Free Resources for Children's Ministry Leaders
One of the first messages children learn in Sunday school is that Jesus loves them. That's why Jesus loves me games are so important for young students.
When your Sunday school class, children's church or small group is learning about Jesus' parable of the prodigal son, use these free prodigal son coloring pages that kids will enjoy.
Bible verse games are a great way to engage young learners while helping them hide Scripture in their hearts. Enjoy trying out these fun Bible verse games with groups of children!
Bible verse coloring pages are a great way to encourage creativity while young learners discover the riches of God’s Word. Loads of printable Bible verse coloring pages are available online to download for free, often as PDFs.
These free object lessons on attitude will help kids discover the importance of having a joyful, grateful attitude, no matter the circumstances.
"He is not here! He has risen, just as he said he would (Matthew 28:6)!"
A printable, ready to color catcher for Valentine's Day.
This simple play can be performed by your preschool/kindergarten or elementary ministry group.
This Bible story minibook takes children through the Christmas story.
"Give thanks as you enter the gates of his temple. Give praise as you enter its courtyards. Give thanks to him and praise his name (Psalm 100:4)."
"Lord, let me be a light to others for You have filled me with Your light."
Kids will learn that when they talk to God they should praise him for who he is and thank him for all he has done.
Help children grow through faithful obedience, deliberate action, and reliance on God’s Word.
Download this video package to help teach your kids the Old Testament story of Joseph.
"Do not be unfruitful … devote yourself to good works … waiting for the blessed hope." - Titus 3:14
David was a brave young man who fought what seemed like an impossible giant.
Help your families prepare the way for the King during this Advent season.
Four years after the Washington National Cathedral removed windows depicting Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, the windows will be filled with work by artist Kerry James Marshall related to racial justice.
"It's not about becoming like Julia Child," says Ann Voskamp. "Hospitality is about welcoming in the marginalized as the next child of God."