Children’s Ministry Today has a great selection of lessons and games for your Christian Church Palm Sunday and Easter Children’s Worship services at Children’s Ministry Today’s Marketplace website.
CMT’s Easter lessons are created to powerfully instill strong children’s Bible lesson truths in a motivationally fun interactive way that kids enjoy and remember.
These Sunday School and Children’s Church lessons have wonderful games and attention-keeping ways of teaching spiritual truths to children. Best of all, you can download these Easter and Palm Sunday lessons and games.
Also – Downloadable Easter and Palm Sunday Lessons are HERE on the Children’s Ministry Inspiration Vault.
This is a REMARKABLE Easter lesson that parodies one of the most popular apps our kids are playing on their iPods, iPads, & smartphones titled “What’s the Word?”.
When producing this lesson, “What’s the Word” was showing an OUTSTANDING 5 Star rating with nearly 580,000 user votes in the iTunes app store!
“What’s the Word for Easter?” provides your kids with (more…)
Are you looking for creative Bible lessons to use in your Sunday School and Children’s Church services for Valentine’s Day?
Children’s Ministry Today has a great selection of lessons and games for your Christian Church holiday services at the www.ChildrensMinistry.org website.
Each Valentine lesson is excitingly designed to powerfully instill strong children’s Bible lesson truths in a motivationally fun interactive way.
These Sunday School and Children’s Church lessons have wonderful games and attention-keeping ways of teaching spiritual truths to children. Best of all, you can download these Valentine lessons and games.
Trick cartooning is an incredibly easy and fun method that captures kids’ attention, betters behavior, and helps them remember Biblical truths for a long, long time. We use trick cartooning in all of our crusade services and about twice a month in a regular children’s church setting.
How effective is it at capturing kids’ attention?
During a recent crusade, the pastor’s wife, made this statement after an evening service. I was just intrigued by what you were drawing. Suddenly, I made myself stop watching you and look around the room. There was absolutely no movement (more…)
Let’s say we are sitting together right now, sharing a cup of coffee, and I ask you “Are you achieving your maximum potential in ministry?” You respond, “I’m not sure.” So I ask, “What gifts has God placed within you?”, what is your response? Would you say music, drama, intuitiveness, caring, wisdom, etc…?
Earlier this year, I took a spiritual giftings survey along with a session I was teaching for a group of leaders. There were (more…)
I listened intently as a friend shared from several scriptures. One scripture in particular challenged me to the very core of my spirit. I have read through it in at least ten translations. I believe the best translation is from the New Century Version.
Carefully consider God’s words to Joshua in Joshua 13:1. God says, “There is still much land for you to take.” (more…)
Puppet play for Christmas.
When I do puppet plays, I usually record the script beforehand – using different ‘character’ voices, and then play it back while children operate the (glove) puppets.This way I am able to ‘watch’ the entire group, and also have a puppet/human dialogue if required. For this play, you will need one animal (I use a sheep) and four ‘human’ puppets. Write the word Christmas on a large piece of paper, and display it in a prominent position. (more…)