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Teaching children can be a challenge. Finding quality bible lessons for kids that are hands–on, creative, fun and easy to teach can be a challenge as well. Many of you who teach in a church setting might have multiple ages in one class. I do as well. I teach Kindergarten through 2nd grade as one class; and then 3rd through 6th as another.

Looking for creative, fun object lessons that don't take a ton of planning time? FREE Bible Lessons for Kids ~ from Genesis to Revelation.

I am finding that children want “real truth.” They are hungry for it. They don’t need a lot of fancy bells, whistles, and lights. Simplicity is just fine. ALL of these “stories” are not  “stories” like fairy tales. They are historical narratives that REALLY happened to REAL people, just like us. And if God used the messed up people from the old days, then He will use any and all of us to spread His glory.

If you are interested in leading yourself, your child, or a group through an inductive Bible study with these lessons, here is a simple organizer that you may use. Click the image below for your study sheet.

Bible Lessons

BIBLE LESSONS

OBJECTIVES/DESCRIPTION of LESSON

Special Salvation Messages:

Cool Paper Folding Salvation Messagesalvationobjectlesson Use one sheet of paper to create words and symbols as you tell the gospel.
The Chocolate Sauce Lesson
Chocolate Sauce
Use chocolate sauce to teach about sin and salvation. Pour a little into your hand. It’s sticky, it spreads, and it’s like sin. 
Un Mensaje de Salvación Usando Papel (Paper-Folding Salvation Message)rp_Mensaja-de-salvacion-1024x1024.jpg Spanish Version of the most popular salvation message on FFS.
Valentine’s Day Salvation Message
Valentine's Day
Use a picture of Jesus and valentine hearts to tell the gospel.
Salvation Story Drawn on a Napkinnapkin You never know where you might be when God calls on you to present the gospel. Scripture tells us to be ready and willing at all times to spread the good news. Here is a simple way to illustrate the gospel message using a pen and a napkin.
Simple Names of Jesus Christmas Salvation MessageJesus' Birth Use Adornaments to present the gospel and the different names for Jesus.
How to Counsel a Child for SalvationSalvation So you’ve completed the gospel presentation and children begin to respond. WHAT DO YOU DO NOW??? This is when a lot of adults back away and give the kids over to the pastor for counseling. THERE IS NO NEED TO DO THAT! You just need to know what to do. (Based on CEF resources.)
Teaching Biblical Truth to Children – A Young Child’s Catechism Jesus' Trial A question and answer format, a catechism of sorts, to teach children Biblical foundations and theology. It’s very simple and age appropriate for young children. It’s not all inclusive, but it does cover the main truths of Christianity.
How to Draw the Bible – Part One (Genesis through Deuteronomy)Draw the Bible Draw the main events of the Bible while telling how God brings about redemption through Jesus.
How to Draw the Bible – Part Two (Joshua through Esther)
How to Draw the Bible – Part Three (The New Testament)

Old Testament Bible Lessons for Kids:

Creation Object Lesson
Creation Object Lesson
There are times when Christians are accused of not thinking logically. Christians are accused of not looking at evidence. What these accusations are really doing is pointing out that Christians have a different worldview. Instead of looking at the world and then making decisions, Christians look to the Bible first and then make decisions about the world around them.
Creation in 6 Days ~ Genesis 1 Object Lesson
Creation
  • to summarize the first chapter of the Bible
  • to explain that there is a difference between the scriptures and fairy tales
  • to consider that animals, man, and dinosaurs lived together, peacefully, in the garden
  • to state that 1 day = 24 hours
Adam and Eve Object Lesson
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Have you ever had anyone ask, “Why do people do bad things?” Many say there isn’t an easy answer, but is that correct? Those of us with a biblical worldview understand to go to the Bible first when tough questions arise. How would the Bible answer this question? This Adam and Eve object lesson will help.
The Fall in the Garden~ Genesis 3 (Object Lesson)
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  • to summarize the fall of humanity
  • to explain that Satan can cause us to doubt
  • to tell examples of sin
  • to explain that all have sinned and humanity is born into sin
Cain and Abel Object Lesson
Cain and Abel
Sin is a big deal. People don’t like to admit that, but it is true. If it wasn’t such a big deal, then why did Jesus give up His life for us? Even during the beginning of civilization, blood sacrifice represented forgiveness and redemption. Knowing the difference between the offerings of Cain and Abel helps us to understand Jesus a little better.
Sin Will Touch Others ~ Genesis 4 Object LessonCain and Abel Genesis 4
  • to summarize the spread of sin through birth
  • to explain our sin can hurt others even if we think we haven’t bothered anyone
  • to list examples of sin and how they affect others
  • to explain that life is in the blood
Genealogies are Awesome! ~ Genesis 5 Chart Lesson

