This game reminds the children that we can always see a difference in the lives of people who have Jesus in their heart. Target Audience: Intermediate (9 to 12 years) Preparation: In a small chit of paper write "Jesus" and fold it. Method: Choose one player as the 'Detective'. Ask him or her to leave … Continue reading A heart with Jesus
Have you planned a lesson which talks about the goodness of inviting Jesus into your hearts? Here's a good supplementary game that emphasizes this message effectively for younger kids. Target Audience: Tyro (3 to 8 years) Preparation: Draw a big circle on the ground using chalk/ masking tape. Method: Make the children stand on the … Continue reading Jesus in my heart
The celebration of Good Friday and Easter is still a debated event among Christendom. Nevertheless, it is a happy time for all the children because most of them have a holiday on Friday. Who does not enjoy a long weekend! Is there a nicer way to celebrate Easter? There may be many, but here is one tried and tested … Continue reading A nicer way to celebrate Easter!
Well, let me let the cat out of the bag a little later! 😉 First off, HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016! 2015 may or may not have been a great year, but I am sure it would have been a worthwhile learning experience. I am hoping that 2016 is going to be even challenging but would … Continue reading Welcoming the new year with a…
Know the truth and the truth shall set you free [John 8:32]... (And here's a funny continuation someone added to it - but is quite grating at first 😉 ) Blaise Pascal said, "Truth is so obscure nowadays and lies well established that unless we love the truth we shall never recognize it". Did you know that … Continue reading Top 5 Endangered Truths kids need to know
In my previous posts I had shared various ways of teaching a story through crafts. You can check them out here, here and a lot more here. Today, I want to show you the path to preparing a lesson on your own, simply because you know your kids better. I could find no better place to start than the 'Preparation' … Continue reading Are you prepared?