Twenty Children's Ministry skits with emphasis on evangelism are perfect for Children's Church, Sunday school for kids, VBS and child evangelism. This collection will challenge students to deepen their relationship with God in meaningful ways. One example is the skit Aloft. Referencing the Wright brothers development of the first airplane, emphasis is given on things unseen. As the power of unseen things is explored, the skit unfolds Nicodemus' searching questions for Jesus. Young people learn how faith and salvation are not seen but these result in a transformed life powered by the Holy Spirit that enables them to soar to new heights.
The lessons in Twenty Evangelistic Skits for Children have been presented with proven results, as children have committed their lives to Christ Jesus with guidance from these meaningful skits. This collection will energize your Bible teaching and challenge your students to examine their relationships with God. The lessons are stimulating and fun for both you and the children in your class.
Aloft, for example, is a lesson that portrays, with some historical fact, many of the highlights of Orville and Wilbur Wright's quest to create a flying machine. Emphasis is given to the power of the unseen, as faith is unseen yet it embodies truth. As the skits unfold into a lesson, the encounter of Nicodemus with Jesus is presented as an example of how faith and salvation are unseen yet the truth of Jesus' work results in a transformed life, allowing the Holy Spirit to let him soar.
The illuminating lessons of Twenty Evangelistic Skits for Children help Bible teachers work through God's Word to change the hearts and lives of a young generation!