Biblical Genealogies
  • to summarize the purpose of genealogies
  • to explain that history, language, math, and science are all created by God
  • to discuss that genealogies help us to see that God used real people who lived and died
Why Should We Follow Directions?
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Helping our children understand why following directions is important is a step in the right direction on the narrow path of godliness.

Use Genesis 6 and 7 and the story of Noah to teach following directions.

Noah and the Flood Object Lesson
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The story of Noah isn’t a beautiful poster of a man with cute animals. The flood event was the response from God after the people had grossly sinned. This Noah and the Flood Object Lesson will help our kids describe why God flooded the Earth, how God saved humanity, and why God always chooses a remnant.
Noah and the Flood ~ Genesis 6-8 (Gospel Presentation)

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  • to summarize that Noah was human and sinful, but God considered him to be righteous in faith
  • to explain that God hates sin
  • to discuss that Jesus’ blood covers all of our sin
Languages Spread ~ Genesis 11 (picture book lesson)babel
  • to describe the Hebrew language
  • to explain why God confused the language
  • to explain what happens when people try to elevate themselves to God’s level
 The Tower of Babel Object Lesson
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Why are there so many languages if all people came from Noah’s family? Where did Ham, Shem, and Japheth end up living? And why should we care about this today? The Tower of Babel is more relevant than you might think.
Languages + Fast-Forward to Moses (Genesis 10 and 11, etc)Tower of Babel
  • to summarize the book of Genesis
  • to explain that God’s plan cannot be thwarted by man
  • to discuss the importance of language, reading, and writing
The Call of Abram Object Lesson
The Call of Abram Object Lesson
Promises. We all make them. We all break many of them. Yet God has made hundreds of promises to us and not once has He broken them. Trusting God to be Who He says He is and that He is going to do what He says He is going to do is vital to our foundation of faith. This Object Lesson on the Call of Abram and His Flight to Egypt will encourage children to trust in the One True God.
Abraham’s Sacrifice of Isaac Object Lesson
Abraham's sacrifice of Isaac
Sacrifice. It isn’t something people like to talk about, let alone live. This lesson based upon Abraham’s Sacrifice of Isaac will help children to understand the meaning of sacrifice and why God asks us to be a living sacrifice.
How to Deal with Cheating {Growing in Godliness Series for Kids}
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Use the story of Jacob and Esau to teach how to deal with cheating. Includes a FREE teaching poster!
Jacob’s Deceitfulness ~ Genesis 27 (Object Lesson)Jacob
  • to list the four parts of God’s promise to Abram
  • to recognize that sin clouds our perception of the Truth
  • to explain how blessings or covenants were passed down through families
Why Was Jacob’s Name Changed? ~ Genesis 32
  • to list the four parts of God’s promise to Abram
  • to recognize that name meanings were important in Biblical times
  • to recognize an example of reconciliation
The Story of Joseph in a Nutshell ~ Genesis 37-47 (Object Lesson)Genesis 37-47
  • to list the four parts of God’s promise to Abram
  • to retell the story of Joseph
  • to explain that God will bring about His promises, but He is NOT in a hurry
  • to explain that God is with us no matter what
The Story of Moses in a Nutshell ~ Exodus 1-12 (Birth of Moses to Plagues)Exodus 1-12
  • to list the four parts of God’s promise to Abraham
  • to retell the story of Moses
  • recall that Israelites are also known as Hebrews
  • to explain that sin can cause our hearts to harden
The Story of Moses in a Nutshell ~ Exodus 12-13 (The Passover)
  • to list the four parts of God’s promise to Abraham
  • to retell the story of Moses
  • recall that Israelites are also known as Hebrews
  • to explain that Passover is a picture of the Savior, Jesus Christ
The Story of Moses in a Nutshell ~ Exodus 14-24 (The Law-Object Lesson)
  • to retell the story of Moses
  • to explain that The Law is a set of rules given to people by God to protect and point to salvation
  • complete the Ten Commandments poster
How to Encourage Cooperation
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Encouraging cooperation will help our children take a step in the right direction on the narrow path of godliness.

