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  1. You know I’m going to say I love this post. You are spot on about some kids needing adult attention. Hurting kids especially need that measure of grace at church. I developed my “look” years ago and still use it today. The BEST tip ever! 🙂

  2. If anything I run the risk of going too graphic. I want the kids, and adults, to know and to think about how bad his punishment was and he willingly took that for us.

    • I agree— we look at the whole subject differently if we stop and consider the pain, suffering, and torture Jesus endured for us. I think that is important for our kids to understand.

  3. Just started following you. You can follow me now too. 🙂

  4. I am LOVING the Messages from Monsters. It’s the first curriculum I’ve used in the ministry with visual tools like this and it’s a huge hit. It’s definitely something we will do more of. The kids (varying from the age of three through the 4th grade) really grasped the concepts, connected to the movie characters, and understood how they could apply the lessons to their lives. I am very pleased with the curriculum and plan to go back to it every now and again.

  5. Thanks so much for your kind words Glenna! Praying your kids continue to be excited and learn, and also praying for you as you lead and teach them. Feel free to contact me if I can do anything to help.

  6. You could yell TO them – like “Get off of those train tracks!!” But I think of yelling AT them as involving anger, and that never goes well.

    Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger; for the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God. (James 1:19-20)

  7. This is exactly a strategy used in high-intensity situations when trying to calm down someone who is possibly violent: speak to them softly, in fact, so softly that they have to lower their voice to hear you.

    Also – I wonder to what degree our cultural heritage plays into this. I am someone who normally speaks at a low volume, but some people seem to normally speak at a high volume. They seem surprised when I comment that they seem to be yelling at me – they think that is normal volume!

  8. Great post! God’s plan are above ours!

  9. Thanks for reading— It is easy to find myself in a difficult situation and wonder where God is, only to later realize he was with me the whole time.

  10. Chheng Rathy | July 13, 2016 at 3:58 am |

    I like this kind of short devotion and it is really encouraged.

  11. Hi! Downloaded your Summer Games curriculum. Just wondered… do you have a “PARENT TALK” sheet for the World’s Strongest Man lesson or just for the Xtreme Wrestling?
    Thanks! We’re using this all in conjunction with our Summer Olympics themed summer camp.

  12. Wow – this resource is great – thanks so much for putting it together. I realize that it’s from last fall, but as we continue to make our mark in the children’s ministry world, it will be great to connect with these folks! And who knows – maybe we’ll make your 2016 list (although it sounds like so much work – do you plan on doing another list this year?). Looking forward to getting to know you and your blog better.

  13. Great post! I’ll be sharing this for sure.

  14. Thank you so much for the excellent way of demonstrating the problems of telling lies !

  15. Great post! Thank you, I’ll be sharing on twitter soon!

  16. Seeing my eye disease called “tel-angiec-tasia” by looking at it through God’s perspective. And Isaiah 55:8-9 “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither your ways my ways, “declares the Lord”. As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts. The ladybug story you are about to read gives me the assurance that my God is in control. I hope you will read it and if you are going through a difficult time, this might me helpful,

    • Thanks for reading Roy! The ladybug has helped me more than once to remember my perspective can differ from God’s perspective. He has a bigger plan than what I can see in front of me.

  17. You have some wonderful ideas on your site. I teach 3 4 & 5 years old at our church. Lately they have decided they don’t like coloring so I’ve had a hard time finding things they like to do. Looks like ‘ve found several on your site. Thans so much for sharing. Jean

    • Thanks for reading Jean! So glad you found something helpful. Don’t hesitate to let me know if I can ever do anything for you.

  18. Shannon Stueven | August 19, 2017 at 11:14 pm |

    This is a very simple concept about lying that I think I can use with my young children’s group at church. Thank you for sharing!

    • Thanks for reading Shannon— I think your kids will understand lies a little better once you do this with them.

  19. Love, love love this Ron. Thanks. I think we can fit this into our DC4K activities. I’m thinking the last night for our celebration

  20. Beverly Griffith | November 13, 2017 at 2:24 pm |

    Try fishersofkids.com
    Completely free curriculum. Great use of puppets and skits. We have made several videos if the skits in the 10 commandments lessons as well as the fruits of the spirit lessons.

