Bible Classes for Children: Where Do I Start?

Tell the Story!  This website is based on story.  Although it is a collection of over 170 Bible Stories it is actually only one story, the Story of God as Revealed by Him in His Word.  Click here for complete list of stories and lessons.

The purpose of Mission Bible Class is to help you share God’s Word with children.  Use and adapt these free resources to teach any age group in all kinds of teaching situations.

A well-told Bible story is the most natural and inter-generational method of sharing the Word of God.  God bless you as you tell the story!

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105 Responses to Bible Classes for Children: Where Do I Start?

  1. Liz Ward says:

    Hi I have only just found your website, I think it’s brill with lots of ideas and amazing resources. Last Sunday we had a children’s session breakfast on the beach and we used some of your ideas, We were following the story from John 21. I really liked the you tube song ‘fished all night caught no fishes’ the only problem was one verse said ‘then came Jesus walking on the water’ in John’s account Jesus didn’t walk on the water then but called to the disciples from the shore to tell them to put there nets on the other side, I just made up a different verse but just wanted to point it out to you so others didn’t get confused. I think it is so easy to tell children’ bible stories wrong as many like me who are of mature years remember things wrong and get different stories muddled up.
    but many many thanks for your wonderful website now I have found it will look at it regularly
    God Bless Liz

    • Mary says:

      Thanks Liz. And right you are about that verse. The singer in the video says “walking BY the water” but I typed “walking ON the water” by accident. It was easy to fix it on the lyrics. Thanks for catching that.

      May God bless you as you teach children!

  2. Moua says:

    The illustration found in Paul’s mission journey are very good. Thank you

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