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 80 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.
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. The New Testament includes some very special letters, or epistles. We divide these letters into two divisions—Paul’s Letters and Other Letters. Let’s look at Paul’s Letters and how you can teach them to the kids in your Sunday school class!
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From the mundane to the serious, children have many needs to bring to God. But they may think their problem is too small for Him to care about or worry they won’t say the words just right. Or perhaps they’ve never even realized that they can have a conversation with God that goes beyond the rote “Now I lay me down to sleep.” You can use the acronym PRAY to teach the kids in your class how to talk to God.
The saved children in your class need your help to grow in their relationships with God. “But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18). You can start by teaching them these basic steps of growth.
In today’s world children face many crises. Some crises are personal while others are more general in nature. God wants to use you as a teacher to help those under your care, giving them godly counsel during times of crisis.
Relationships are everything in kids’ ministry. Yet, if you were to walk into a Sunday school classroom, you most likely would see one teacher taking the lead, while all the others stand or sit in the background watching. Kids need you to engage them throughout the entire class session.
My son is three years old. He is hilarious, busy, and has energy to fuel at least three other kids (or at least it seems that way)! He already has a very strong personality. He loves people, but he also loves the idea of being in charge.
Does the phrase, “Teaching with technology in Sunday school” make you say “YES!” or “Uh oh!”? I’ll admit, I’m a little of both. My personal collection of smart devices is very small and my church doesn’t have a ton of tech stuff in our classrooms either.
Leading a child to Jesus can be both exciting — and frightening. What if you say the wrong thing? What if she asks a question that you don’t know the answer to? How do you know if the child is sincere?
Kid’s ministry has changed so much over the last ten years! For example, I did not own a cell phone until I was 19. Now kids get them at younger and younger ages and because of this texting and social media are becoming more and more relevant to even young children.
Your Sunday school class was going great! Jesus had fed the 5,000 and Jaxon was tracking right along with the story.