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I'm a husband, a dad, and a Sunday School teacher. I am dedicated to teaching the Bible to kids in crazy interesting ways.

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From the Blog

10 Tricks for Teaching One-Room Sunday School Classes That Your Kids Will Love

Although many churches divide students by age, one-room Sunday School classes are the only option for churches with few children and even fewer teachers. However, grouping children of different ages together can actually be beneficial and fun! You might ask, “But how can I keep a 5th grade boy entertained without leaving the kindergartners in...

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This one trick is all you need to explain the power of Psalm 23 to your Sunday School kids

Raise your hand if you memorized Psalm 23 during your growing up years. Go ahead, do it, raise your hand. Unless you are in class or some super public setting…you are excused. Ok, now you can put them down. Psalm 23 is prolific for many of us. In fact, it’s probably as familiar as John...

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Why your Bible stories are a snooze fest and what to do about them

Have you ever been right in the middle of a fascinating lesson only to look up and find the girls braiding each others’ hair and the boys running around the room playing tag? No? Just me? Well, than maybe you know someone this has happened to! Either way I have a solution to this problem....

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