Family Devotion about Noah

Noah is a great Bible Hero. You probably know most of his story. But have you ever taken the time to have a family devotion about Noah?

Noah is an example of someone who heard and listened to God’s voice. He is an example of someone who was not afraid of hard work. There were people who laughed at him. Noah made a difference in his family.


   I can make a difference like Noah


Think about it

God used Noah not because he was at the right place, at the right time, but because he walked faithfully with God (for 600 YEARS!)  If God wanted to use you today for something great, could He? What does it look like to walk faithfully? Choose today begin to walk faithfully with God because HE does what to use you, TODAY!

But  I am just a kid……

Philippians 4:13

I can do everything through him who gives me strength.


1 Timothy 4:12

Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love,

in faith and in purity.


Read Genesis 6-9

Read the passage together, then together as a family discuss the following questions and answers.

  • Where did God find Noah? (6:8)
  • What are some words used to describe Noah? (6:9)
  • Why do you think it would be hard for Noah to live righteous?
  • Noah had specific directions from God. What do you think would have happened if he decided to do his own thing? (6:14-7:5)


Read  Hebrews 11:1-2, 7

Read the passage together, then together as a family answer the following questions together.

  • How would you explain what faith is?
  • Why did it take faith for Noah to build the ark?
  • What do you have faith for?
  • Draw a picture of what you think the ark looked like.  (this is a great activity to allow younger kids to participate!)


Act on it!

Noah made a difference. Do something THIS week to make a difference in someone’s life. Even little things can make a big difference. Here are some ideas, but come up with some on your own, too!

  • Shovel the snow or cut the grass for your neighbor
  • Help your mom/dad/siblings with something without being asked
  • Say THANK YOU when others do something nice for you!
  • Be kind to a new person at school
  • Show RESPECT to those around you

For the Parents: Find a way this week to make a difference as a family. Maybe it is blessing a stranger, or bringing a meal to someone in need. Find a need and fill it TOGETHER! When you have, tell us about it.  Post a comment below and let us know how you liked the family devotion about Noah. We want to hear how God is using your family!



Want some more easy Family Devotions?

If you are looking for more resources to help teach your kids about faith and have quality family devotion time, check out some of these articles.

David the Giant Killer

David’s Friendship

Finding Faith

Go for the gold with God

More lessons and devotions here


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About the Author

Ron is happily married to his best friend, and dad to the best daughter you could imagine. As a teacher and children's pastor, he has over 20 years experience of teaching, leading, writing, creating and consulting. He has written for churches, contributed to several collaborative publications, and written a #1 Best Selling Devotional, Got Fruit? on Amazon. His blog is consistantly listed in the Top 40 Children's Ministry Blogs and Websites. Don't hesitate to ask if you think he could help you and your ministry in any way.

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