The Widow’s Mite (Mark 12:38-44) Sunday School Lesson and Activities

God wants more than just “leftovers”! As servants of the Lord, we want to give Him our best. Sometimes this means monetary tithing, but even more importantly, we offer God our time and talents, and give Him our love and the love we share with others. The Bible promises that when we offer what we have to God, we will … (Read more)

Be the Salt (Mark 9:38-50) Sunday School Lesson and Activities

These days, being “salty” isn’t much of a compliment…so what does it mean to have “salt” in our lives as Christians? Jesus calls us to flavor and influence the world for Him. This lesson focuses on a somewhat tricky passage in the Gospel of Mark, examining what it means to follow the Lord wholeheartedly and impact others as we do.  … (Read more)

Who Is the Greatest? Mark 9:30-37 Sunday School Lesson and Activities

What makes someone great? We tend to equate greatness with personal achievement, success, or power. However, Jesus turned such ideas upside down by asserting that to be truly great requires humility and recognition that identity is found in God alone. Rather than focusing on competition and esteem, we should look to God for strength and realize our dependence on Him. … (Read more)

Jesus Heals a Deaf (Mark 7:31-37) Sunday School Lesson and Activities

The miracles of Jesus never cease to amaze and inspire belief. This powerful account in Mark 7:31-37 is a wonderful example. The people who witness his power are amazed and proclaim, “He has done everything well,” they said. “He even makes the deaf hear and the mute speak.” Use this free Sunday School lesson and activities in your children’s ministry. … (Read more)

“Transfiguration of Jesus” Children’s Sermon Object Lesson (Matthew 17:1–8, Mark 9:2–8, Luke 9:28–36)

Jesus took Peter, James, and John up onto a mountain to be alone. These disciples witnessed an amazing event. As they watched, Jesus transfigured (changed appearance). His face shone like the sun and his clothes became as white as the light. Although they had been long dead, Moses and Elijah appeared with Jesus and the three of them spoke together. Finally, a cloud enveloped them and a voice from the cloud said, “This is my Son . . . listen to him.”

Use this Children’s Sermon / Bible Object Lesson on the Transfiguration in your Sunday School, Kids Church, or Children’s Ministry. Download the printable lesson plan below and watch our video teaching example to get started. Related lesson ideas for this children’s sermon child activities bible bible lesson children children sunday school lessons children’s children’s bible children’s lesson children’s object lesson … (Read more)