How to Plan a Bible Class

Click here for step-by-step Instructions on How to Plan a Class

Click here for a list of Bible Stories and Suggested Themes.

To help in planning your lesson you may wish to try one of the Lesson Plan Templates below:

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1. Click on this lesson planner if you want to print it out and then fill in by hand.  This planner is formatted for A4 size paper (pdf)

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2. Click on this lesson planner if you want to download it in a Word Document that you can edit before printing. A4 size paper (docx)

3. Click on this lesson planner if you want to print it out and then fill in by hand. Letter size paper (pdf)

3. Click on this lesson planner if you want to print it out and then fill in by hand.  This planner formatted for Letter Size paper (pdf)

4. Click on this lesson planner if you want to download it in a Word Document that you can edit before printing. A4 size paper (docx)

4 Responses to How to Plan a Bible Class

  1. Valadez says:

    This months our pastor is talking about living a limitless life and I am the Sunday school teacher the ages 1-4 what lesson can I teach the little ones about our pastors topic?

    • Mary says:

      Hi there

      If I had 4 weeks to talk about a “limitless life” I think I would choose one Bible character and talk about how they were not limited by the negative situations in their lives but lived a life for God anyway. Here are a couple I thought of:

      Daniel:
      Daniel and the King’s Food
      Writing on the Wall
      Daniel and the Lions

      Joseph:
      Joseph Sold By His Brothers
      Joseph in Egypt
      Joseph Saves His Family

      You can find these and other stories by scrolling through the lessons on the page Bible Stories and Suggested Themes

      I hope your lessons work out. God bless you for teaching.

  2. Cindy says:

    I just began teaching Sunday school and am having a hard time with this weeks lesson. The lesson is about gods tabernacle. How do you have an interesting lesson for them On this?

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