It can be difficult coming up along with fresh and exciting children’s sermons you’re your children’s ministry course. This Adam and Eve Sunday school lesson is one more training you can incorporate with your present program.
Adam and Eve Bible Activity
This lesson starts out with a game. Bring a traffic lighting prop to class and keep it up to your children’s ministry course. Ask them is they understand what the prop is, and then keep these things explain to you what the red, yellow, plus green lights are for. Now explain that traffic lights are available for drivers to know when to prevent, slow down, or go. They’re great rules that help to keep us secure.
Now it’s time for the video game! You’ll only want to spend regarding five minutes on this Bible activity. Have your students line up at the end of the space. Explain that when you say “Green light,” they should walk slowly towards you. When you say, “Red light,” they need to quit immediately. If they don’t stop, they have to start over.
Connecting the Game towards the Sunday School Lesson
Explain towards the class that like traffic guidelines are meant to keep us safe, God’s rules are also meant for our protection. Now it’s time to transition towards the children’s sermon about God’s very first children and how they didn’t the actual rules. Read the verses from your Bible and wrap up by saying we, just like Adam and Eve, can never make it by ourselves in order to God because we always bad thing.
Now explain to the children’s ministry class that this is why God delivered Jesus to us: to perish on the cross and pay for our own sins so that we can become 1 with God again.
Hand away four pieces of paper (black, reddish colored, white, and green) to every student. During this Bible exercise, you’ll walk your students with the Adam and Eve Sunday college lesson. The black piece of papers represents Adam and Eve sinning in the garden as well as our own sins. The red paper symbolizes the particular blood that Jesus shed in order to save our souls. The white papers shows that if we accept Jesus in to our hearts and turn away from sins, our heart can be made clear again. Finally, green represents our own love for Jesus growing even more each and every day while we pray, research the Bible, and learn more about Christianity.