Easter is on it’s way, and I am sure you are looking for that perfect lesson to teach on one of your biggest weekends of the year.
Let me tell you a little secret—- there is no such thing as a perfect lesson.
Now if you are looking for a great lesson, that will be fun and is flexible at the same time, then I can make a suggestion.
(11 other Easter Resources here!)
Our friends at Orange have put together a FREE Easter lesson for anyone who would like it.
What is Orange? They are a provider of some great resources that all help the church reach kids and their family at the same time. Check out some info on Orange Strategy here.
Whether you use Orange on a weekly basis, or have never heard of them, this lesson can still be a great resource for you.
You can choose to use the lesson as is, or choose to use only parts of the lesson. The nice thing is you can be flexable and use the material the best way to suit your needs.
There is a video lesson, printable handouts, multiple activities, and even a small group time.
Ready for a FREE Easter Lesson?
Are you looking for more great family devotion resources? Check out an Amazon #1 best selling children’s ministry book: Got Fruit: a guide to family devotions based on the fruit of the spirit.
Your child’s relationship with God must extend beyond Sunday morning. Parents have to take a leading role in the discipleship of their kids. Based on the Fruit of the Spirit, Got Fruit? is an effective tool to help parents disciple their children. If you are looking for help with your family devotion time, Got Fruit? is for you! Through this devotional you will be guided through discussions that build on each of the 9 fruits of the spirit. Each of the 9 devotionals include bible passages that highlight the highlighted fruit as well as a few related thoughts. Also included is a series of discussion questions that will help you guide your children in a conversation to bring truth and understanding. This short devotional is a perfect tool to guide you as you disciple your children into a deeper relationship and understanding with God.
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