Category Archives: Children’s Games

Child Discipleship: Gospel Scavenger Hunt

    GOD LOVES YOU GOSPEL TRACT   This is the link to the tract mentioned below in the curriculum. Don’t go past page 17 of Gospel Tract in a group – go through remainder when they come to you one one. … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Zacchaeus Review Game

To access reproducible Zacchaeus Game Board click here   If you like this game check out the unique philosophy of Sunday Plus; as well as Sunday Plus Curriculum

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CHILD DISCIPLESHIP: The Beatitudes Game

  THE BEATITUDES GOD’S TRANSFORMATION OF THE HEART Each Sunday Plus Bible Focus lesson includes a Nook (Gathering Questions and opening game), a Reality Check (where the kids actually experience the concept)click here, Hearing the Word (presentation and breaking down of the actual scripture)click here, and a Craft. The … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: COMPETITION – LIN AND TEBOW

                   God has lifted two young men who walk with Him into the spotlight over the last few months – Jeremy Lin and Tim Tebow. This has brought up a conversation in … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: New Memory Verse Games

Confusion John 3:16 & 17       Materials:  copy of verse per kid, three blindfolds PREP Make a copy of the verse for each kid. Consider if you will play in Primary or Secondary teams. The game though played as … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: SUMMER SUPER SUNDAYS

Summer is a time for a more relaxed format. Volunteers deserve some time off. Kids love the change too.     Super Sundays are a special Sunday A.M. experience for children entering grades 2-7. Super Sundays run through the summer months … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Family Time Advent Booklet.

Advent is a great opportunity to set a family tradition – weekly lighting of the Advent Wreath. Advent wreaths can be made out of anything – you don’t need an actual wreath. Below is a booklet you can download and … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: More Gathering Games

  LOOK CAREFULLY  Materials:  none Object: be the first player to discover what is changed. One kid is chosen to be “IT” and stand in front of the other kids. “IT” slowly turns around three times. The other kids examine “IT” – … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Gathering/Opening Questions

“The doctor told me I have bugs in my stomach. He is going to get rid of the bugs,” Simone shared as she sat in the circle with her Trek Team. INTENTIONAL RELATIONSHIP BUILDING The kids look forward to this … Continue reading

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Child Discipleship: Sunday Plus The Big Picture

A gospel-centered curriculum, Sunday Plus guides a church through intentional child discipleship. Becoming “Specialists” or “Disciplers,” adults employ their innate giftedness with children, helping them internalize truth while deepening their relationship with Jesus and the local Body of Christ. Parents … Continue reading

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