Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Any Bible story with a visual "change" in it is candidate for a magic "change" bag. Namaan's leprosy is a perfect match. Here's how I told the story.
First, I made some cardstock figures. You can back these with flannel and use a flannel board. I simply used a pocket chart to save the extra work of backing them. These printable Bible character figures are free at Activity-Mom.com.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Sunday School 2016 by Julia from Joan Eppehimer on Vimeo.
We made this video last year to show in church as a way to keep the children's ministry before the congregation. As many of you know, you never know how many children you will have on any given Sunday. This was a great way to let people see the whole picture.
Shiver me timbers and batton down the hatch, it's trunk and treat time and have we got a theme for you. Full details and pictures will b...
This pup tent someone gave me years ago has really come in handy. It has served as the giant fish that swallowed Jonah, the base c...
This is a science experiment object lesson that could be used for Easter, or at any time to teach that Jesus takes away our sin. I fo...