  21. Ron, how was keeping your resolutions? Any positive movement?

  22. Hey! This is a great list! I created a great lesson for Good Friday and Easter Sunday last year using slime. If you would like to add it to the list you can! https://www.kidmincorinne.com/blog/easter-slime-object-lesson

  23. Elisabeth | May 15, 2018 at 1:47 pm |

    Absolutely love your series. Thank you for being so generous and sharing your talents. May you be blessed beyond measure as they have blessed us.

  24. Good points, Ron. The more I pray and read and read the Bible, the more relevant scriptures come to mind to help me know what to do.

  25. Demetria High | October 20, 2018 at 8:44 pm |

    Awesome and simple activity to open up clarity in lying that children can easily understand! Love it and can’t wait to use it for tomorrow’s lesson for children’s church!

  26. I stopped using the word “story” when teaching the Biblical record to kids about 15 years ago for many of the same issues you discuss in you article. My concern increased when I remembered that a number of parents, teachers etc. say to children “Are you telling a story?” As though that phrase is used synonymously with “Are you telling a lie?”

    You came up with some terms I had not thought of before. I have used “record” or “account.”

    Thank you for this article.

  27. I stopped calling the people of the Bible “characters” for the same reason.

  28. We always make sure not to call them stories or characters as well: we also reinforce after every lesson that the Bible is TRUE and is not a bunch of made up stories. Everything in the Bible is true.

    • Exactly. It is all true. Funny how the words we choose- calling them stories or characters- can possibly take away from that truth and cause doubt. Thanks for reading David.

  29. Were you told a Bible story as a kid? Did the teacher talk about the characters in the story? Did you see cartoons and such that also described the story and the characters? My point being, yes, I’ve been to the Ark Encounter. I suggest everyone everyone should go there at some point. I saw the whole section on the children’s books. I was deeply intrigued by it. There is definitely sincer truth to it. However, you stated that it’s hard to have faith as an adult and you questioned how hard it might be for a child. There are many verses throughout the Bible that tells adults they should believe like a child, have faith of a child. Fact is those Bible Stories you now won’t tell were the basis of your faith and millions more before you. I agree we should be cautious but we should always Love to tell the story, just as you love to tell stories of your past and your ancestors. Tell the story!! Tell it just like you do when you’re taking about what happened yesterday at work! Tell the story as if you were there
    because when you go to calvary, it will change you, and you will tell the story with great vigor. Just my thought.

    • I think you missed the OP’s intention. He did not write he won’t teach these things, but that he wouldn’t address then as “stories.” At the end of his post he makes it clear that he will teach about Jesus’s birth, death, Noah, etc.

  30. Stories they are and stories they will remain. Stories are powerful and connect to the heart. I talk to my kids all the time about the difference between TRUE stories and made up stories but there are stories for a reason. If you want to teach facts that don’t touch the heart, go ahead and teach history (I for one always despised history class). If you want to change hearts, keep telling the stories that really matter.

    • Thanks for reading Eric. There’s have been many comments on Facebook with people distinguishing between a story and a “true story”. Like you say, there is a major difference between truth and make believe. If we are intentional with explaining that, that’s great. My concern is: if we aren’t intentional, our choice of words and lack of explaination may unintentionally and unconsciously lead to cracks in someone’s spiritual foundation.

  31. You are not overthinking the issue of young people abandoning Jesus and His Church. Using words precisely is very important, and failing to be precise, and also at a kid’s level of understanding,can contribute to a child having doubts about what they were taught.

  32. Ron,
    I appreciate the points you try to make here about importance of passing on our Christian faith to the next generation — and specifically to our own kids.
    I think, however, you’re getting tripped up over the word “story” or “stories”. Yes people today hear different things when stories are told. Because of rampant unbelief in the supernatural, stories from the past are treated like myths. It’s as if history didn’t begin until 1960.
    But this is a problem of secular education, not of stories that tell truths of the past. Jesus Himself told stories all the time to convey truths, called parables. The parables weren’t what caused people to not believe then just as stories don’t today. It’s always been the Enemy that steals away the seeds of faith.
    I suggest the problem we face today is the onslaught of attacks against truth in most public education and even some Christian schiols. Parents should take extreme care where their children are learning their “stories”. I recommend parents teach their children at home or where they know teachers who teach both the truths of Christian stories along with the Truth Himself. That’s the most intentional thing any Christian parent can do in these evil days.

  33. Tracy Valentine | December 24, 2018 at 9:49 am |

    Excellent commentary. There is so much focus on the words we use, and communicating specific ideas requires preciseness. I also cringe at the use of “story” to describe Biblical events, for that same reason. We Christians have the greatest news to share, and we must share it with care and precision.

