Bible memory verses for kids can begin instilling the Word of God in young hearts that are pliable. Learning the Word of God is a lifelong quest, and it is never too early to start helping children to hide the Word of God in their hearts. When children are little, it’s good to begin teaching them short verses, and as they grow, the scripture length can grow as well.
Helping the children with simple memory verses will encourage them to grow in Christian character and to learn about their loving Savior. Matthew 19:14 says, “But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” God desires that the children know Him, and this is a wonderful way to help them to know Jesus more and more.
Teaching Bible memory verses to kids helps them to memorize important scriptures at an early age and can help them with decision making and becoming a child who is sensitive to the things of God. The world and culture around us will not be where children find their knowledge of the Lord. It must be done through us.
You can encourage our children in learning scripture by making it a positive experience. An upbeat and excited approach, and our own personal involvement will encourage them and also look at memorization as an enjoyable part of loving Jesus.
Bible memory verses for kids can be part of your daily routine at home or in Christian school settings. You can make memorization a part of your weekly Sunday School lesson and even coordinate the verse with the rest of the Sunday school classes. Choose from our list of popular and relevant verses to help your young ones begin hiding the Word of God in their hearts.
Welcome to our free Bible coloring pages!
Coloring is an enjoyable pastime for children of all ages. Choosing Bible story pictures for your children’s coloring enjoyment is a win-win! Our coloring pages are offered as a way to give a visual representation of a Biblical lesson while allowing children to add their individuality to each page, along with their contribution to being an active participant. You can couple our free Bible coloring pages with your Bible study lessons to help children remember each Bible story a little better than they would without a visual.
The pictures we offer cover many of the important and well-known stories that took place thousands of years ago but remind us that these stories have valuable spiritual and moral lessons that can be applied to our lives today. You may even want to have your own copy colored ahead of time to present with your lesson to give your learners a visual from the beginning. You will find free Bible coloring pages for the youngest artists and also those who are a little older and can fill in detail a little better.
This is a great way to spend some family time together while also talking about the valuable lessons the Word of God wants to instill in our hearts. If you need one copy or one hundred copies, each page is yours to use freely. Whether you need a few for your own children, several for Sunday School classes, or even for use in Christian education, we invite you to choose as many of the free Bible coloring pages from our site as you would like!
There are no limits, and the price is perfect-FREE! Invite your friends to join us too! There’s enough for everybody!
“‘Honor your father and your mother, as the Lord your God commanded you, that your days may be long, and that it may go well with you in the land that the Lord your God is giving you. Deuteronomy 5:16
Welcome to our page with Father’s Day ideas for church!
One of the ten commandments tells us to honor our father and mother, and this is a time of year where we can celebrate big!
Please use our Father’s Day ideas for your church and Sunday school classes.
Dad’s deserve our tribute to them for all they do. We know that times can be tough and dads feel the tremendous load of caring for their families. After working and taking care of their earthly responsibilities, we want them to know how special they are! We want to help you with ideas of how to show them that they are appreciated for their sacrifice and hard work.
Browse our Father’s Day ideas and choose which ones are perfect for your congregation. Next, take enough time to prepare for the special day so that your fathers will see the efforts and time put into showing them that they are special to your church children, their children. Encourage your Sunday school class children to give their best in participation and help them to see all the ways that their dads are special and great!
Feel free to combine your own ideas with our Father’s Day ideas for your church to create the perfect event for the children and their fathers. We want to help you create a special day that the fathers will remember for years to come.
Be sure to visit our other holiday pages for great ideas and Biblical lessons to help your children know more about Jesus!
Welcome to our Bible lessons for children!
Children begin life with some very impressionable years that give us a chance to mold them. As Christians, we want to instill our values, our morals, and our love for God into the precious lives that have been put into our care. Raising our children with the foundational teachings we find in the Word of God will start them on the right track in their early years.
In our Bible lessons for children, you will find popular stories that children have been raised on for generations. The most well-known stories throughout the generations teach us about the love of God and His faithfulness to us. Our faith has been encouraged by the stories of miracles, healings, and deliverance in the most amazing ways. The object of each lesson is to give our children a lesson they understand on their level while instilling great Biblical teachings in their hearts.
You can use our lessons alone or use them with additional activities and coloring pages to make each lesson more memorable, even turning it into an object lesson if you want to be more creative. Playing children’s church games, making Bible crafts and doing other creative activities with your lessons are fun and motivating for young people and encourage their participation. The more the children participate, the more the lessons will stay with them.
You can use our lessons at home with your own children, in a Sunday School class, or even in Christian school. Depending on the amount of time you have or want to spend on each of the Bible lessons for children, you can have a quick time of learning, or turn the lesson into a full-sized lesson.
“Don’t you know that the Scriptures say, ‘Children and infants will sing praises’?” Matthew 21:16
Is there anything more precious that hearing our little ones lift up their voices to the God we know and love? Music reaches far beyond a pretty tune and disappearing words. If affects our spirits and impresses a message on our hearts.
Children’s worship songs are an important part of raising our babies. Just as David played music for Saul that chased away an evil spirit (1 Samuel 16:23: Whenever the evil spirit from God bothered Saul, David would play his harp. Saul would relax and feel better, and the evil spirit would go away. ), our music has an impact in our atmosphere, and we need to endeavor to make it an atmosphere that God is welcomed into. He inhabits the praises of His people, and we certainly want to see Him be in the midst of our children when we lift His name in praise through songs.
Adding Children’s worship songs to your weekly lessons and time spent with your church children is more than just a time filler. Music and the positive message in it leave an impression on the hearts of our little ones along with a helpful way to memorize gospel principles.
Share our worship song selections in children’s church, your Sunday School classroom, during youth services and get togethers, and your midweek programs. Our children’s worship songs are a part of the service the children will enjoy participating in and will feel personally involved because the songs are relatable to them.
Children learning worship songs in an integral part of our Christian journey. Psalms 150 is a great example of how and why we worship with music.