At the centre of this story is the meeting between Elijah and the prophets of Baal, where each contingent calls on their god to set fire to a sacrificed bull. Only Elijah’s God sends down fire, showing... More

The story of David and Goliath is one of the most well-known stories in the Bible, so it’s easy to get caught in well-worn grooves when thinking of crafts to use when telling it. Here are some ideas to... More


The story of the first Passover, as God’s people prepare to leave Egypt, is full of powerful imagery. Here are some crafts to help children to explore the rich themes of what unfolds. More

Use these craft ideas alongside session three of our new curriculum, or any time you’d like to explore the story of Abraham. We have used Abraham here, rather than Abram, to avoid confusion in children’s... More

A selection of craft activities for children. More

The lost coin is a great story to get interactive with, helping children to explore themes of God’s love and our value to him, searching with patience, the lost being found and celebration at finding what... More


Fish make an appearance many times in the Bible. Here are three ideas to help you introduce some of those stories to your group. More


Food plays a big part in the biblical narratives – from symbolic meals like the Passover and the Last Supper, to the parties Jesus went to at peoples’ houses, such as those of Zacchaeus and Mary and Martha.... More


Jenny Gilbertson shares three crafts to help you teach the story of David and Goliath (1 Samuel 17) More

The story of Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1—10) is rich with meaning for children and these craft ideas should give them space to process their thoughts about this story. More