The Sunday School Zone Blog

The Sunday School Zone Blog contains insights on children’s spiritual formation as well as tips, ideas, and suggestions to help Christian parents and leaders as they work with kids of all abilities (and even adults with special needs) at home, church, and school. If you would like to contribute to the Sunday School Zone blog, please visit our Writer Inquiries page and then send us an explanatory email at [email protected] describing the kind of writing you’d like to do. We welcome those who have something of substance to say to Christian parents and teachers of children. You already know that Sunday School Zone offers tons of free, printable Bible activities for kids. If you think you’d like to contribute to The Sunday School Zone Blog, please read more…

The Mystery of Prayer

Understanding the nature of prayer can be difficult even for adults… sometimes ESPECIALLY for adults! On the one hand we believe that God is sovereign and omnipotent. He knows everything and can do anything. Why do we need to pray? On the other hand, the Scripture clearly challenges us to pray. Prayer is also a…

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Are Our Needs So “Special” that We Can’t Participate in Corporate Worship?

For years our family merely watched church online thanks to the wonder of live streaming. We were unable to join in a corporate worship setting due to the sensory difficulties in worship we typically experienced. I, in my early thirties, suffered with chronic Lyme disease which has affected my entire nervous system, vestibular system and…

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Welcome to the New Sunday School Zone!

Sunday School Zone has been “out there” for several years now. Literally millions of people from all over the world have visited the site to download free, printable Bible study worksheets for kids as well as curriculum and other resources for teachers and parents. We’re happy that more people are visiting the site now on…

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Ain’t Life Fun! by Clayton Poland

Clayton Poland is a Christian storyteller, evangelist, and entertainer. His full-time ministry places him in front of groups of kids of every age on a regular basis. And, he’s also the author of Ain’t Life Fun!: When You Focus on the Good Stuff. The title is fitting because it reflects a core philosophy he and…

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Sharing God’s Big Love With Little Lives by Jean Thomason

I met Jean Thomason (“Miss Patty Cake“) at the Kidmin Nation Mega-Con. She was delightful and exuberant, even when she wasn’t in character! Honestly, I didn’t know who Miss Patty Cake was before we chatted at Jean’s exhibit booth, but her love for people and children is immediately easy to see. Jean gave me a…

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Kidmin Nation Mega-Con 2018

Kidmin Nation Mega-Con 2018 will be in Nashville next week, October 3-5, and we will be there! On Thursday at 12:30 we will be leading a Fuel Up session on Teaching Kids the Story of the Bible and on Friday at 11:45 we’ll be leading Are We Fablizing the Stories of the Bible?  Will You…

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Improvements Coming To Sunday School Zone

Sunday School Zone has been “out there” for several years now. Literally millions of people from all over the world have visited the site to download free, printable Bible study worksheets for kids as well as curriculum and teacher/parent resources. We’re happy that more people are visiting the site now on a monthly basis than…

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Imaginative Prayer by Jared Patrick Boyd

The spiritual growth (formation) of a child is not an overnight task. That’s really true for anyone of any age. Spiritual growth, like physical growth, is a gradual process. As parents and teachers, we need to recognize that fostering spiritual growth in our kids requires discipline and time on our part as well as a…

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Happy Birthday, Mom! (August 4, 2018)

So yes, this is a bit of self indulgence for me as I wish happy birthday to my mom, Fondanell Edwards, who was born on August 4, 1922. We lost my mom in September of 2011, but she lived a good, long life and was able to live at home and care for herself until…

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