Teaching Bіblе Lessons tо Your Kids Thrоugh Bіblе Stоrіеѕ

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Teaching Bіblе Lessons tо Your Kids Bіblе stories are mоrе important thаn mоѕt реорlе thіnk. And hеrе іѕ whу… The еduсаtіоn of оur сhіldrеn іѕ a сruсіаl аѕресt that must nоt bе nеglесtеd. Thе еduсаtіоn рrосеѕѕ starts vеrу еаrlу іn thе сhіld’ѕ lіfе because that’s the time whеn thе kid defines his оr hеr bеlіеfѕ. […]

How tо Be a Great Sundау Sсhооl Tеасhеr

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How tо Be a Sundау Sсhооl Tеасhеr – Tеасhіng Sunday School   Tеасhіng Sunday ѕсhооl іѕ a wonderful ministry that gives the teacher thе орроrtunіtу tо guіdе сhіldrеn tо bе ѕtrоng and knоwlеdgеаblе іn thеіr fаіth. It іѕ thіѕ time іn a child’s life when thе Sunday school tеасhеr can instill wоndеrful Gоdlу values thrоugh […]

Fun while learning the Bible-Sunday School Lessons

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Fun while learning the Bible       When was the last time you actually went to Sunday School lessons or enjoyed reading the Bible? Or when was the time when you could get the message of God across to your children without them getting bored? Most of us have the notion that studying the […]

Kids Bible Crafts

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Kids’ bible crafts There are many Sunday school teachers who use Bible crafts to teach the children about the Holy Book. There are a number of crafts that teach stories about the Bible and also entertain the children in the process. Some of the options that the teachers can use include:   Popsicle Sticks: The […]

The Animated Kids Bible

The Animated Kids Bible Collectible Series The Animated Kids Bible is leading the charge to bring the world’s kids back to the Bible. The Kids Bible Company needs your help to continue spreading the word and teaching our children that there is more to growing up than computer generated super heroes and violent video games […]

3D Animated Bible lessons for kids

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Animated Bible lessons for kids Animation presents an exciting way for the kids to learn valuable Bible lessons. It gives an idea to the kids what situations were like during Biblical times and helps the kids to know the good from the evil. The animated series uses technology to bring the very best in the […]

DVDs to teach Bible Lessons

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DVDs to teach Kids Bible Lessons   The kids of today belong to the digital generation. They do not know life without DVD players, internet, CD, video games and MP3. Knowing this, much education can be imparted to the children through these mediums. The Animated Kids Bible DVDs present The Bible to the children in […]

The Importance of Kids Bible stories on Video

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Kids’ Bible stories  Kids Bible stories are an important way to get across the message of the Lord to kids. It is not possible for children to study the Bible and completely understand it. Furthermore it would not interest them at all. However it is very important that kids read The Bible and learn about […]

Interactive Sunday School lessons

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Interactive Bible lessons  Parents often complain that the kids are not interested in reading the Bible. They get bored easily and are unable to understand the lessons. However at the same time learning The Bible is of utmost importance for a kid. No education can be complete without the children learning the tenets of the […]

The Bible and Technology

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  The Bible and Technology Most parents today prefer to impart religious teachings at home and not rely on the teachings of the congregation alone.However this being the digital age it is difficult to get the kids interested in the Bible. It is video games, DVDs, CDs that attract their attention at all times. You […]

True Repentance: Children’s Ministry Lesson for Kids

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This week in our midweek program, we’re taking a closer look at repentance.   For our purposes, repentance means:

  1. Stop living the wrong way
  2. Start living in a new way

True Repentance

Many kids know they should repent (or apologize) for doing something wrong, but this week, we’ll also talk about how God wants us to repent of our good behavior.


Often, we think of repentance of something that “bad” people have to do.  However, this week we’ll learn that we need to repent both of the bad things we do (we’re calling this disobedience) and also repent of trying to prove ourselves with our good behavior (we’re calling this pride).


For our large group time, we’ll have Angie the Zebra and Easy Life Ed as guests, arguing about who needs to repent.  Angie loves do to her “good deeds” before men and Ed (the turtle) hasn’t taken his sin very seriously (until lately).  They will learn that they BOTH need to repent and trust in Jesus.



If you’re looking for some great activities, games, and crafts to go along with this lesson, keep reading for some ideas (special thanks to Taylor for her investigative work this week).

The Stain of Sin

In this experiment, kids stain a cloth with berry juice and then are “washed clean” with lemon juice.  Check out Kids of Integrity for the full instructions.  This is one you’ll want to make sure works ahead of time!

Can’t Hide Your Sin

In this object lesson, kids use dark soda and buttons to show that we can’t hide sin.  You can find the full instructions here.  Don’t have any buttons?  You could also do this with raisins and seltzer water.

The Pharisee and the Tax Collector

The pride/disobedience theme is reminiscent of a lesson we just had about a pharisee (pride) and tax collector (disobedience) we had just a few weeks ago.  You can check out that post for more idea.

What Do You Want To Be Filled With?

This object lesson shows that we need to empty our lives of sin (repent) in order for God to fill our lives with good things.  The lesson is a little confusing to read, but I think you can get the general idea!

Let’s Act it Out

Sam Luce has some skit ideas on his blog to help illustrate the idea of repentance.  His lessons are based on Jonah, but the principle remains the same.

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Mother’s Day Craft: Mom, You Rock!

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Welcome to Sunday Snapshot where I give you a quick look at some of the things that are happening in our ministry.

Here’s a fun craft that our preschool and kindergarten class did last year for a Mother’s Day project.

Mom You Rock


You’ll need to start the project a few weeks before Mother’s Day in order to let the paint dry.  The embellishments are best added with tacky glue or a hot glue gun.