Welcome to Sunday School Solutions!
Whether you are a children’s church worker, a seasoned Sunday School teacher, a small group leader for Vacation Bible School, or new volunteer in any children’s ministry, we are here to help you with all of the mysteries and dilemmas that come up while working with children. Sunday School Solutions is a ministry of Child Evangelism Fellowship®. CEF® has over 85 years of experience in ministering to children all over the USA and around the world. It is our desire to help you in all aspects of your children’s ministry.
Think about the children in your Sunday school class. Have they trusted in Jesus as their Savior? God wants them to have a relationship with Him. We can demonstrate this truth to kids by teaching them the parable of the lost coin.
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Have you ever pulled into the drive-through of a fast food restaurant just to be overwhelmed by the menu options? Sometimes, those choices can seem like a bit much. It can be the same way when choosing a curriculum for your children’s Sunday school class. With all the options available, both good and bad, it can be hard to know which curriculum would work best with the children at your church.
Did you know the sun is so large, it could hold one million Earths inside of it? And the sun isn’t even considered that big of a star! Many stars are big enough to fit the sun and all the planets in our solar system inside of them!
Mechanic, youth group leader, volunteer, husband, father, son—a person could be described by these roles. Throughout the Bible, we see Jesus in many different roles.
Business letters, acceptance letters, personal letters, letters of recommendation—there are many kinds of letters someone can send or receive. Last time, we talked about Paul’s Letters but those aren’t the only letters in the Bible, there are others.
Did you have a pen pal growing up? It’s exciting to receive a personal letter in the mail. Maybe some of the children you teach have received or written letters before.
You may be familiar with the idea of random acts of kindness—small actions that show kindness to others. These actions are called “acts.” The book of Acts describes the acts of Jesus’ apostles through the Holy Spirit.
Do you like to hear good news? I think it’s safe to say that everyone does! The word Gospel means “good news,” and the first division of the New Testament is called the Gospels.
Major league, minor league. One is better than the other, but that’s not the case with the Major and Minor Prophets. Just because we call them the Minor Prophets doesn’t mean these prophets or their messages are any less important than the Major Prophets
In the Old Testament, we read of several different prophets and how God used them to deliver His messages to people. Often, these messages were difficult to understand, especially when they were sad or when they addressed things that hadn’t happened yet.