  34. The word “story” is also part of the word “History”. Usage is important, but we can make it clear to those we are teaching or sharing with that what we share is history, or true-story. Interestingly, many movies based on historical events will state “based on a true story”.

  35. There’s another aspect to this. Children learn about our great forgiving, merciful, kind, enduring God thru our lives, our actions, and our words. Our attitudes, our willingness to ask forgiveness, to be real, transparent- all these things – show our children and others the true reality of our God, His Son, and His Holy Spirit. I know kids that were at church for every event, heard all the stories but rejected the faith because the parents were just living a religious life, without any of the truth or how God directs us to live by power in His Holy Spirit. When someone talks the launguage but doesn’t live the truth, it can be devastating causing others to reject a Christianity that is not truly seen. So, teach those ‘stories’, tell the stories as true, but live the spirit filled life, asks no forgivness humbly when you fail, and showing love to all. Then our children will be captured by our faith and see the reality of it. The stories aren’t so hard to believe when they are happening to us in our everyday life.

  36. When I (we) Teach prayerfully you are telling the chidren this is God’s word. And it’s true. I also believe that they are bible characters
    God created individuals that have different characteristics. From God just like you and me. I mean what man says he’ll follow Jesus to his death then dents him that’s quite a character. Teach them the living word.

  37. ResourceWell.org has a free 3-year curriculum for ages 2-14.

  38. Medjine Philis | July 7, 2019 at 10:44 pm |

    Oh woww. I love this article. That is exactly how i feel right now, God called me for ministry even though it is not clear to me of i m getting there, but reading this devotion gives an assurance that He is really the One who equips i jus need to trust Him deeply in the process. Thank you this was a blessed reading.

    Abundant Blessings!

  39. Stella Musau | October 19, 2019 at 4:33 am |

    You have just given me an idea! I will from now on be making something for as a reminder of some event. Thank you.

  40. Open.life church – amazing free curriculum I have been using their elementary curriculum called Konnect station for over three years and have not paid a dime. There is a 20 minute video with every lesson that includes a Bible story and a Bible verse and there are support activities including discussion questions and crafts. My kids absolutely love the videos, they are very connected to the characters and are thrilled when we show it. I know some churches aren’t really pro video, but the biggest benefit is that even if my leaders show up unprepared after watching the video with the kids we are all ready for the lesson

  41. Thanks Ron for your insights and words. I noticed there is a typo…: it comes from God. From the forgiveness we ahve through Jesus and

  42. Sidyne Mavodza | January 12, 2020 at 12:17 am |

    Thanks Ron and God bless. Very very enlightening.

  43. Orlando Lores Sanchez | February 24, 2020 at 4:39 pm |

    Dear Dr., it is an honor to be able to write from this small island called Cuba, where it is difficult to reach your literature at this time due to situations that the Lord Jesus does not ignore. I am the father of 2 preteens and as the main person in charge of their formation and spiritual help, unfortunately I can only see the titles of their publications on topics so demanded today, I ask them if they will help me with their literature because for my family it is of great need.
    I am sorry that I could not finish because I have limitations on the Internet and by this means no, I beg you to help us because, as St. Paul says, the truth cannot be imprisoned.
    God bless you much.

    Sincerely, Orlando Lores Sanchez

  44. Looking forward to sharing with some family members. Thank you!

    • Thanks Anita– I pray it is of benefit to you and the families you share it with.

    • So bless by staying home,with so much material to work with the familiy is a lot of help thank you! Pastor Ron for all you work
      God bless!!

  45. Sheryl F. | April 6, 2020 at 9:03 am |

    Oh my gosh, I’m so excited! My 23 yr. old daughter now has a son. Years ago, she had a set of resurrection eggs where almost all the pieces where made from the materials they represented. Of course, as years passed one or two have been lost. I have been looking for a new set to replace what was lost. All I have been able to find are plastic representations. I am more determined than ever for my grandson. This is so much better! Thank you for the idea.

  46. Jenny Taylor | April 11, 2020 at 12:52 am |

    Thank you
    My daughter in law out of the blue (after years of prayer) asked me to share the Easter story with my grandsons 4 and 6. Its very last minute and left me scrambling for resources. Every story Ive looked at has been dumbed down so much there is little truth left. I was beginning to doubt myself thinking all these childhood experts must know better but you have given me the confidence to speak truth to them. The Easter story makes no sense without the suffering. There was a price to pay for our salvation and only Jesus could do it. The resurrection does not even sound real without what went before. These kids have been brought up on batman and star wars. They know about evil, good and bad, right and wrong, they even understand the concept of heroes making sacrifices for the good of others and yet in church we try to spare kids the realities. So I’m going to write my own story with some graphics – nothing too confronting. Thanks so much for what you have shared – it will guide how I present this to my precious family.