This lesson focuses on Exodus 17, Moses, Aaron, and Hur.

The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20 + Motions)ten commandments2
  • to list the Ten Commandments
  • to explain that the law shows our need for a Savior
  • to use hand motions as a memory helper
The Tabernacle (Elementary Level – Picture Object Lesson)Tabernacle
  • the students will become familiar with the terms and looks of the Hebrew tabernacle
  • the students will discover that the tabernacle is a picture of God’s relationship with humanity and Jesus
The Story of Moses in a Nutshell ~ Exodus 26 – Numbers 14 (Wanderings)
  • to retell the story of Moses
  • to explain that the Israelites were disobedient to God and received the consequence of wandering the desert for 40 years
  • to explain that obedience to God brings about rewards, either on earth or in heaven, or both
God’s Battle Plan ~ (Deuteronomy 34-Joshua 1,6,10-24)
  • to retell the history of Joshua
  • to list the 5 books of Moses
  • to explain that we have a choice: to obey God or not
Be an Encouraging Person
Encouraging
Helping our children know how to encourage others is a step in the right direction on the narrow path of godliness.

This was a new generation of people who were ready to possess the Promised Land. But their Leader died. Now what? Focus on Joshua 1:1-9.

A Light in the Darkness (Judges and Ruth)
  • to retell the history of Judges and Ruth
  • to describe the cycle of sin and deliverance seen throughout Judges
  • to explain how God used Ruth to bring about His plan of salvation
Judge, Priest, and Prophet ~ Samuel (1 Samuel 1-7 – Object Lesson)
  • to describe the cycle of sin and deliverance seen throughout Judges
  • to list Samuel as the last judge, a prophet and a priest
  • to explain that God is not a “good luck” charm, but a Father who cares for His people
How to Deal with Boasting {Growing in Godliness Series for Kids}godliness Use the story of David and Goliath to teach how to deal with boasting. Includes a FREE teaching poster!
A Great Nation Under King David ~ 1 Samuel 16-2 Samuel 11 (Object Lesson)
  • to list the first three kings of Israel in chronological order
  • to explain why Israel wanted an earthly king
  • to discuss that God looks at our hearts, and not at our physical appearances
Dealing with Jealousy
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It begins with a seed of discontent. A thought of insecurity. Jealousy is a green monster that must be slain. Helping our children understand why jealousy is harmful is a step in the right direction on the narrow path of godliness.

Focus on King Saul and David in 1 Samuel 18:6-16.

Solomon the Great ~ 1 Kings 1-10 (Object Lesson)
  • to list the first three kings of Israel in chronological order
  • to describe the conditions of Saul, David, and Solomon’s hearts toward God
  • to explain the events surrounding the dedication of the temple
How to Accept Advice and Instruction {Growing in Godliness Series for Kids}godliness series for kids Use the story of Jeraboam and Rehaboam to teach how to accept advice and instruction. Includes FREE printable poster!
The Great Nation Divides ~ 1 Kings 11-14
  • to list the first three kings of Israel in chronological order
  • to describe the condition of Solomon‘s heart toward God and the results
  • to explain the events surrounding the dividing of Israel
Divided Kingdom and Consequences ~ 1 Kings 16 – 2 Kings and 2 Chronicles
  • to explain the reason why Israel and Judah were conquered
  • to list a few of the kings and prophets during this time period
  • to describe the events surrounding the fall of Jerusalem
How the Become a Secret Initiative Servant
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Based on 2 Kings 22 and 23, use the story of King Josiah to help our children know how to take the initiative.
The End of the Old Testament ~ Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther
  • to explain the reason Judah was exiled
  • to explain that Ezra went back to rebuild the temple and Nehemiah rebuilt the wall
  • to describe the events surrounding Esther
Brief Review of the Old Testament from the Ten Commandments to JesusOld Testament Review
  • to recognize that other events in history fit into the Biblical timeline
  • to explain that the Old Testament shows humanity its need for a Savior
  • to use drawings to represent the main events of the Bible

