Category Archives: Sunday School

Sunday School Lesson on King Josiah Topic Discussion Sunday School Lesson on King Josiah Topic Discussion


1.In Western cultures there is no shortage of Bibles. Yet widespread biblical illiteracy means that the Bible often is effectively “lost.” What would you suggest to address the problem? Biblical illiteracy is caused by people not reading the Bible. Therefore, the solution to the problem is for people to read their Bibles! We recognize, however,…
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Sunday School Lesson on King Josiah Activity Sunday School Lesson on King Josiah Activity


Into the Lesson Your browser may not support display of this image. Option #1. Write “New” on the board. Ask,-What are sights, sounds, smells, or symbols that remind you of newness?” (Some ideas include new car smell, butterflies, eggs, fresh paint.)Option #2. Write “Old Car/New Car” on the board. Ask, “What are some of the…
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Sunday School Lesson on King Josiah Sunday School Lesson on King Josiah


Josiah Brings Reform Introduction A. “Accidental” Discoveries One day in 1947 a young Bedouin goatherd left his companions in order to find a stray goat. Eventually, he came upon a cave with a small opening at its top. Suspecting that the goat may have fallen inside, he threw some stones into the opening. Instead of…
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Sunday School Lesson on Humiliation and Exaltation Topic Discussion Sunday School Lesson on Humiliation and Exaltation Topic Discussion


1.Paul uses four rhetorical “if-statements.” to depict an attitude of unity. Which of the four do you find most helpful personally? Why? What other phrases would you use to describe your relationship to the Lord? Answers will be personal and wide-ranging. If starting a phrase with “if’ seems awkward for the last question, use the…
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Sunday School Lesson on Humiliation and Exaltation Activity Sunday School Lesson on Humiliation and Exaltation Activity


Into the Lesson Before class begins, cluster the classroom chairs into groupings of two to five chairs. Pre-pare one slip of paper for each group with the phrase, Why We Do the Things We Do. Also write one of the following categories on each slip: mow the lawn; paint the house; get a college degree;…
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Sunday School Lesson on Humiliation and Exaltation Sunday School Lesson on Humiliation and Exaltation


Jesus Christ: A Portrait of God Introduction A. Servant Leadership I was recently shopping in a “big box” retail store for an electronics item. I briefly overheard three young employees of the establishment discussing an employee meeting that had been held that morning. They were making fun of the concept of “servant leadership,” which apparently…
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Sunday School Lesson on Hope in God Topic Discussion Sunday School Lesson on Hope in God Topic Discussion


1.On a scale from one to ten, how would you rate yourself in the category of “waiting on the Lord” for a patient answer to the questions you have asked Him? What steps can you take to improve your score? Allow students time to rate themselves. Some who want God to show His power and…
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Sunday School Lesson on Faith Topic Discussion Sunday School Lesson on Faith Topic Discussion


1. What may be some reasons that God won’t allow an adversary to “pitch against” you church today? What corrective action do you need to lake? We often feel that if we are meeting regularly on the Lord’s Day. taking the Lord’s Supper, giving our offerings, and carrying on the other activities of the church,…
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Sunday School Lesson on Faith Sunday School Lesson on Faith


Introduction A. Tragedy Theology The tsunami tragedy of December 26, 2004, resulted in massive loss of life. So did the earth-quake on the Pakistan-India border of October 8,2005. Many organizations and nations responded by providing immediate and continuing aid for the ones who survived but who had lost homes, possessions, and their means of livelihood….
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Sunday School Lessons on Salvation Sunday School Lessons on Salvation


Introduction A. The God Who Is Exodus 3 records Moses’ encounter with God at the burning busts. Before this event Moses had sacrificed his privileged position in the Egyptian government in order to protect one of his He-brew kinsmen. As a result Moses fled the country (Exodus 2:11-15). He became a shepherd. One day while…
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Sunday School Lessons on Salvation Topic Discussion Sunday School Lessons on Salvation Topic Discussion


1.How can the example of Jesus help Christians deal with the temptations that accompany popularity and power? Popularity and power are things that many of us won’t have to worry about personally! Even so, we all are painfully aware of “high visibility” Christian leaders who have fallen with a loud crash. Popularity and power can…
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Sunday School Lessons on Salvation Activity Sunday School Lessons on Salvation Activity


Into the Lesson Give each student a sheet of lined paper with the heading Survival List. Say, “You are stranded on an isolated isle. You know that you will note rescued for at least seven days. What do you want included in the survival kit you have fortunately brought with you?” Give the students a…
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Sunday School Lesson on Vine and Branches Topic Discussion Sunday School Lesson on Vine and Branches Topic Discussion


1.In what ways have you noticed God “pruning” your life? What have you learned from this experience? God seems to have various methods for pruning those who seek Him, doesn’t He? We see some of those ways in the pages of Scripture (examples: Luke 18:28; 19:1-10). Some refused to be pruned, with sobering consequences (examples:…
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Sunday School Lesson on Vine and Branches Activity Sunday School Lesson on Vine and Branches Activity


Distribute the following quiz about common metaphors (also printed in the student books). Correct answers are indicated in brackets. but distribute blanks for those. Challenge students to fill in the blanks without looking puttee Scripture reference. Remind your class that a metaphor is a figure of speech containing a comparison in which a word or…
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