What Do We Do with the Bad Seed?

What Do We Do with the Bad Seed?

This children’s sermon was written to accompany a sermon on Luke 13:6-9, the parable of the barren fig tree. The preaching minister asked that I help kids think about whether we should give up on people or give them grace. The Bad Seed was perfect for this! Good...
Blessing of Listening Ears

Blessing of Listening Ears

This children’s sermon was written to accompany a sermon based on the story from Acts 16 in which Paul talks with Lydia, the seller of purple cloth. I found the main idea of blessing listening ears in Carolyn Browns blogpost about this scripture, here....
Seeing Is Believing – Doubts and Thomas

Seeing Is Believing – Doubts and Thomas

This children’s sermon was written to accompany a sermon about seeing God around us. The senior minister asked me to talk about how it’s hard to trust what we cannot see. This particular Sunday, the children remembered the story about Thomas and his...
Easter Butterflies

Easter Butterflies

This children’s sermon was written for Easter 2019. Happy Easter! Today is the biggest day of the year, when we celebrate that God’s love is the greatest, the strongest power of all! We use all kinds of symbols as we celebrate Easter- like eggs, the cross, and...
How Do We Show Jesus We Love Him?

How Do We Show Jesus We Love Him?

Today’s Children’s Sermon was created to accompany a sermon based on the story of Jesus and the disciples in the Garden of Gethsemane. How do we be a friend to God, to Jesus, through this Lenten season?  Good morning girls and boys. One thing we’re talking...
What Makes Church Different?

What Makes Church Different?

This children’s sermon was written to accompany a sermon on March 24, 2019, about the responsibility of the church to do hard things. (Scripture was the story in which Jesus predicts his own death.) The preaching minister asked for me to talk with the children...