Show Them Jesus


I bring you good news of great joy. Luke 2:10

Charles Spurgeon once said:  “A sermon without Christ!  As well talk of a loaf of bread without any flour in it.  How can it feed the soul?”  We are excited about discovering the Gospel connections in every story we teach from the Bible.  The Gospel of grace must first penetrate our hearts and then the message can overflow into the lives of our young students as we shepherd them.

This page includes links that we hope will help teachers point their students to the Lord Jesus Christ even when teaching from the Old Testament.   Some of the links include tutorials for crafts that can be used in the classroom to help children remember the truth they have heard from the Bible.

[Photo:  Teaching Sunday School in Prague_2016]




Old Testament

Noah’s Ark   (Genesis 6-9)

Burning Bushes and Burning Hearts     (Moses and the Burning Bush, Exodus 3)

Consider Jesus     (Moses Called to Lead the Israelites Out of Egypt)

Go Down, Moses     (Moses Given 3 Supernatural Signs to Confirm His Call)

Knowledge and Glory     (God’s Name is to be Known and Glorified:  Exodus)

What a Pity     (Quail in the Desert, Exodus 16)

Water From a Rock     (God Provides Water From a Rock, Exodus 17)

New Testament

Storm at Sea     (Jesus Asleep in the Storm, Luke 8)

Good Samaritan   (Luke 10:29-37)

Moth and Lamb    (John the Baptist, Lamb of God, John 1)

Misc Topics

Bible Character Mask

Building a Child’s Worldview

Let the Children Come     (The Focus of Our Teaching—Jesus)

Majesty and Awe     (Teaching Children the Fear of God)

Here I Am to Worship     (Children in Corporate Worship)

VBS Memories   (How to Help Children Memorize Scripture)

Children, Take Note  (Printable Sermon Notes for Preschool, Children Ages 5+, and Young People ages 10+)