New Testament Bible Lessons for Kids:

SShhhhh….400 Years of Silence
  • to list the events that take place during the inter-testimonial time
  • to explain the differences between six types of Jewish groups
  • to recognize that the four gospels all tell the same story, but in four different ways to four different audiences
Biblical Sacrifice ~ Why? {Object Lesson}
Biblical Sacrifice
  • To review the purpose of the Old Testament and the sacrificial system
  • To list events of animal sacrifice
  • To describe how Jesus is the Lamb who takes away the sins of the world
The Means Used to Bring About Salvation ~ {Picture Object Lesson}
The means used to bring about salvation
  • To review the purpose of the Old Testament
  • To list events of the Old Testament which God used to bring about Jesus
  • To explain the main events of the gospel
Years of Silence, Then the Messiah Comes! (The Gospels) {*Gospel Presentation*}
  • to list different political groups that formed during the years of silence
  • to describe how the influence of the Greeks and Romans would help spread the gospel
  • to describe the events of the gospel
Is This a Joke, God? ~ Luke 1Zacharias
  • to list the events of the annunciation to Zacharias and Mary
  • to explain that God is joyful and loves His people
When God Wore a Costume: A Halloween – Christmas Story {Object Lesson}Christmas Story
  • to list the events of Jesus’ birth
  • to explain the difference between Truth and tradition
  • to confess that Jesus is God and human
The Christmas Superhero ~ Luke 2 Salvation Object Lesson
Heroes
  • To list events of the birth of Jesus based on Luke 2
  • To recognize that Jesus was God and human
  • To confess that Jesus can do anything
John the Baptist and Jesus’ Baptism ~ Matthew 3 and Luke 3 Object LessonJesus Being Baptized
  • To list characteristics of John the Baptist
  • To state the message and events of John’s preaching and Jesus’ baptism
  • To recognize true repentance
Being on Mission Takes Effort
Mission Effort
What is our purpose in life? What was the purpose of Jesus? Helping our children know what Jesus’ mission was is a step in the right direction on the narrow path of godliness.

Use building materials to teach Luke 4:17-19.

Jesus in the Wilderness ~ Object Lesson
Jesus in the Wilderness
  • To list events of the temptation of Jesus
  • To recognize that we can be tempted and not sin
  • To understand the importance of scripture memorization
The Temple and Nicodemus ~ John 2 and 3Nicodemus1
  • To list events of Jesus in the temple and His visit with Nicodemus
  • To put John 3:16 into context
Jesus Calls the Twelve Disciples ~ Object Lesson (Hand Motions)Jesus Calling Discples
  • To tell events of Jesus finding the twelve disciples {Matthew 4:17-22; Mark 1:14-20;2:13-17; Luke 5:1-11; 27-32; John 1:35-51}
  • To list the twelve disciples by name
The Woman at the Well ~ Object Lessonwoman at the well
  • To tell events of Jesus and the woman at the well {John 4:1-42}
  • To verbalize how Jesus is the Living Water
  • To explain that the fields are still white and ripe for the harvest
Jesus’ First Miracles ~ Object Lessonwater
  • To tell events of Jesus’ first two miracles, or signs (John 2:1-11; 4:46-54)
  • To claim that Jesus has power over nature
  • To claim that Jesus has power over sickness
Jesus Healing the Lame Man ~ Object LessonJesus healing
  • To tell events of Jesus healing the lame man at the pool {John 5:1-18}
  • To recognize that the Sabbath was made for man
  • To claim that Jesus has power over sickness
Jesus is the Bread ~ {Feeding the 5,000} Object LessonJesus is the Bread
  • To tell events of Jesus feeding the 5,000; walking on water {John 6}
  • To recognize that Jesus is the Bread of Life
  • To recognize that Jesus is omniscient
The Hamburger of Happiness~ A Beatitudes Object LessonBeatitudes
  • To list the Beatitudes from Matthew 5:1-12
  • To recognize that the church behaves differently than the world
  • To recognize that persecution will take place in a Christian’s life
Jesus Healed a Blind Man ~ John 9 Object Lessonblind man2
  • To tell events of Jesus healing the blind man {John 9}
  • To recognize that the Jewish Leaders were plotting against Jesus
  • To consider what is meant by “Putting God in a box.”
Jesus is the Good Shepherd ~ Book and Comparison ActivityGood Shepherd
  • To tell events of Jesus’ message about being a Good Shepherd {John 10}
  • To list characteristics of sheep and shepherds
  • To compare the Good Shepherd to the thief and hired hand
 A Jesus and Lazarus Science Lesson ~ John 11: 1- 46
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  • To list amazing actions that God/Jesus has done
  • To recognize that Jesus has power over everything, including death
  • To recognize that God can, and will, glorify Himself in any circumstance
How to Encourage Courteous Behavior
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Encouraging courteous behavior will help our children take a step in the right direction on the narrow path of godliness.

