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Object Lesson – Balloon Faith By: KenSapp | Mar 4th 2016 – Balloons are enjoyed not only by children and youth, but by people of all ages. We see them at birthdays and celebrations throughout the year. And like many things we enjoy in the world around us, they can be metaphors for spiritual lessons as well. Tags: Object Lesson – Marshmallow Olympics By: KenSapp | Jan 25th 2016 – Use marshmallows as an object lesson and tie it in to a well known Harvard study on delayed gratification and success. Waiting on God is a Biblical concept and something all youth need to learn. Patience in relationships, in sexuality, in simply growing up. Tags: Object Lesson – Reflecting Christ"��s Image "�" Object Lesson Using Foil By: KenSapp | Feb 18th 2015 – Aluminum foil is one of those things we often take for granted. It has so many uses. But this week"��s lesson uses foil to remind us that as Christians we are destined to be conformed to the image of Christ, reflecting Him in all that we do. It"��s not just being seen as Christlike, but God molding us and shaping us into th … Tags: Object Lesson – Stretched By God By: KenSapp | Jan 18th 2015 – There is going to be a tug-of-war in our spiritual life because God is always in the process of transforming us. Change causes tension and we are stretched. This week’s lesson uses rubber bands for games and as an object lesson on the topic of being stretched by God. Tags: Object Lesson – Christmas Ornament Gospel By: KenSapp | Dec 16th 2014 – The first Christmas ornaments were fruits and nuts that were placed on Christmas trees and later eaten from the branches as part of the Christmas feasting. Over time other ornaments were added that brightened up the tree and added additional meaning and significance such as a star or an angel. Tags: Thanksgiving Object Lesson "�" 5 Kernels Of Corn By: KenSapp | Nov 25th 2014 – The cornucopia, also known in English as the Horn of Plenty, is a symbol of prosperity and affluence, dating back to the 5th century BC. It was often filled with the fruits of the harvest which included corn, fruits, and other vegetables. Tags: Object Lesson – Gummy Worm Discipleship By: KenSapp | Nov 11th 2014 – Although gummy bears were invented by German Candy maker Hans Reigel in 1922, the gummy worm is a relatively recent concept. The Gummy bear wasn"��t shipped to America until around 1981 and then an American candy company extended the idea to gummy worms to give kids something fun to eat and to shock their parents. Gummy wor … Tags: Object Lesson – Living Skeletons By: KenSapp | Oct 8th 2014 – Even if you don’t want to be involved with Halloween, you’ll want to grab at least one of those plastic or paper Halloween skeletons for this object lesson and games. Tags: Object Lesson – Lego Instructions For The Christian Life By: KenSapp | Sep 9th 2014 – LEGOs are one of those toys that are universally loved around the world by all ages. They are simple building blocks in a variety of shapes and colors, but with a little creativity and imagination they can be put together in unlimited combinations to create masterpieces. They are a great metaphor for each of us in the body … Tags: Object Lesson – Spiritually Measuring Up By: KenSapp | Sep 2nd 2014 – It’s back to school time. Time to get all your school supplies and meet new friends. These games all have a ruler as the central prop and serve as a discussion start for measuring up to God’s standards. I remember the days of using a ruler to create a growth chart on the door frame. But how do we measure our growth as Chris … Tags: Object Lesson – Spiritual Tag By: KenSapp | Aug 19th 2014 – Our spiritual walk is in many ways like a game of tag. Tags: Object Lesson – Volleyball Christians By: KenSapp | Aug 13th 2014 – A common summer game is beach volley. But you don’t have to be at the beach to enjoy the sport. You don’t even have to be outside. Besides the official rules, there are also an infinite number of variations and other games that use the volleyball net, ball and court. And after you have played a game, there&rsquo … Tags: Object Lesson – Beach Ball Goals By: KenSapp | Aug 6th 2014 – Beach balls are great for the beach, but you don’t need to be at the beach to play these games. The final game explores both personal spiritual goals and goals for the church youth group. Tags: Object Lesson – Flying Disc-iples By: KenSapp | Jul 30th 2014 – These games are all played with a flying disc which also goes by the brand name ‘Frisbee." Tags: Object Lesson – Broken Water Balloons By: KenSapp | Jul 22nd 2014 – You can’t have summer without at least one water balloon fight. Water Balloons have a purpose – to be filled with water. As God’s creation each of us also has a purpose. Pascal said that all men were created with a God shaped vacuum – an emptiness in our lives only GOD can fill. When we try to fill that emptiness with thing … Tags: Object Lesson