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Free Childrens Sermons

  Object lessons /  for Sunday School, Junior Youth Group / Homeschool / Family Devotions & Bible Lessons

Aug 14 and 21st 2022  - Click the links below for the full story / teaching

Kids sermon on greed (Teachers: This could be used for the Parable of the Rich Young Fool Luke 12:13-21)
 The Rich Fool ( a new angle on this)

Jesus at the Home of Mary and Martha- The most important thing!  

Treasure in Heaven Luke 12 (for August 7th) or try this  Being ready for Christ's return -

Interpreting the Times - (August 14th RCL / ACNA) It's always the right time to follow Jesus! (Sunday School Teachers: The idea of Jesus bringing division might be hard for very young children in your group. So, I'm focusing on "Understanding the times" and the basic idea / theme that it's always time be a follower of Jesus.
Jesus heals on the Sabbath Day (Kids message- It's always time to do good!)
Back to School- Summer will be over soon. Remind your kids who they belong to!

These Sermons for Children are:

Short

Children have a short attention.

Biblical

Good theology in a simple form.

Fun

 Ministry to children has gotta be fun!

Interactive

Kids learn by using all the senses.
This Sunday's verse Luke 12:
12:54 He also said to the crowds, "When you see a cloud rising in the west, you immediately say, 'It is going to rain'; and so it happens.
12:55 And when you see the south wind blowing, you say, 'There will be scorching heat'; and it happens.
12:56 You hypocrites! You know how to interpret the appearance of earth and sky, but why do you not know how to interpret the present time?"

Note to Pastors and Ministry leaders: These interactive children's sermons would fit with most faith traditions (Anglican, Baptist, Pentecostal, United Methodist, Roman Catholic or Evangelical Churches) Most Object lesson items can be obtained from home, a thrift store or a dollar store.



>Children's sermon video Jesus the Bread of Life

 Kids video on the love of God

Word of Encouragement for Sunday School Teachers / Youth Pastors: When you feel worn out and unappreciated remember this: Jesus said, “Let the children come unto me” (Matthew 19:13-14) and “whoever welcomes one of these children welcomes me and the one who sent me” (Mark 9:37) Amazing! By welcoming children and ministering to them in Jesus’ name we are welcoming the Father and the Son. What could be more significant than that!  A. H.