This lesson is on The Bible and is given in a “mix and match” format so you can use what you need to customize the lesson for your needs. We’re giving you a number of different resources so you can put the lesson(s) together any way you wish and make it your own. You can use the elements given to make one lesson or several lessons - you could even do it in 13 lessons and use it for an entire quarter.
The Mix and Match Lessons are easy to “assemble.” You just pick a Bible verse, a Bible story, an object lesson, etc. that you like and think go together and put those things in your lesson. You can use two verses, three objects lessons or whatever – as the name says, you simply mix and match your lesson elements to fit your needs and way of doing things.
These new lessons were complied especially for the 2009 BTI Wonders Without Number Children's Ministry Conference by a dozen Children's Ministry leaders from across the country.
The Lessons Topics:
Easy-to-use in Sunday School, Children's Church or any mid-week program.
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