Sunday School Lesson (Luke 18:1-8) Prayer & The Parable of the Persistent Widow

Ministry-To-Children | 10/18/2019 | Kristin Schmidt
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Download this free Sunday School lesson. It teaches the importance of prayer based on Jesus parable of the Persistent Widow in Luke 18:1-8. The download link below includes the full lesson plan, teaching activities, and bonus coloring pages. It’s every thing you need to share this powerful message with your Sunday School Class or Kids Church.

The story of the persistent widow can be a little tricky for kids. Are we teaching youngsters to beg for things, or telling them that God will give them anything if they ask enough? What kind of lesson should be emphasized? The main element of this parable is that God loves us and wants to bless us with wonderful things. Not only that, but we are His children and should talk to Him at all times, whether asking for something or not. We can be assured that God hears our prayers and that He is a good father.

Lesson - God - Father - Lives - Cares

Lesson focus: God is a good Father who wants to bless our lives and cares for us. We know that He will listen to our prayers, and even if we don’t always get what we think we want, we know that God has our best interests in mind. He always loves us and hears us.

(Younger students) “Don’t crack up!” Have students sit in a circle. Designate one student to be the “cracker” and go in the middle of the circle. Give that child a phrase to say, and have them walk around trying to make the others laugh. The first person to laugh goes in the middle of the circle and does the same thing. OR have students pair up and see if they can make one another laugh.

Form - Groups - Students - Person - Group

“What will it take to….” Form groups of students, and select one person from each group to be the “task...
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