Play a game show based on Matthew 25:31-46.

Jesus and the Last Supper ~ Passover Object Lesson
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  • To list activities that take place during the feast of Passover
  • To recognize the connection between the Exodus, the Passover, and Jesus {John 13-17, Matthew 26:14-30
  • To experience the Passover meal
The Passion of Jesus
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  • To list events from Luke 23:26-56 and John 19:17-42
  • To recognize that Jesus willingly went to the cross
  • To compare and contrast the thieves and Jesus
The Mystery of Jesus: The Road to Emmaus
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  • To recognize Deuteronomy 29:29
  • To list events of Luke 24: 13-35
  • To describe what God does when He “opens” someone’s eyes

The Book of Acts:

On Fire for Jesus ~ Acts 1 and 2 {Object Lesson}
Acts 1 and 2 {Object Lesson}
  • To explain who the Holy Spirit is
  • To list events of Acts 1 and 2
  • To describe a spirit-filled life
The Beginning of the Church ~ Acts 2The Beginning of the Church
  • to compare the tabernacle of the Old Testament to the indwelling of the Holy Spirit
  • to describe the Old Testament covenant with the New Testament covenant
  • to explain the gospel to someone else
Walking and Leaping and Praising ~ Acts 3 {Object Lesson}
Acts 3
  • To explain prayer as a way to ask God to bless us with what is best in each circumstance and to praise Him when he does
  • To list events Acts 3
  • To describe God’s best for us does not mean we receive it immediately
Embezzlement ~ Acts 4-5 {Object Lesson}
Acts 4 and 5
  • To explain that we cannot deceive God; God will not be mocked
  • To list events Acts 4-5
  • To describe that honesty is a character trait that God desires
Thanksgiving and Suffering? ~ Acts 5:12-42
Thanksgiving and Suffering Acts 5: 12-42
  • To explain how thanksgiving through suffering produces assurance of salvation
  • To list events from Acts 5:12-42
  • To describe the attitude of the disciples after they suffered for Jesus
The First Martyr ~ Acts 6-7
Stephen Acts 6-7
  • To explain the definition of “deacon” and “martyr”
  • To list events from Acts 6-7
  • To compare the character of Stephen and the character of the “enemy”
A Sorcerer and an Ethiopian ~ Acts 8
Acts 8
  • To explain that the death of Stephen began the persecution of the early church
  • To list events from Acts 8
  • To compare the characters of the Sorcerer and the Ethiopian
Saul’s Conversion ~ Acts 9 Object Lesson
Acts 9
  • To explain that we are all to be vessels for God
  • To list events of Saul’s conversion
  • To share the gospel
Make a Poster Map of the Roman Empire (Acts)
Roman Empire
 As we study the book of Acts, it becomes apparent that maps are helpful. The early church is spreading over the known world. If we want to have a deeper level of knowledge about what was going on, then we need to *see* the scripture as the gospel travels worldwide.
Peter and Cornelius ~ Acts 10
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  • To explain that God shows no partiality; all people are to hear the gospel and are accepted by Him through Jesus Christ
  • To list events of the meeting of Peter and Cornelius
  • To share the gospel
Peter, Angels, and King Herod ~ Acts 12
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  • To explain that prayer is powerful
  • To list events of Peter’s escape and Herod’s death
  • To discuss angels and how we perceive them versus what the Bible says about them
Paul Begins the First Missionary Journey ~ Acts 13
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  • To explain that people will either choose God or Satan. Not choosing one or the other equals not choosing God.
  • To list beginning events of Paul’s first missionary journey and the meanings of the colors of the Wordless Book
  • To discuss how people will try to stop us from telling others about the gospel
The Perseverance of Paul ~ Acts 14
Acts 14
  • To define perseverance
