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Friday, February 17, 2017

Children's Bible Activities

Managing Time When Teaching Kids the Bible

Time constraints are a huge challenge for those teaching the Bible to kids. You have these kids maybe once or twice a week, and often you don’t get the same group two weeks in a row. How do you instill the immensity of God and His plan for us into the hearts and minds of kids in 60 minutes or less? Here are some suggestions that may help as you think about the task of managing time when teaching kids the Bible

Ezra Read the Law

The story of Ezra and his leadership can illustrate for children how reading God's word has always been important for His people. This story provides an opportunity to discuss with kids how important it is for us to read and study God's Word, the Bible. Click here or on the image to see a list of activities about this important event in Israel's history.

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Ruth and Naomi

The story of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz is a beautiful story of love and redemption. The willingness of Boaz to be the kinsman redeemer for Ruth illustrates Jesus' redemptive love. These Bible activities for children will help kids learn about this story of love and commitment. Click here or on the image to see Bible activities that highlight this beautiful story. 

The Stories of the Lost

In Luke 15, Jesus told several parables that are very familiar. The parable of the Prodigal Son is about a lost son. Then there's the parable of the lost sheep. These parables teach us that God is a loving God who searches for us to save us. Click here or on the image to see activities about these familiar and timeless parables.   

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