For Kids – Spiritual Sponges By: Josh Goh | Jun 24th 2014 – Some of us have hard hearts and unlike a sponge, things just stay on the surface and never affect us while other have receptive hearts to God. When we are under pressure, we truly get to see what is in a person’s heart. These games are great for a little wet time during the hot summer and provide a nice illustration for the … Tags: Object Lesson – Watermelon Seed Christians By: KenSapp | Jun 18th 2014 – Watermelons are almost synonymous with summer – cool, refreshing, and great on a hot summer day. Watermelons can also be used for a variety of fun, and sometimes messy games, though the cost could be a bit prohibitive for some youth groups. Here are varieties of games using watermelons as well as some ideas for spiritual le … Tags: Object Lesson – Shoe Shuffle – Walking With Christ By: KenSapp | Jun 10th 2014 – We often talk about a person’s walk with Christ. That’s because the feet tell us two very important facts about someone: where one is standing and which way someone is going. A firm stand and a consistent walk are both traits we admire in other Christians. This Object lesson uses shoes as a reminder of the need for youth to … Tags: Object Lesson – String Connections By: KenSapp | Jun 4th 2014 – Almost everyone has some string lying around the house. Most often, string is used to connect things. As such, the string games below can be used to introduce a great object lesson on being connected to Christ and others. Tags: Visions Of Christ By: KenSapp | Jul 29th 2013 – Refining our gifts, skills, talents and abilities, striving for excellence, is a very important and noble task, that gives Christ more to work with. But regardless of our level of ability, everything we have is to be used for His glory so that others see a vision of Christ when they look at us. This story and Object lesson … Tags: Father"��s Toolbox By: KenSapp | Jul 29th 2013 – Father’s Day is coming and we thought we’d pull out our toolbox of ideas you can use to demonstrate the many roles fathers play in the family. You could use this as a sermon illustration or object lesson for the Father’s Day weekend. We wish all our fathers out there a very blessed and fulfilling Father’s Day! Tags: What The Bible Says About Mothers By: KenSapp | Jul 29th 2013 – "God, who created moms, has a very high regard for motherhood. He even compares His love for His children to the nursing mother’s love for her own child. As Christians, we are called to reverence our moms and to honor them accordingly, every day of the year, not just on Mother’s Day" Tags: Bible Times Interview By: KenSapp | Jul 29th 2013 – Reporters often get to meet the most amazing people in their line of work, interacting with celebrities, political leaders, inspirational figures, people facing tragic circumstances, heroes, athletes, the wealthy and the poorest of the poor. We get to read about their experiences and hopefully, learn something and grow. Our … Tags: What Is The Church? By: KenSapp | Jul 29th 2013 – There really isn’t a best way to describe the church. Even the writers of the New Testament found it difficult to describe and used a ton of metaphors to help relate the place of the church in its community and the world. We hope this activity helps your youth not only identify with the mission and purpose of the church, bu … Tags: Good Friday "�" Easter"��s Great Eggschange By: KenSapp | Jul 29th 2013 – Youth will have a quiz for which the losing team will receive punishment, but one of the youth leaders will step in and take the punishment on their behalf. The activity is a metaphor for the exchange that took place when Christ took our place and died for our sins on the cross." Tags: Easter Treasure By: KenSapp | Jul 29th 2013 – One of the most common Easter activities is the easter Egg Hunt. This creative youth idea isn’t a treasure hunt, but an object lesson related to our pursuit of earthly treasures. Sometimes in the quest to grab all the things we want in life, we fail to remember that when we seek him first, all things will be added unto us Tags: Tough Nuts To Crack By: Josh Goh | Jul 29th 2013 – All of us face tough situations in our lives. We could be having the time of our lives but when bad things happen, the good times are forgotten, and all we can see ahead of us is despair. Christ passed through the gates of Jerusalem triumphantly, people waved palm leaves, cloaks were laid at the feet of the donkey He rode o … Tags: Easter: Taken By Surprise By: KenSapp | Jul 28th 2013 – We all make plans for big events and the next big one coming up is Easter. We often find that things rarely go according to how we intend and we tend to get caught off guard. The Easter account is full of surprises. Like the plot twist at the end of a suspense novel, all the characters get the surprise of their lives and th … Tags: Valentine"��s Day: Held Together By: KenSapp | Jul 28th 2013 – It’s going to be