Bible Adventures: “The Rock And The Sand”

Hello boys and girls!

Are you ready to go on more Bible Adventures? Today we are going to listen to a story that the Good King, Jesus told about two houses. One house was built on a rock and one was built on the sand. Which one will last when a storm comes? Let’s listen and see!

When we obey what Jesus says in the Bible, we are like the wise man in the story. No matter what happens we will be strong and no troubles or problems can knock us down. Isn’t that great to know?

Prayer: Ask Jesus to help you to listen and to obey what He says. Thank Him that He can keep you from being knocked down when bad things happen.


Bible Adventures: “Songs Of Joy”

Hello boys and girls,

Today we are going to travel back to the birth of Jesus. Something big is going to happen in the fields of Bethlehem. Let’s see what it’s going to be!

Wouldn’t have been nice to hear the angels sing? I’m sure they sounded wonderful.


Activity: The angels worshiped Jesus when He was born in Bethlehem. It was a very happy night for them and for all the world. We can worship Jesus for coming here too. Here’s a Christmas song you can learn about the singing angels.


Prayer: Thank God that Jesus was born to save us from our sins, and that we can have peace and joy in Him.


Bible Adventures: “A Rainbow Of Promise”

Hello boys and girls!

Let’s see the very first rainbow with Noah and his family.

Imagine how Noah and his family must have felt knowing that God would never send a flood again to destroy the world. I’m sure it kept them and others who believed in God from worrying about another flood. God faithfully kept this promise and He faithfully keeps other promises too.

Activity: “Make A Rainbow Of Promises”

There are many promises in the Bible. Here’s a fun activity that can help you to remember some of the promises that God has made toward us.

  1. Get a piece of paper and draw seven arches of a rainbow.

2. Write seven promises from the Bible in the arches (1 for each arch). Here’s a chart of Bible promises that can help you:


3. Color in the arches lightly with these colors in order from top to bottom:

Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.

4. Show your “Rainbow Of Promises” to your family and friends.

Prayer: Thank God that He keeps His promises. Pick your favorite promise from the chart and tell it to Him in prayer. Ask Him to help you to believe what He says more.


Picture is from Google Images.

Bible Adventures: “Waiting Patiently?”

Do you have a hard time waiting for something? Do you count the days on the calendar ¬†for Christmas or your birthday? Noah and his family had to be patient when they were waiting for the rain to come and during the flood. Let’s see how long they had to be patient.

Can you imagine being stuck with all those animals inside the ark for so long? It must have been really stinky and stuffy inside! Trusting in God helped them to go through that hard time. They knew that He was with them and that eventually they would see dry land again. We have to be patient too and trust that what God says will happen. And the most important thing we have to wait on is the Second Coming of the Good King. He said that He would come again and even though it’s been a very long time, He will keep His promise. And if you have accepted Him as Your King and Best Friend you will go to live with Him when He returns.

Prayer: Thank Jesus that He is coming again and will take you home with Him. Ask Him to help you to patiently wait in your life.

Bible Adventures: “The Floating Zoo”

Hello boys and girls! Today we are once again going to visit Noah. He now has many animals on his ark. What kind of animals were in there? Let’s go inside and see.

God led all those animals into the ark. Isn’t that neat? Noah and his family had to work very hard in feeding and cleaning these animals. I’m sure there were times when they didn’t enjoy it, but it must have made them happy when they remembered that they were doing what God wanted them to do. First they obeyed God and worked together when they were building the ark; then they obeyed God and worked together when they had many animals to care for. They didn’t stop even when their jobs got hard and smelly.

Activity: Imagine that you are in the ark with Noah and his family, helping to take care of the animals. Write down the kinds of animals you would take care of. What kind of food would you give them? What animals would you enjoy being with the most? How would you feel if you had to bathe them and clean up after them?

Prayer: Ask God to help you to work as a team with others. If there is a job you have to do that you don’t like to do (clean your room, help with dishes or laundry) ask God to help you to remember that when you work you are making Him happy.