How to Teach Faith to Kids

CEF Press Summer kit, One Way, offers an awesome new scripture memory song for Hebrews 11: 6. Did you know there is only one way to please God?

And without faith it is impossible to please him, for whoever would draw near to God must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who seek him.

But how do you teach faith to kids? Actually, the concept is easy for kids to understand because they are truly creatures of faith!

Here is one object lesson I use to teach the concept.

When I used the lesson, I used a piece of construction paper. I was able to fit 8 children and 2 adults into the large opening I made! The kids absolutely loved it! At the end of the class, I let the children make their own and practice sharing their faith with others!

This is what I said to apply the lesson to the verse:

You had faith in me when you believed that I can could do what I said I would do; faith in God is believing God’s promises, that He will do what He says, even though it may seem impossible. I had a trick to the way I cut a hole in the card, but with God it is no trick. He IS God and He can and will do what He says.

Have fun!

Here is a link for the CEF Press memory verse song for Hebrew 11:6:

Also, you can purchase the CEF Press Kit here. 

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