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Friday, February 10, 2017

Children's Bible Activities

Understanding How the Bible is Organized

What do we want kids to do while they’re at church? Obviously, we want them to listen to and learn from the Bible. Seems pretty simple. But telling a child to follow along in a Bible is pointless if that child has no idea where they are heading. Learning your way around the Bible is crucial to being able to learn from the Bible and realizing there is organization to the structure will help. This article will help you understand the Bible’s organization. 

Nehemiah and Jerusalem's Walls

Nehemiah was an Israelite leader in the days following the Babylonian exile. The wall around Jerusalem needed to be rebuilt and the people needed to be encouraged. Nehemiah was instrumental in the project of rebuilding the wall around Jerusalem. Click here or on the image to see a list of activities about this important leader in Israel's history.

Instagram Reminders

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The Good Samaritan

Jesus' parable of the good Samaritan was full of surprises and important lessons for people of every age. Jesus taught this story to help break down racial barriers and attitudes that people had against people of other races. Click here or on the image to see Bible activities that highlight this well known parable from Jesus' ministry and are great for use at home, in Sunday School, or in a Christian school setting. 

Bible Story Activities

Most of the activities on Sunday School Zone are related to a particular Bible story. If you're interested in finding activities related to a specific story, you can do a quick search for that story by using the "Search this website" field located toward the top left corner of most pages. You can also go to this page and find an alphabetical listing of all the stories we cover. Be aware that we may refer to a story differently than you're thinking, so if you don't find what you're looking for, you might want to try some other possibilities.  

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