Faith Lessons and Stories - Bible Crafts and Projects

  • Why is God's heart deeply troubled?

    “The LORD then said to Noah, ‘Go into the ark, you and your whole family, because I have found you righteous in this generation. Take with you seve...
  • What does Christ want for each of us?

    Being willing to respond to Jesus's call is one of the most important things you can teach your child. Her identity is not in her abilities, her ...
  • They weren't the smartest, they weren't the best looking, they weren't the strongest...


    So what made Peter and Andrew different from everyone else?

    “’Come, follow me,’ Jesus said, ‘and I will send you out to fish for people.’” – Matthew 4:19 NIV When Jesus met Peter and his brother Andrew, th...
  • What does Scripture encourage us to do and Why?

    Finally, don’t allow this lesson to be the last time that you bring up this verse. Scripture encourages us to meditate. This word was the same wor...
  • How I came to understand Proverb 15:1

    The next step in effectively teaching your child a Proverb is to make sure they understand it. Having verses memorized is great. But if they don’...
  • Should You help Your child Grow in Wisdom?

    “A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.” – Proverbs 15:1 (NIV) Proverbs are like seeds, just waiting to take root in ...
  • God created the heavens and the earth, but out of what?

    Before you dig too deeply into the Psalm, ask your child to think of some things that people have created. They may mention houses, cars, movies, ...
  • The Heavens declare it... the skies proclaim it... what is it?

    “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.” – Psalm 19:1

    The Psalms are songs of worship. They call us to praise God for who he is and what he has done. They remind us of our great dependence on him. And they lead us into his presence. Psalm 19 begins with these famous words, “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands” (Psalm 19:1). 

  • Was Eve really Adam's "helper" ?

    After you’ve established our human need for relationship, note how God created a ‘helper’ for Adam. This word, ‘helper’, that scripture uses to refer to Eve does not mean someone who is inferior. In fact, a number of Old Testament passages actually use this same word to talk about how God was Israel’s ‘helper.’ A ‘helper’ in the Old Testament comes alongside someone and helps him accomplish the things he needs to accomplish.
  • Why does a man leave his father?

    “That’s why a man leaves his father and mother and is joined to his wife. The two of them become one.”  
    The book of Genesis records many beginnings. We read about the beginning of creation and the origin of humanity. We find out about the first sin, the first cities, and the first people. And in the midst of all that, we also read about the very first marriage. It’s a marriage that serves as a pattern for every other God ordained marriage. 

  • Matthew 6:33: Part Two

    After you’ve helped them understand the idea of ‘worrying’, read what Jesus says in Matthew 6:25-32. Ask them, “How does worry help us? Does it solve any problems? How might it even make our problems worse?”
  • Are you stressed? Can God help you? How to explain worry to a Child

    It’s been said that the Bible is shallow enough for a child to wade into it but deep enough for a scholar to drown in. What does that mean? The Bible can be approached in many different ways, and in many different depths. We can get just a taste, or we can also dive right in. It's that powerful.