    • Thanks so much for sharing Jenny. Kids can often understand more than we give them credit for, but we do have to be sure to communicate in a way that is appropriate.

      The Resurrection doesn’t mean much of you don’t know what led up to it. I’m glad you found this- and yes- be confident when you teach. I’ll be praying for you and your family. I’d love to hear how it goes for you! So exciting.

  47. Cheryl Horstman | July 14, 2020 at 3:09 pm |

    I am planning an Olympic week at our summer camp/childcare this year even tho the games are cancelled. Thanks for helping me with devotions!

  48. Dear pastor i live in africa
    Nigeria .i love your writ ups
    Our church is small and would have loved to have copies of your work but we are not able cos of finance.is there any way you can assure. Thank you and bless you.
    EVANG Uduak Joseph

    • Hi Uduak! I am so glad to hear these lessons are beneficial to you. I am going to send an email with some other lessons for you.

  49. Great read. Thank you. I used to always say “you make up an excuse,, but reason is the truth”.
    We make excuses, or, tell stories, when we are on the spot and don’t have an answer. It has become part of the fabric of society. I had a pastor, he told us, when I am front and center behind the pulpit, I am speaking directly from scripture, but if I step aside from the pulpit, I am giving you my opinion.

    • Thanks for reading Simon. I really like the visual your pastor gave you concerning Bible and Opinion. The two often intersect, especially when our opinion is based on the Bible, but it is good to distinguish between them both. It is even more important to remember when teaching kids.

  50. Vickie wells | January 30, 2021 at 6:23 pm |

    loved the 5 rules! Our church took on more than we can handle with children and youth. Obviously we have a lot of behavior issues. Most all the children come from disadvantaged homes. Our church is old and struggling. We will never grow new families with our children out of control. I think when we go back after covid 19 it would be a good time to start fresh with some new attitudes. Members don’t want to speak out about the issue. It’s touchy! Thank you!

    Great work!

    • Thanks for reading Vickie! We didn’t want the negative vibe that comes with some rules, so we went with the ‘un-rules’. Our kids really liked them. Changing them to ‘I’ statements allows the kids to take ownership. Hopefully it works for you too and you can see a shift in attitude when you are back in person. Let us know how it goes!

  51. I’ve been searching the internet for hope on this subject. I know the story of Joseph but reading this post is up lifting. However the trauma that I face now knowing what I may face if I am to be incarcerated scares me so I ask for prayer. I need my lord more than I ever before. Lord have mercy on me.

  52. Your page just became my “go to” for children’s ministry. You know why? Because it adds great value and because I trust you.

    • Thanks Dimas! I hope this is beneficial for you and your ministry. Let me know if there is ever anything I can do for you

  53. Linda Ranson Jaocbs | May 27, 2022 at 5:30 pm |

    Thanks, Ron for putting my name in this post and the links for articles I wrote.

    I cannot get the podcast to play. What am I doing wrong.

  54. Thanks for sharing this great youth ministry article! This is a great list of resources for me to use in my Sunday School, and I can imagine other churches would really benefit from this

  55. All the curriculum’s on https://lessons.church/ are great they are set apart by having a free app that delivers the lesson to the teacher’s phone and to the classroom’s screen. It is all donor-funded so there is no cost to the church.

  56. thank you for sharing sir
    I will try to apply this but i teach teens. will have to find a way to make it suitable for them. thank you still.

  57. We are going to send home these as a family devotion box for our parents of our school children. This goes along perfectly with our theme for the year The Light of the World. We hope to send one box home per family per month using the different themes.

  58. I used this activity with 7th graders last year and they loved it! Will use it again this year! Great activity and illustration!

  59. Hi Pastor Ron, I’d love it if you’d include our Family Advent Guide in your list. Included in each of the five weeks of materials are Scripture, a story and a conversation starter to help families experience the wonder of why we celebrate Christmas.

    Access to the guide is at childdiscipleship.com/advent and will be sent along with our Friday Family Email, which includes fun and easy-to-use discipleship ideas for the season. If you have any questions, please ask.

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