Tag Archive: children’s sermons

Jan 19

7 free children’s sermons for Lent

In preparation for Lent, I have written seven free lessons for your use! My hope is that you will find this resource helpful for you as you interpret the “Change for Children” campaign to the young people of your church. While written primarily for a Children’s Sermon format, these object lessons could be used in a Sunday …

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Dec 21

Angels point the way! An object lesson for Christmas Eve

angel-ornament

Objects needed: An angel ornament, or picture of an angel Theme/Main Idea: Just as the angels announced the good news of Jesus birth to the shepherds, we can tell others about why we really celebrate Christmas. There are plenty of people out there that don’t really know, and we can point them to Jesus! Presentation: …

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Dec 14

“Jumping for Joy!” An object lesson for the 4th Sunday of Advent

jumping-rope

Objects needed: A jump rope. Theme/Main Idea: God keeps his promises, and that should cause us to jump for joy! Presentation: “Have you ever been so happy that it was hard to hold it in? Yes? What are some of the reasons you have had to be happy? [let children share] Wow! Those are great …

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Dec 08

Where is the fruit? An object lesson for the 3rd week of Advent

fruit-bowl

Objects needed: A piece of fruit, or several different fruits. Theme/Main Idea: What we do to help others shows that on the inside something has changed. Just as a good tree bears good fruit, we want people to see the “fruit” from our lives and see that it’s because God has changed our hearts! Presentation: …

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Dec 03

“Preparing the Way” An object lesson for the 2nd Sunday of Advent

Objects needed: A piece of red fabric that could be “rolled out” like a red carpet. Theme/Main Idea: When someone important is coming, we prepare. At certain special events, we “roll out the red carpet,” either figuratively or literally. How are we preparing for Jesus this season? Presentation: “I have a question for you this …

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Nov 23

“The Branch” An object lesson for the 1st week of Advent

Objects needed: A seedling, branch, or picture of stump/seedling/nursery log Theme/Main Idea: Even when things seem hopeless, God gives us hope. When nothing is left of the tree but the stump, there is still life there… just waiting for the right season to spring up again. Presentation: “How are you this morning, children? Can I …

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Oct 16

Would you consider “Change for Children” this Christmas?

CFC-logo

Once again, I would like to make available to you and your church free Advent children’s object lessons! While written primarily for a Children’s Sermon format, these object lessons could be used in a Sunday school setting, youth group, or even as sermon illustrations! None of the lessons are dependent on Change for Children (CFC) …

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Jan 15

Even more FREE children’s sermons!

Free Sermons

It may seem a little early to be thinking about Easter, but from my time serving in the church, I know how quickly Lent and Easter can come upon us! I also remember what a busy time it was with all the extra planning and preparation. Well, my hope is that this gift to you …

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Oct 16

Would you consider “Change for Children” this Christmas?

The Angels of Christmas

Once again, I would like to make available to you and your church free Advent children’s object lessons! While written primarily for a Children’s Sermon format, these object lessons could be used in a Sunday school setting, youth group, or even as sermon illustrations! None of the lessons are dependent on Change for Children (CFC) …

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Oct 03

More FREE Children’s sermons!

More free childrens sermons

It may seem a little early to be thinking about Christmas, but from my time serving in the church, I know how quickly advent can come upon us! I also remember what a busy time it was with all the extra planning and preparation. Well, my hope is that my early Christmas gift to you …

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