Mother’s Day Prayer Coupons. Younger child craft idea.

Instead of the old idea of Mother’s day coupons for a free hug, or doing a certain chore, etc. try making a small booklet where the child, or an adult helping a small child can fill in things they will pray for their mother. Add drawings and a picture of the child to make it special and unique.

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Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and Children’s Day Sunday School – Children’s Church Bible Lessons

Are you looking for creative Bible lessons to use in your Sunday School and Children’s Church services for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or Children’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 Mother’s, Father’s, and Children’s Day 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 lessons and games.

5th Sunday Family Service

I’ve been a part of a few different churches that did family services on the 5th Sunday of 5 Sunday months. This happens four times a year. Some others choose to have family services on special holidays (Mother’s Day, etc.)

Some of the benefits of whole family services that we saw were: (more…)

What’s the Word for Mother’s Day? – REMARKABLE LESSON

This is a REMARKABLE Mother’s Day lesson that parodies one of the most popular apps our kids are playing on their iPods, iPads, & smartphones titled “What’s the Word? – 4 Pics, 1 Word”.

“What’s the Word for Mother’s Day?” gives your kid’s ministry a brilliant lesson created by 19 games in 4 rounds that teach incredible Biblical truths about “Mom” to your kids!

Your kids will soar in their appreciation, love, and respect for Mom as they learn that: (more…)

What’s the Word for Easter? – Remarkable Lesson

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…)

Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday School – Children’s Church Bible Lessons

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.

Easter in a Nut Shell

This is a great family service sermon outline cleverly using the capital E on the front of Easter. With each point you rotate the E to create a new word. Easter – Waster – Master.The font doesn’t allow me to rotate the E here but you can get the idea. You can use it on PowerPoint or as simple as having aster in large lettering on a overhead projector film paper with an extra large E cut out so that you can place it in front of the word and rotate it when needed. The idea creates the shell for what can be a dynamic easter family service using all that’s available, puppets illusions and stories etc. All the best. This has a great wow factor (simple but effective). Easter was when the Waster found out who the Master truly was! by Bonnie