Sunday School Lessons


Sunday School Lesson: Fruit of the Spirit

The Fruits of the Spirit are all contrary to our sinful human nature. It does not come naturally for us to be loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, kind, good, faithful, gentle, or self-controlled. If we want these fruits in our lives, we have to depend on God to grow them. This is a vital lesson to teach all children who are learning to grow in their faith.

Sunday School Lesson: Creation

Whenever we are creative, with pencils, crayons, paint, clay, or some other way, we are mimicking our creative God. Go crafted humans and everything in the world in just six days, and His divine creativity made everything beautiful and unique. This lesson will help children see God's power through the story of creation, and help them see new ways to worship and connect with him.

Sunday School Lesson: The 10 Commandments

God gave us the 10 Commandments, not as a list of "do nots" but as a way to guide us to living a sweet life. Children in this lesson will see how obeying God's law can help them be sweet to others, and make life sweeter than a box of doughnuts.

Sunday School Lesson: Noah and the Big Flood

While the story of Noah and the ark is commonly a fun children's story, this lesson will help children to see both the dark background of the story, and the bright hope of God's promise to protect Noah and never flood the earth again. Children will learn also to trust God even when it's hard, just like Noah did.

Sunday School Lesson: Christ in You

When Christ dwells within us we enter a new life path. Prayer and Scripture study help us discover and apply the principles of life in Christ.

Sunday School Lesson: Questions on Ethics

The overarching issue facing believers continues to be, Will we stubbornly cling to our personal views or will we commit to biblical standards? Will we follow the absolute principles of the Word of God or be tempted to devise our own guidelines as we are influenced by culture?

Sunday School Lesson: Decorating the Tree

This children's sermon uses Christmas ornaments to remind kids that it's not just the tree that needs decorating. As we celebrate the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ and God's love for us, we ought to be decorating our lives with things that reflect God's love to others.

Sunday School Lesson: Play Ball!

When you first start playing baseball, standing at bat can be a scary thing. But every star baseball player started in that same place and only got better with practice and help from others. According to this children's sermon, lots of things in life are like that, but with the help of God who cares for us and gives us the strength and courage we need -- we can accomplish many things.

Sunday School Lesson: Don't Litter Your Life

With the help of some empty cans, bottles, and old newspapers, this children's sermon teaches that when we disobey God, it is like scattering litter in our lives. God wants the very best for us, and sin keeps us from being our best. That's why it's so wonderful that Jesus came and gave His life for us. He reaches down to forgive us and cleanse our hearts -- like sweeping away the litter.

Sunday School Lesson: Growing Like a Seed

Jesus said that if we had faith as great as a mustard seed -- and that's a tiny seed -- God could use us in a wonderful way. This children's sermon invites kids to thank god for what he is doing in their lives as he grows them up to serve him in special and exciting ways.