF coloring page below or click on the large image to directly print the JPEG image. About this Coloring Page This is the second coloring sheet in our Bible Heroes series.

When Families Skip Church…

So last week’s post, STOP SHAMING BUSY PARENTS, got some mixed reactions. I think it’s a helpful conversation and a good time to rethink how our shares on Facebook might affect people who are struggling. Let’s all agree to the following… 1. Kids attending church is a good thing (excluding illness etc.) I don’t see any argument here – especially from the children’s ministry leaders. Under normal circumstances, 2. Parents are responsible to God for the spiritual

Devotion: In the Waiting Room (Isaiah 40:30-31)

What is your general waiting room attitude? It is sometimes interesting to sit and observe behavior in an office waiting area. Of course, a lot depends on the office and what it is we await, but in some ways there are seasons of life that mirror the mentality of waiting. We might be anxious, bored, rushed, or indifferent, but in waiting periods our best (and truly only) approach is to relax, accept, and do what we can.

Born Again Birthday Party Object Lesson (John 3:3-5)

Being born again is central to our Christian faith although it is a concept that is difficult for some to understand. The born again birthday party object lesson will help you teach kids the importance of this event.  I relied on these verses to inspire me. You could use them too! Jesus replied, “Very truly I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God unless they are born again.” (John 3:3) “How can someone be

Lesson: A Christian Mother's Example

Mothers are uniquely gifted by God to nurture and teach others, so we have much to learn from them! This Mother’s Day lesson will help children understand that God uses mothers to help us grow in our faith. By looking at mothers around them AND three amazing mothers from the bible, children will be able to identify the positive attributes of a mother’s influence. In addition, a special craft will be created by each child to present

Lesson: Martin Luther and what he did for the church ( Ephesians 2:8-9)

Why don’t we conduct our church services in Latin and pretend to buy our way into Heaven and pray to saints and call ourselves Catholic? As Protestants of any denomination (or even as Catholics!), we owe a lot to Martin Luther and his daring acts of reform. We often do not take the time to study much of our founding fathers (and mothers) of faith, but examining church history can educate, encourage, and inspire our efforts as