  • To list the events of the last half of Paul’s first missionary journey
  • To discuss that the gospel will be accepted by some and not by others
Are We Under the Law? or Under Grace? ~ Free Acts 15 Bible Lesson for Kids
Acts 15
  • To define the law
  • To list the events of Acts 15
  • To discuss that the results of The Jerusalem Council
A Good Reputation ~ Free Acts 16 Bible Lesson for Kids
Acts 16
  • To define a good reputation
  • To list the events of Acts 16:1-15
  • To discuss “benchmarks” in life
Paul and Silas in Prison ~ Free Acts 16 Bible Lesson for Kids
Acts 16 Paul and Silas
  • To explain the bondage of sin
  • To list the events of Acts 16:16-40
  • To discuss the power of God and the gospel
Preaching the Gospel ~ Acts 17 Bible Lesson for Kids
Acts 17 Paul in Athens
  • To compare three ways people can respond to the gospel
  • To list the events of Acts 17
  • To discuss how Christianity turns the world “upside down”
The End of the Second Missionary Journey ~ Acts 18 Scrambled Timeline Lesson for Kids
Acts 18
  • To create a timeline
  • To list the events of Acts 18
  • To recognize that the places Paul visited were real locations still found today
Acts 19
  • to locate Ephesus on a map
  • to communicate the main events of the first 2 years of Paul’s 3rd missionary journey and his stay in Ephesus
  • to define repentance
  • to describe the actions of a heart changed by belief in Jesus
Acts 20-21:13: Going to Jerusalem
  • to locate Macedonia, Greece, Tyre, and Caesarea on a map
  • to communicate the main events of the last 2 years of Paul’s 3rd missionary journey
  • to define sacrifice
  • to describe how a Christian must be willing to surrender and sacrifice his life for Christ
Jerusalem ~ Acts 21:14 – 22:30
  • to locate Jerusalem on a map
  • to communicate the main events that happened when Paul returned to Jerusalem
Trials Begin ~ Acts 23
  • to locate Jerusalem on a map
  • to communicate the main differences between the beliefs of the Pharisees and the Sadducees
  • to vocalize how many soldiers are under a Centurion
  • to explain perseverance during trials
THREE Trials ~ Acts 24-26
  • to locate Caesarea on a map
  • to recognize the names of Governor Felix, Governor Festus, King Agrippa, Caesar Nero
  • to recognize the importance of a single testimony and belief in the resurrection
  • to verbalize that God has a plan and He is in control
Ship Wrecked! ~ Acts 27
  • to locate Ceasarea, Malta, Italy, Rome and the Mediterranean Sea on the map
  • to communicate the main events that happened when Paul journeyed to Rome
  • to verbalize that the wonderful adventure stories in the Bible literally took place with real people
  • to verbalize that God does what He says He is going to do
The End? ~ Acts 28
  • to locate Malta, Italy, Rome and the Mediterranean Sea on the map
  • to communicate the main events that happened when Paul journeyed from Malta to Rome
  • to verbalize that God’s word cannot be stopped despite the efforts of those who hate Christians
  • to verbalize that God always keeps His promises

Epistles:

Galatians 5:22 (Fruit of the Spirit)
fruit of the spirit
  • to list the Fruit of the Spirit
  • to explain, simply, how a tree works
  • to explain how a Christian is like a tree
Ephesians 6:10-17 (Armor of God)armorofgod
  • to list the parts of the armor of God
  • to explain how a Roman soldier used his armor to prepare for battle
  • to explain how a Christian uses his armor to prepare for battle
  • to tell who, or what, Christians battle against
How to Live Life Before Jesus Returns ~ Romans – Revelation
  • to describe how all the families in the world have been blessed
  • to describe the purpose of the expository letters
  • to list some of the events that will take place when Jesus returns

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  1. This is truly awesome, I can’t wait to use these in my Sunday school class.Sorry not to savvy on the facebook and twitter stuff.

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