Valentine Children’s Sermon (Matthew 5:21-37) Object Lesson

Valentine's Children Sermon

Use this Children’s Message around Valentine’s Day. The theme is “What is Love?” and uses common Valentine’s Day props for a Bible Object Lesson. Download the teaching notes below, gather your supplies, and watch our Children’s Sermon example video. “What is True Love?” Children’s Sermon Object Lesson for Valentine’s Day Main Objective: Children often hear … Read more

Heart Craft Ideas about the Love of Jesus (for Valentine’s Day)

Love one another heart crafts

Use these heart crafts to teach about the love of Jesus. These crafts are ideal for Kids Church or Sunday School leading up to Valentine’s Day. Watch the demonstration video, gather your craft supplies, and print the directions below. “Love One Another” Heart Craft ideas about Christ’s Love What does love mean? Love one another!  … Read more

God’s “Sticky” Eternal Love – Valentine’s Day Lesson for Kids

God’s love for us is extravagant, forever, and incomparable! In this lesson, “God’s ‘Sticky,’ Eternal Love,” children will explore the depth of God’s love for them through bible study, a sticky-note activity, and an energizing seek-and-find game. In addition, the children will learn that the “stickiness” of God’s love is secure, so we can live … Read more

February Bible Reading Calendar

This is a calendar to help your students get familiar with some of the many Bible verses that are about love. Valentine’s Day is in February and I thought it would be great to have the kids learn about the love of God as well as practice their Bible reading skills in the process. Click … Read more

A Heart for Service…Re-Directing Valentines Values

4 Valentine's Day Games for Kids (Simple Party Ideas)

As adults, we tend to approach the Hallmark holiday of hearts with mixed emotions, depending perhaps upon age, gender, relationship status, or past experiences…for kids, Valentine’s Day bears connotations of fun cards and plenty of extra sugar consumption. There is nothing necessarily wrong with all of this, of course…but why not re-direct the focus of … Read more