Teaching 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!

170 Free Bible Lessons for Children

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135 thoughts on “Teaching Children: Where Do I Start?

    1. Hi Ileene
      I’m embarassed to scroll down and find I had missed your comment from way back in May! I think you might have been asking for a copy for some instructions one of my readers was talking about. I haven’t heard back from him yet. My version is at https://missionbibleclass.org/2013/03/09/the-story-of-the-cross/

      If you were talking about anthing on the website, all of my lessons are online and can be printed individually by using the printing feature at the end of each lesson. It’s not a static work so I’ve never produced it as a set of printed lessons.

      God bless you,
      Mary

  1. Back in 1990 I learnt how to fold a sheet of paper to make the Paper Cross. As I soon saw that the message was a great way to share the Gospel (whilst people looked at the paper being folded, not the person doing the folding) I shared it in many, many places.

    I then prepared a “guide sheet” to help people learn how to do it plus pass this onto others. It is always readily accepted by others.

    Later I found your web site with a far more detailed fording guide.

    If you would like a copy of what I have prepared, that has been shared in many parts of the world, please advise me of an e mail address.

    Thanks, (I am from Queensland, Australia)

    1. Hi Brian in Queensland,
      A few readers have asked for a copy of the folding guide that you mentioned in your comment in March. I would love to see it too. If you send it I could post it onto the website and/or pass them on.
      Thanks,
      Mary

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