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Armor of God for Kids: 50 Ways to Teach This Bible Lesson

Armor of God for Kids: Best Videos and Songs for Kids

Lots of videos about this subject are on YouTube. But these are the ones we believe kids will find most engaging and have the greatest impact.

“Put on the Whole Armour of God and Stand”

Ephesians 6 Sunday School Lesson Resource

God’s Story: Armor of God

Bible Story: Ephesians 6:10-18

Video with Iron Man

Elementary Worship Song

Early Childhood Song

Armor of God for Kids: Object Lessons, Children’s Messages, Crafts and Snacks

Fun Object Lesson from OurJourneyWestward.com

This is a creative and memorable object lesson to use with kids of all ages. All you need is an orange, a bowl, and some water.










Children’s Message from Sermons4Kids.com

Use baseball catcher’s equipment to teach kids to put on the armor of God to stand against Satan. Plus, you get a dozen free worksheets and ideas to use with this lesson.

Full Armor From CraftingtheWordofGod.com

Armor of God for Kids crafts

Snack Soldier

Armor of God for Kids snacks

Breastplates of Righteousness

Armor of God for Kids snacks

These are better known as Sinterklaas apple wedges with a cross. But we can be creative! And here are two ideas for the shoes shod with the gospel of peace.

Mini Flip Flop Sandwich

Armor of God for Kids snacks

Flip Flop Nutter Butter Cookies

Armor of God for Kids snacks

Additional Resources

A Kid’s Guide to the Armor of God for Kids from Tony Evans

Kids’ Travel Guide to the Armor of God from Group Publishing (13 lessons)

Carson-Dellosa® Sticker Sheets

Armor of God Scripture Cards from thepelsers.com

Shield from dtk-bible.com

Clip Art Paper Doll Set from Etsy

What ideas and resources do you use for teaching the armor of God for kids?

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Christine Yount Jones is Content Director for Outreach Media Group. She has published several books and hundreds of articles about ministry in the last three decades. Before his death in 2003, Michael Yount and Christine had three children. Now, she and her husband, Ray Jones, together have five grown kids.