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Bible book: Amos

Creative activities and ideas based on the Bible book Amos

The Bible book of Amos is the third of the minor prophets in the Old Testament. Amos was active as a prophet during the reign of King Jeroboam II around 750 BC. He lived in the kingdom of Judah, but he preached in the kingdom of Israel. His main themes were social justice, the omnipresence of God, and God's judgment.

Below, you will find a variety of creative ideas and activities that are applicable to this Bible book and the stories within it, helping you to share these beautiful Bible stories. These creative ideas can be used in various settings, including children's ministry, catechism, children's church, Bible clubs, vacation Bible school, or Sunday school. This also applies to Bible education or religious education in Christian primary schools.

Our resources include a range of engaging ideas and activities, such as discussion questions, interactive games, and craft ideas. These resources are designed to help learners of all ages connect with the messages of social justice, faith, and God's judgment that are found in the book of Amos. Whether you're a teacher, parent, or youth leader, we hope that these resources will be valuable in helping you to share the stories and messages of Amos in a fun and engaging way.