Valentine’s Day in a couple days, when everyone gets all romantic. While chocolates, flowers and candlelight dinners have their place, it is also a great opportunity to discuss the topic of love. Love isn’t just for romantic relationships, but for our relationships in the family, among fellow Christians, an … Tags: Jim Checkin By: KenSapp | Jul 28th 2013 – I JUST CAME AGAIN TO TELL YOU, LORD, HOW HAPPY I"��VE BEEN, SINCE WE FOUND EACH OTHER"��S FRIENDSHIP AND YOU TOOK AWAY MY SIN. I DON"��T KNOW MUCH OF HOW TO PRAY, BUT I THINK ABOUT YOU EVERYDAY. SO, JESUS, THIS IS JIM CHECKIN"�� IN Tags: Object Lesson God’s Love: Thanksgiving Object Lesson – Ten Lepers By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – Use this Thanksgiving Children’s sermon / Thanksgiving Object lesson to create a situation in the Sunday school classroom or Worship service to illustrate the story in Luke 17 of the healing of ten lepers and the ONE that return to Jesus and thanked him for what he had done. Tags: Object Lesson For Kids: Tension In Relationships By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – Rubber bands will be used as an object lesson for youth on relationships, stress in relationships, closeness in relationships and the hurt we can experience in broken relationships with God and others. Tags: Object Lessons: Standards By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – Our physical lives are governed by standards. Do we also allow the Bible to govern our spiritual life? Tags: Object Lesson God’s Love: Peter Pumpkin By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – Has your light gone out because of sin in your life? Tags: Object Lesson For Kids: Perfect Love… By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – How do we restore our relationships with God and others? Tags: Object Lessons: Managing Priorities By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – A powerful illustration, that could also be used as an object lesson on time management. Tags: Youth Ministry Object Lessons: Light Of The World By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – A lit candle is easily missed in a bright room. But when the lights go out it is impossible to miss it! Use this creative object lesson to illustrate the importance of being lights in the world, especially in those places where people are living in darkness. Tags: Object Lesson God’s Love: Legend Of The Candy Cane By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – A candy cane can remind us of the true meaning of Christmas. Tags: Object Lesson For Kids: Labeled By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – It’s not the clothes we wear, the house we live in, the cars we drive, or names and titles people give us that determine our identity or our value as a person. It’s what’s inside us that counts. Tags: Object Lessons: Image Of The Father By: KenSapp | Oct 6th 2011 – This activity illustrates the truth that while God is all around us, it is through Christ and other Christians that we are able to see Him. Tags: Youth Ministry Object Lessons: Easter Resurrection By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – Use this Easter object lesson, to talk about death and the resurrection in simple terms. Tags: Object Lesson God’s Love: Easter Cookies By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – These cookies are tasty object lesson to remind children / youth of the Easter events. Tags: Object Lesson For Kids: Crushed – Isaiah 53:5 By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – Use this Easter Object Lesson to remind youth that Christ was crushed for our sins so that we might be made whole and begin a new life with him. Tags: Youth Ministry Object Lessons: Coat Hangers By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – Use this object lesson / children’s sermon as a lesson on how Jesus doesn’t just cover up our sin, but removes our sin Tags: Object Lesson God’s Love: Carrots, Eggs, And Coffee By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – May the New Year something special. Go into it determined to make things better around you! Tags: Object Lesson For Kids: By Him All Things Were Created By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – Create a simple booklet to illustrate the days of creation and remind them that Christ was involved in Creation Tags: Object Lessons: Briefcases By: KenSapp | Oct 5th 2011 – Use this Object Lesson using briefcases for a discussion on appearances and of chasing after new things Tags: Youth Devotion:new Shoes By: KenSapp | Sep 21st 2011 – This devotional on New shoes and Change could be easily adapted as an object lesson or children’s sermon. Tags: Children’s Sermons: Which One Doesn’t Belong? By: KenSapp | Sep 15th 2011 – A manger scene, also known as a nativity scene, serves as a creative object lesson in this Children’s Sermon which teaches children that Jesus is the most important element of Christmas Tags: 相关的主题文章: