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

  1. kiwijenny says:

    Mary in July I’m going to start teaching in the Russellville Christian School. It’s been teaching children in this community for 41 years. I’m using your website for inspiration for Bible lessons. The foundation of my classes will be putting Bible to memory. At the school we go through the alphabet with verses. Also I’ve used your visuals for teaching Bible class on Sunday. I love that the children can see a lesson with visuals and I don’t ever have to panic. You have so much good material to draw from
    Thanks. Love you
    Jenny Harp

    • Mary says:

      That’s great, Jenny. I’m glad you are able to use the resources there at Russellville. Keep up the good work teaching children!

  2. Olatundun Atoke Ajibola says:

    This is great, more grace.

  3. Bonnie says:

    I totally agree with Regina’s comment above! As Children’s Director of a new church plant, I’ve been searching for Bible lessons that take us chronologically from Creation to Revelation that make sense to the children and aren’t full of fluff. The people are “fleshed out” and we can all picture their real lives. I love to know why they did certain things, the culture of the time, and any other details I find.
    As a result, I’ve been studying and writing our lessons to teach as if none of the children know any Bible, and after the flood story, putting world history into the total picture. Our K-6th graders are eating it up! As Regina said, it is very time consuming! I feel so blessed to have come across your website, and wish I had found it sooner! I know this was not God’s plan, though, because I’ve learned so many little details that reinforced or changed my opinion of a Bible person or learned a whole lesson I had missed, it has been worth every second of the effort!
    Getting the children (and our teachers) from Creation to Exodus has been my initial goal. I feel so confident about your lesson plans, (and as you can probably tell – I’m picky!) I would like permission to use them in our Children’s classes.

    I’m looking forward to seeing the lessons you are still working on. Even if you don’t get to them by the time our kids get to that place in time, you have given me time to adequately write my own and not have the stressors of doing all of them myself.

    Thank you so much!

    • Mary says:

      Hi Bonnie

      It sounds like we are “kindred spirits” when it comes to teaching children. I favour the chronological approach also. It’s been good for both students and teachers.

      I’m so glad you are using the lessons. That is why I wrote them. They are free to use for your children’s classes in your local church.

      You’ve also encouraged me to get back to work and finish those unfinished lessons :-).

      Thanks for your words of encouragement.

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