As Abraham and Lot prospered it became necessary for them to go separate ways. Abraham offered Lot the best land first showing that Abraham had a spirit of sharing. This story illustration will help kids remember the importance of sharing and being generous.
Genesis 13 Activities
The activities below are related to people, stories, teachings, or events taking place in Genesis 13.
This Bible craft will help children consider the importance of confidently trusting God to supply their needs and generously sharing with others just as Abraham shared with Lot.
This match game will help children consider the importance of confidently trusting God to supply their needs and generously sharing with others as Abraham shared with Lot.
This free, printable children’s sermon, based on Genesis 13:5-11, can help kids learn that God is honored when we are good to others. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
This free, printable sermon picture, based on Genesis 13:5-11, can help kids learn that God is honored when we show grace to others. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
Let your kids work this word tiles puzzle. It will reinforce the important truth that God is pleased when we are generous and share with others.
Give your kids a chance to work this fun and interesting word scramble puzzle about Abraham and Lot!
At least 13 differences exist between these two pictures of Abraham and Lot surveying the land before them. Let your kids try to find all of them!
With this puppet Bible activity, reinforce in your children’s minds the story of Abraham, Lot, and God’s faithfulness to Abraham.
It seemed Lot chose the best land, but Abraham was not shortchanged. God kept his promise to Abraham regarding the land he would receive. As your children work this jigsaw puzzle, you’ll have a chance to remind them of this important fact.