I have a new site just for Children's Church Lessons. It has all the lessons listed here and more.
All of these Children's Church and Teen and Adult Sunday School lessons are free for your use. It is hoped all involved will receive a blessing from them.
JULY 7, 2012 - I am working on changing the host of many of the lessons. Most of the lessons other than several of the Children's Church lessons have been corrected. If you see eHow above a lesson the link will not work.
Being an elementary principal for twenty-eight years, the events in Newtown hit hard. I have many more questions than answers. All of us wonder how a loving God can let events like this happen. I don’t have the answer, but I do know that God has a perfect plan for all of us. This perfect plan is hard for us as humans to except in times like this. The children and staff went through terror like we cannot imagine, but so did Christ on the cross. I can’t help but think that Jesus gently welcomed all the victims with a loving embrace and the comfort of knowing that they are at home with the Savior.
Some people brought little children to Jesus for him to place his hands on them and to pray for them, but the disciples scolded the people. Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not stop them, because the Kingdom of heaven belongs to these.” Matthew 19.13-14
Featured Adult Lesson:
Praying for Yourself
Teaches the class that we can and should pray for ourself. One of my best lessons, written when I found out I had cancer. I am just fine and cancer free now.
Featured Children's Church Lesson:
The Face of God
A fun lesson using a camera.
Featured Teen Lesson:
God has Plans for All of Us
God has plans for all of us!
If you have a favorate children's church or Sunday School lesson you have written, I would love to publish it on this site. I would place your name with the lesson. E-mail your lesson to me @ email@example.com
After the resurrection Jesus appeared to many. In Matthew 28:20 Jesus leaves the disciples and makes a statement which we should recite every day. "And I will be with you always, to the end of time."
ial lesson for Christmas using the legend of the Christmas Tree