A simple and easy Wordless Book template that can be customized for your own ministry.
Everyone has seen a Wordless Book, here are some NEW ways to present it! Get Creative!!
LOTS of ideas for teaching about the Bible. This is the chapter I wrote for Group's Ulitimate Bible Guide for Kids!
The Bumbling Duo Discover and Discuss the Trinity.
It may surprise you that the original "wordless book" was written for adults! It was a sermon by Spurgeon in 1866, later published in 1911, and had only three colors! DL Moody added the gold color in 1875 and Child Evangelism Fellowship popularized the modern five color version by addin...
The WORDLESS BOOK is one of the most effective ways to present the Gospel to children! WORDLESS BOOKS can be purchased, but are very simple to make yourself.
These are instructions on how to make a bookmark.
This is a twist on the typical "Wordless Book" salvation object lesson.
The Wordless Book has no words or pictures but it shouts the gospel message loud and clear through the familiar language of colors.
This is a Balloon Gospel presentation utilizing the Wordless Book outline and colors. It is great for capturing the attention of the children and emphasizing the key points of the "Wordless Book"
Video training by Pastor Karl on the many ways to use the Wordless Book to share the Gospel with complete instructions.
This is a bonus download from Section Four of Kidology's Ultimate Toolbox for Children's Ministry.
Based on Matthew 18:12 A puppet is searching frantically for a puzle piece that is missing. (It is a puzzle of Michael Jordan, and the missing piece is his nose.) A friend asks what he is doing and the result is a conversation about why he is willing to leave the other 99 pieces to search for...
God created us to be like Him. We daily must choose: God's way, or our own? Part of the "Kids in the Word" Kids Church Series by Karl Bastian, the Kidologist.
The Kidology Report reviews Aaron Reynolds' book, The Fabulous Reinvention of Sunday School, and provides ideas on how to transform your children's ministry.
Steps for teaching your kids how to use the Bible--by Book, Chapter and Verse.
This is the Wordless Book To Go! Kids can wear the wordless book and share Jesus when friends ask about their bracelet!
Using a Dr. Seuss' "Book of Books" to Explain how the Bible was put together.
Are prescool children receptive to the Gospel or is it reserved for elementary aged children, teens and adults? Their hearts are open, but they need us to help them make the connection between the gospel and their lives.