Sunday School Lessons for Kids
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All of our Sunday School Lessons for Kids, Children’s Church or Kid’s Church lessons are FREE for your use in Sunday School or Church. They are fun, short, and easy to print out or share! The children of the church, as well as adults, will leave with a smile from these meaningful Children’s Church Lessons. Feel free to look at each category on the right to find the perfect Sunday School and Church Lessons for children on our site. We encourage you to share our pages and posts on your social sites, there are social icon buttons at the bottom of each page or post.
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Sunday School Lessons for Kids – Christian Lessons added Monthly
My personal favorites are The Face of God and The Thanksgiving Lesson using the story of Stone Soup. Another enjoyable lesson is The Light Within. This lesson revolves around a little boy who loves to write. It shows what can happen when Christians encourage other Christians. This is perfect for a FUN Kid’s Church.
MAIL A LETTER TO GOD
Believe it or not, a letter can be mailed to God. This lesson is a great deal of fun and has activities. Check out the newest lessons on the Children’s Church lessons page. You can find some of the newest lessons posted like Peppered with Love, and Springing from Christ’s Love (perfect for the Spring season) and teaching children about growing things in the garden and how to reuse them at home.
PRAY FOR A MIRACLE
Another favorite is Pray for a Miracle!
THE FACE OF GOD
My favorite lesson. Guaranteed to bring a big smile to even the most sour of the congregation. The kids love looking for the Face of God. Find this lesson on our Children’s Church Lessons page.
CHRISTIAN BEDTIME STORIES
We are very excited to announce that our new Christian Bedtime Stories page ready to be viewed and we hope it is a blessing to you and your family.
For a terrific Thanksgiving Children’s Church lesson try The Thanksgiving Lesson based on the children’s story Stone Soup.