Children’s Church Lessons for Anytime of the Year

Children's Church Lessons for the New Year

Great children’s church lessons can bring learning to life for any child! When it comes to explaining the Bible to children, many parents and even Sunday school teachers are at a loss as to ways that really connect their children or students to God’s Word, bringing it to life in interesting and creative ways. We looked for the best children’s church lessons we could find and here are ones we love! Enjoy!

Tower of Babel Bible Lesson for Kids

“Honor Your Father” Bible Lesson (Exodus 20:12)

Jesus Gives Freedom from Sin (John 8:32) Lesson Plan

Bible Lesson: The Glory of the New Covenant

“Treasure in Jars of Clay” Sunday School Lesson

“Persecuted But Not Abandoned” Sunday School Lesson

“We Do Not Lose Heart” Bible Lesson


This is a classroom small group format children’s church lesson about Peter walking on the water. Paraphrase the words in bold print to present them to the class. Based on Matthew 14:22-23, the Bible truth for this lesson is: Keep your eyes on Jesus, not on the waves.


Here’s a great children’s church lesson you can use for as an 8 week series of messages on heroic faith.


The focus point of this lesson is that God wants us to be ready to live the Christian life, expecting God to move and being determined to share the gospel. This lesson is based on 1 Corinthians 16:13.



Memory Verse

Bible Story

Object Lesson and Sermon

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Tamera Kraft has 30 years experience in children's ministry and founded Revival Fire Kids Ministry in 2007 in her hometown of Akron, Ohio. Tamera received the Church of God National Children’s Leader’s Association Shepherd’s Cup in 2007 for lifetime achievement and advancement in children’s ministry. Tamera has taught in national workshops and has conducted kid’s crusades, church camps, and children’s camp meeting services as well as consultations and teacher training for a number of churches.