“The Pumpkin Patch Parable” Object Lesson

Although traditional pumpkin carving is associated with Halloween, this object lesson is all about the Light – how Jesus changes us from the inside out. Use this Pumpkin Gospel to grow your family’s faith each harvest season, and plant the gospel in their hearts with this meaningful activity! Our favorite book to read while carving […]

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Object Lesson on Joy

“Although you have not seen him you love him; even though you do not see him now yet believe in him, you rejoice with an indescribable and glorious joy,” ‭‭1 Peter‬ ‭1:8‬ We often search for joy in all sorts of places, but in Psalms it says, “in your presence is fullness of joy and […]

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An Object Lesson on Rest from Anxiety and Weary Hearts

Use this object lesson on rest to teach kids that they can trust God to give them rest. Start the object lesson out by showing the children a pillow. Explain that we use pillows to rest our heads on when we sleep. If we didn’t have a pillow we would be very uncomfortable, and we […]

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Ready to Listen in Prayer: Object Lesson

“Let those with ears use them and listen! Think carefully about the things you hear. The way you give to others is the way God will give to you. But God will give you more than you give. The person who has something will be given more. But the person who does not have much, […]

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Resurrection Eggs

We’ve been enjoying the Resurrection Eggs we purchased on amazon. We’ve discussed day one and two, and I’ve been using devotional books that we own to discuss the stories that go along with the eggs for the day. The girls are really enjoying it! Day 1 had a donkey in the egg. So we read […]

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Object Lesson About Priorities

“‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ Matthew 22:37  Here is an object lesson using quarters and a plastic Easter egg to show how you can’t make God and the things of this world the priority of your life at the same time. […]

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Share God’s Love – Object Lesson

I love doing object lessons with the kids. They are perfect tools to gain their attention, help spark their curiosity, and help them retain the information. I saw this object lesson on Facebook around Valentine’s Day, and thought that it’d be perfect for Easter! First Draw a big heart with a washable marker, with a […]

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Stop, Pray, Walk Away: Object Lesson on Self Control

There is nothing wrong with being angry.  Anger is a wonderful emotion, to show us that something is wrong.  Typically, one of the primary emotions, like fear or sadness, can be found underneath the anger. … In contrast to fear and sadness, anger can provide a surge of energy and make us feel more in charge, […]

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