Teaching the Word of God should not be boring, least of all to children. And while fun presentations captivate children, you want your teaching to be more than entertainment. Ultimately, effective teachers want their students to be in awe of the Bible, inspired by it, emotionally moved by it, and then equipped by it to effect true life change. How do you make Bible lessons engaging and transformational? With a full belt of fun, creative teaching and application tools, even a solo teacher can bring life—and life change—into Bible lessons.
This tool is adapted from "Four Ways to Teach the Bible Creatively," a PromiseLand Conference workshop by Aaron Reynolds. PromiseLand is a ministry of the Willow Creek Association.
This Resource contains all of the following:
Audience Participation 101
Engage all the children in the lesson by putting a few children on stage.
Advanced Audience Participation
Make the whole assembly a stage, where every child is involved in the story.
The Art Attack
Engage the visual learners with something more powerful than flannelgraph.
The Game Show
Engage children through television’s popular audience participation technique.
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|Topics:||Children, Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Creativity, Sunday school, Teaching|
|Filters:||Children, Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Sunday school, Sunday school|
|References:||Galatians 6:6, Deuteronomy 6:6, 1 Kings 10:1|
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