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Sermons4Kids: Top 10 Children’s Sermons to Share With Kids

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Sermons4Kids offers a one-stop resource for oodles of children’s messages. No matter what Bible lesson or topic you’re teaching, you’ll find what you need—at no cost. Materials are geared toward preschool and elementary-aged children. So choose what works best for your young audience.

All the key Old Testament and New Testament stories are represented in the Sermons4Kids online database. Bonus: Most are available in Spanish as well!

What to expand the impact of your Sunday school and children’s church lessons? Sermons4Kids also provides game ideas, craft ideas, coloring pages, and much more.

To give you a sneak peek of what Sermons4Kids.com offers, here’s a top 10 list of kids messages. With so many options, it’s tough to narrow them down. So check out the lessons yourself, and let us know your favorites!

10 Kids Messages We Love at Sermons4Kids

First, here are five children’s sermons from the Old Testament:

1. Joseph Forgives His Brothers

This children’s sermon, based on Genesis 45:1-15, shows the impact of forgiveness. Kids will hear how Joseph offered “sweet” forgiveness to his brothers instead of holding a bitter grudge.

2. Elijah Is Fed by Ravens

Share with young listeners how the prophet Elijah trusted in God—and how God provided for him. The sermon uses 1 Kings 17:4 as its text and birdseed for an object lesson.

3. Who Do You Trust?

Check out this kid-friendly lesson about Psalm 23. Children will discover that God is our good Shepherd, and we can trust him in every situation.

4. The Potter & the Clay

Use this Old Testament object lesson (Isaiah 64:8) to explain how God works on us like clay. Why? So we can be more like Jesus!

5. God’s Prayer Warrior: Daniel

In this children’s sermons, kids will discover how Daniel prayed faithfully. God rescued Daniel from hungry lions, and God rescues us too! (Daniel 6:16)