Bible Lessons C – Index
Cain and Abel Bible Lesson – Creativity Elements of Design Bible Lessons – Complete Bible lessons for children including opening activities, interactive lessons, Bible crafts, Bible verse review games, printable activity sheets, Bible coloring sheets, and Bible lesson review games. Use these lessons for children from kindergarten through fifth grade.
Sin separates us from God. Sin requires punishment, but God is a kind and loving God who forgives us and restores our relationship with him if we confess our sins and ask for forgiveness.
Children learn that Jesus is our example – by following in his steps, they will become more and more like Him.
Children learn that God is in control of everything. We don’t have to be afraid because God has a plan for our lives. He wants us to follow him.
When we receive our gifts at Christmas, the happiness we feel doesn’t last very long. There is only one perfect gift that will never disappoint us – the gift of salvation through Jesus.
The joy and satisfaction we feel when we receive our gifts at Christmas are only temporary. There is only one perfect gift that will never disappoint us — the gift of salvation through Jesus.
Children learn about the best news that was ever told–the birth of Jesus Christ, our Saviour.
A series of five lessons that tell the story of Jesus’ birth.
God gave us a wonderful gift by sending Jesus because he loved us very much. We also give gifts to others to show them how much we care about them.
Children learn to appreciate all the wonderful gifts God has given them and that every good and perfect gift comes from God.
Children learn about greed and how it affects their lives. They learn that Jesus wants them to be happy and thankful for what they have been given.
Christmas is Jesus’ Birthday. Children learn that it makes Jesus sad when we forget about him on his special day. They also learn how they can make this day special for him.
Children learn why Jesus described himself as the “Light of the World,” how Jesus lights up our lives, and how we can be a light to others.
Jesus is the King of Kings. He didn’t live like a king but proved how much he loved us by becoming like us and dying for us so that we could join him in his kingdom.
Jesus is the King of Kings. He isn’t like earthly kings; he rules our hearts. Children learn how they can become part of the kingdom of God.
“Ordinary Baby Extraordinary Gift,” tells the story of Christmas from the beginning when God walked with man and had a plan to send an ordinary baby that would save him from sin and restore their relationship with him.
Children learn about bells and how they are used to convey messages, especially how they are used in the church and at Christmas time to give praise to God and tell others the good news about Jesus’ birth.
Jesus is the light of the world. He lights up our lives so we can shine. In this lesson, children learn how to let their light shine.
Christmas is the day we celebrate Jesus’ birthday. Since it’s his birthday, we should be giving him gifts. Children learn what kinds of gifts Jesus likes to receive.
Christmas is the day we celebrate Jesus’ birthday. Since it is his birthday, we should be giving him gifts. Children learn what kinds of gifts Jesus likes to receive.
The wise men gave gifts to Jesus to honor him. We can also give gifts to Jesus today to show him how much we love him.
Wise men still seek him, listen to him, obey him, and worship him.
Children learn that God spent six days creating the moon and the stars and everything on the earth
The teacher and children pretend to make a big snowman and then compare God’s creation of man to making a snowman.
The only book we can depend on to be true is the Bible. We should be aware of what the Bible teaches about dinosaurs and compare it to what scientists say about them.
A series of seven lessons that tell how God created the world and all of its inhabitants.
This series of lessons is designed for children four years through first grade. In each lesson, your children will work on pages from a book.
A series of six lessons that teach about artistic design and the great designer.