Friday, February 14, 2020

Abraham's Life
Abraham is a long lesson and can be divided into two lessons. Here is what is studied: God’s promise to Abram, birth of Ismael and Isaac, the angels visit, Abraham tries to save Sodom & Gomorrah, the sacrifice and the cave he purchases as a burial place. Abraham is found in Genesis 11-25.

Monday, February 10, 2020

Abraham's Promise From God
Thanks to Haley Wilson for sharing her photos and ideas! Haley teaches one of the preschool classes with Glenda Wilson. And Glenda creates most of the ideas that Haley uses. Haley says we need this or that and Glenda creates it! Thanks to both for permitting me to share!

Friday, February 7, 2020

Lot's Life
In this lesson, Lot moved to Canaan with Abraham and lived in Sodom. He was taken captive, angels visit, and his wife is turned to salt as they leave Sodom.
Lot is found in Genesis 12-19.

Friday, January 31, 2020

Noah's Life
Most of the information we have about Noah is his obedience building the ark.
Noah is found in Genesis 6-9.

Friday, January 24, 2020

Cain & Abel's Life
This is a short lesson that studies Cain and Abel and mentions that Seth was born to Adam and Eve. We have the most information about Cain, which is very little.
Lesson taken from Genesis 4.

Friday, January 17, 2020

Adam & Eve's Life
This Adam & Eve lesson discusses them being created and their job in the Garden of Eden. Their disobedience in eating the fruit and their punishments are mentioned, but can be expanded depending on your age group.

Friday, January 10, 2020

The Big Picture: Overview of the Bible
This lesson can be used as an introduction or closing for the People in the Bible Series. Or, it can be used a general lesson by itself. This was actually a sermon by Tim Alsup and was preached while I was working on this series. Tim has given permission to use his outline and make any changes to adapt for students.

Monday, January 6, 2020

Life Overview of People in the Bible Lessons Links List
This series of lessons were designed from a question!
One question led to almost a year of study.
"Do you have a list of people in the Bible?"