The following Jonah Sunday School lesson for children is a sample lesson. You can find a complete lesson with printable patterns on The Resource Room. Print out the cards onto card stock, cut them apart, and send one home with each child.
Have you ever heard the story of the turtle and the rabbit? The story is that there was a rabbit who thought he was the fastest animal in the forest and he made sure that everyone knew it. He would go around bragging about his speed and his ability to run.
During the story, Jonah or Yunus as he is known in Islamis called to board a ship to preach to the people of Nineveh. Jonah is tossed overboard and spends several days in a whale, trying to hide from God; however, he finds he cannot hide. This story is often told as a test of faith and is traditionally read by Jews on Yom Kippur.
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The Grinch is a humorous and whimsical character, so it's easy to laugh at Seuss's over-the-top description. However, we have all let our "inner Grinch" out of hiding, and when we see glimpses of this character in ourselves, it's not so funny. The good news is that we are not alone in our frail, human state.
In simple terms, the story of Jonah is about a big fish that swallows a man whole and spits him out on the sands of a beach. But the story is about so much more than that. As did Jonah, many teens face the temptation of running from their problems as opposed to choosing obedience.
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This beautiful Heaven and Earth Wall Calendar will draw you to a theme each month to reflect upon. A passage of Scripture for each month allows for meditation on the theme for that specific month. This wall calendar will surely cause you to appreciate those wonderful graces the Lord gives us.
Through interactive adventures and beautiful animations, kids explore the big stories of the Bible. The Bible App for Kids is a delight-filled experience designed to encourage kids to return again and again. I use this app almost daily with my 5 year old and 2 year old, and I have been blown away by what the Lord has done in their little lives because this resource teaches the Word at their level.