Introduction How can you tell someone is strong? (take answers) Good thoughts? If I could do 10 push ups would I be strong? 20? 30? 40 pushups? I don’t think I could do that many!! Well I am not super strong, but today we are going to talk about God being strong. But I have question… How […]
I’d like to start this lesson with a joke: A four-year-old spilled his cola on the rug and wanted to clean up the mess himself. So his mother told him that the mop was just outside the back door. Quickly, he ran to the door, but realized that it had become dark outside. Suddenly scared, […]
Every wonder how some teachers seem to always keep their class engaged? It seems that no matter what they teach their kids are listening and enjoying the lesson! Meanwhile, the rest of us teachers are sitting there thinking, we basically told the same story and yet, we didn’t have nearly the excitement or engagement level […]
Introduction / Activity: Today we are going to talk about a story that many of you already know. The story of Adam and Eve. So I want your help in telling the story. Who brought their Bibles? If you have your Bible find Genesis chapter 1, it’s at the very beginning of your Bible. Here’s what […]
FREE 2-WEEK CURRICULUM ON FAITH, INCLUDES THIS OBJECT LESSON! Download the complete lesson plan including activities and songs here. It’s part of a fun 2-week curriculum called Walls and Waves. Faith: it’s invisible. So how do we explain it? In trying to teach Sunday School I’m always looking for new and fresh ways to […]
Here's an easy object lesson (that will have the kids guessing how you did it) to add some fun to your Sunday School lesson on the Woman at the Well.
Introduction How many of you study History in school? How many of you have use a History book? Did you know that we study History at church too? When we talk about stories from the Bible we are talking about real events that happened to real people who live a long time ago. We […]
This is a bit of an unconventional lesson that I decided would be ripe for an object lesson. As much as I tried to think of ways to make this interesting for kids to hear I couldn’t get past the obvious object lesson of having two types of dough, leavened and unleavened. I realize that […]