As a Bible Teacher, you want to be sure to focus on Jesus and some aspect of the Gospel in each lesson you teach. Below you will find a Comprehensive Chronological List of Sunday School Lessons of many Bible Stories. Some of these Bible events and people are well-known, others not so much. This list is updated monthly.
These lessons are sorted by Testament and type of book the story is found. If you would like to see a specific lesson that is missing, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know. That lesson might be coming.
Sunday School Lessons from the Pentateuch
The Pentateuch includes the first 5 books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. These books, probably written by Moses, show children how God created the world, the fall of that world, and the beginning of God’s plan to redeem the world back to Himself.
Teaching these first Bible events are paramount in creating a strong foundation of Biblical worldview in our children. Click on the links below for lessons that will help you to explain the Promise of Abraham through the creation of Israel as a nation.
Sunday School Lessons from the Books of History
Children need to understand that God works through imperfect people. They also need to understand that Israel is the catalyst for salvation. When learning about Joshua and the tribes of Israel, the Judges, Kings, and Prophets, you can display God’s plan for salvation and why humanity needs it.
Click on the links below for hands-on, creative Bible lessons for kids that will help them to see the world through God’s eyes and why they need Jesus.
1,2 Samuel, 1,2 Kings, 1,2 Chronicles
Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther
Sunday School Lessons from the Gospels (Matthew - John)
Once children see the big picture of God using Israel to prepare the world for redemption, you can teach children about the means God uses for that redemption: JESUS!
The gospels are filled with the wonderful works of Jesus and His wonderful words. Use the Bible lessons below to teach children about their perfect Savior and why He took their place on the cross.