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Knock Sin Out Of Our Lives by Family Time Training - Here is a visual representation of the basic gospel message that is sure to get your kids' attention! If you've seen my workshop about Family Time Training, then you have seen this object lesson before. I can attest that it keeps a roomful of people on the edges of their chairs!
Repentance Box by A Holy Experience - Are you wanting your children to really personalize what Christ's sacrifice means in their own lives? This repentance box is a perfect way to teach how the confession of sins results in receiving God's grace. Try this in your home, and give your children the experience of seeing their transgressions being blotted out (Isaiah 43:25).
The Meaning of the Cross by "Uncle Maurice" - Using a penny, a candle, and colored water, Maurice creates a visual message of Christ taking on our sins and dying so that we may be saved. Fire is always sure to get the attention of your children!
Repentance Object Lesson by MeckMom - With a $20 bill and 5 minutes, you can create a lasting impression in your child's mind about the effects of sin and our worth in God's eyes.
Easter Week Family Night Activities by Kurt and Olivia Bruner - The video below explains two fantastic lessons for this week. Though "Easter" is in the title, these lessons--which explain why we need the sacrifice of Jesus Christ--are also very applicable if you observe the Biblical Passover.
One Sin by Mad About Jesus (Lesson 1) - Another wonderfully captivating object lesson that explains salvation through Jesus Christ using balloons and a candle.
Nothing Gold Can Stay by Mad About Jesus (Lesson 11) - This object lesson will take a little more preparation, but it's sure to leave an impression. A narrated story accompanies this visual representation of the basic gospel message--sin and redemption through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Be sure to take a look at the video so you can see this object lesson being performed.
Choosing Good Friends by Your Life Uncommon - At the end of a lesson about friendship, this family took their object lesson one step further in order to illustrate atonement for our sins through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Your kids will love watching their sins becoming "white as snow" (Isaiah 1:18). All it takes is some pasta, red food coloring, bleach, and a few minutes of time.
May God bless your family and your efforts to lead them to Him during this holy season!
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What are some of your favorite lessons to teach during this season? (Please be sure to credit the sources if your ideas are not original.)