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Sermons for Kids: It's In The Bag

52 Bible Talks for Children's Ministry - Object lessons you can use!

Big Book of Children's Sermons Bible Talks

Communicate the gospel to children using everyday objects pulled from the bag. A refreshing change of pace for your children's message time---for kid's church, Sunday school, midweek classes, and Bible clubs too! Make your children's moment fun, meaningful, and memorable. The content titles with Scripture references help to determine the appropriate message to use throughout the year, with a topical index for holy days---Christmas, Easter, Pentecost, etc. 

Sample: It's in the Bag---52 Bible Talks for Children's Ministry. 



A New Gratitude

A New Year's Devotional

grat-i-tudeˈ
a feeling or attitude in acknowledgment of a benefit that one has received or will receive; the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.

As we bring in the new year, let us acknowledge to God the benefits that we have already received from him. And even if we have experienced trials and difficulties in the past year, which may yet be unresolved, did this cause us to look up and seek God's help? Isn't that a blessing for which we can be grateful? The Scriptures remind us that people cannot come to Jesus unless the Father who sent him brings them to him (John 6:44). The very fact that we are still looking to God for rescue, is evidence that he is working out his plan in our lives! 

God's children often pray, "God, mold me and make me after your will; help me to be like Jesus." Yet, one of the hallmarks of Jesus' life was suffering--he suffered on our behalf. So, this begs the question, "How can we truly be like him, unless we have suffered too?"

Faith knows the power that his coming back to life gives and what it means to share in his suffering (Philippians 3:10). 

God doesn't allow us to suffer just to experience it. God comforts us when we suffer, so when other people suffer, we are able to comfort them like God comforted us (2 Corinthians 1:4). 

God promises his children: all things work together for the good of those who love God--to those whom he has called according to his plan (Romans 8:28). This verse reminds us that we can look forward to the new year with grateful hearts, trusting that God will continue working out his plan in our lives! 

May it be our prayer this year to please God with grateful hearts--in all that we think, say, and do--and receive the abundance of Christ in eternal measure.

Happy New Year!



God Will Fight for You

You need only to be still. Exodus 14:14 (NIV)

For many months I have been consumed with worry over our finances—for the Sunday School Network and my family. Those concerns, combined with being a caretaker for my husband with a brain injury, can be overwhelming. I know I shouldn’t worry. God’s Word says, “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus” Philippians 4:6-7 (NKJV).

Let me tell you, I have been making our needs known to God, but he seemed far away and his peace escaped me. I wondered, "What are you doing, Lord? What do I need to do? What should I do? I will do what you want; please make your will known to me."

I’ve also been preaching to myself: “My God shall supply all your needs according to his riches in glory.”; “Trust in the Lord with all your heart. . . ”; “The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want . . . ” 
Yet, the more I tried to figure things out, to try harder, to do better, to pray more, the more unsettled I became. Then a verse came to me, “The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still” Exodus 14:14 (NIV). I’d like to tell you that I immediately submitted my fears to God. But I didn’t. I kept up the pace of working harder and doing more. Until I got sick—again—a week before Christmas; now I’m being forced to rest. 

Now to get to the good part of why I’m writing. . .  Keep reading.

 

 

Ten Commandments
Memory Matching Game

Ten Commandments Memory Matching Card Game

Our Ten Commandments Memory Matching Card Game is based on our popular Look n' Learn Ten Commandments Finger Cards. Children memorize the commandments quickly using this method, with the commandment # corresponding to the # of fingers. Kids can now play a classic memory matching game to learn the commandments and heighten their fun! This is a great resource for visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners at home, church, school, and Bible clubs! A fun family game for kids with parents or grandparents!

 


 
Where will you spend eternity? Are you going to heaven?

 
 
 

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