Theme: King / crown
King / crown in the Bible: Creative activities for your children's ministry
King and crown are important themes in the Bible, with several key figures being referred to as kings and being depicted wearing crowns. In the Old Testament, the people of Israel are often referred to as God's chosen kingdom and are led by kings such as David and Solomon.
In the New Testament, Jesus is referred to as a king, and the book of Revelation describes the arrival of a future King of Kings, who will reign over the kingdom of God.
The crown is also a symbol of victory, glory, and honor in the Bible, with crowns being given to those who have served God well, such as the apostle Paul, or who have overcome adversity, such as the woman in the book of Revelation who was given a crown of life.
Children can learn about the significance of kings and crowns in the Bible and how these themes can inspire them to strive for greatness and serve God with honor and glory.
On this page you will find creative ideas, resources and activities relating to kings which you can use in your children’s ministry, kid’s church, children’s and youth work or Christian primary school.