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It is our passion to offer children's workers all over the globe hundreds of creative ideas, object lessons, games, crafts, prayer ideas and complete Sunday school lessons for their children's ministry.
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PFD booklet with fourteen great ideas on this Bible story
Are you looking for a Sunday school lesson on Abram being called by God to go to Canaan in Genesis 12: 1 - 9?
We understand that these fourteen ideas are way too many to fit into just one lesson, but we want to give you the opportunity to pick and mix, so that you can choose the ideas that fit with you and with your group of children.
Download the PDF booklet
We have created an illustrated PDF booklet for you to download: 'Abram follows God’s voice'
These are the ideas in the booklet:
* Which countries have you visited? - an introductory activity
* Are you a good listener? - a children's moment
* I am going on a journey… - an icebreaker
* Which countries do you know? - an icebreaker
* How do I tell the story of Abram? - a storytelling tip
* Scraps - YouTube video and discussion
* Build your own old fashioned phone - a fun science experiment
* I know that sound! - a creative activity
* Quite a walk! - a creative activity
* A suitcase race - a Bible game
* Let’s travel to Canaan - a Bible game / quiz
* Create your own paper sandals - a crafts idea & game
* Footsteps in paint - a crafts idea
* Let’s build an altar together - a creative prayer idea