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 Discovering God on Route 66

This curriculum is geared toward children in the first through the fifth grades.  Each lesson contains at least four different methods of presenting the key point(s).  Methods can include Bible reading, stories, drama, games, crafts, puppets, FUNSHEETS (can be used as Take Home review), music, special guests, etc.  There is enough material in each lesson to last at least one hour.  Please read A Letter from the Author.  For a more detailed description of this curriculum go to details and FAQ's.

Take a look at the following descriptions for each lesson.  Please send an email to Nancy at with a request for the lessons you are interested in purchasing.  Each individual lesson costs $7.  Or, save money and buy a consecutive 13-week group for only $75.

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Lesson Title Description

Jesus Is
Above All

From a study of Ephesians 1:19-23 and Philippians 2:9-11, children discover that Jesus has many names and He is above all rulers in the past, present, or future!  One day everyone will worship Him as King of Kings.  After researching over 20 names, children make a terrific craft to use at home.


By Grace

Children learn that salvation is a gift from God that cannot be earned.  Yet, God planned in advance for each of us to do good things even as children.  There are 2 fun games to help the children remember Ephesians 2:8-10.


Loves You

Paul sets the example for all to understand that through prayer, study, song, and coming together - we can know that God loves us!  After a fun drama and a powerful prayer time together, there are 2 optional crafts for the children to make. Ephesians 3:12, 14-21; 5:19, 20.


Anger Today

From studying Ephesians 4:26-32, children are taught about sharing, encouraging, and forgiving others.  Yet, the main lesson is learned is to not let the sun go down on our anger!  A great game is played where each team must confess their anger before the sun goes down!


Of God

Part I

In Ephesians 6:10-18 children discover that it is critical to put on the full armor of God so that they will be able to stand against Satan’s schemes!  This lesson helps children memorize Eph. 6:11 and play an exciting game.  To allow children time to grasp these important but abstract concepts, both lesson parts should be taught.

#71 Armor
Of God

Part II

This final study from the book of Ephesians continues the lesson about wearing spiritual armor.  Children will make a remarkable craft.  This craft will be a great reminder to pray for God’s strength in wearing our armor!


I Can Do
All Things

Children are encouraged that they can do all things through Christ –including witnessing.  Though Paul suffered tremendously for witnessing, he saw his imprisonment as a good thing and we can too.  Philippians 1:12-14; 4:11-13


Be Like

After studying Philippians 2:1-9 and watching a puppet show to relate the lesson, children will understand that we need to have an attitude like Jesus and put others first.  Songs and games reinforce this important lesson.



Through Bible study, games, and performing skits, children will discover that to obey means doing God’s work without complaining, arguing, or grumbling.  Philippians 2:12-14


Rejoice in
The Lord


Philippians 4:4-8: Children realize that God wants us to rejoice at all times – even when bad things happen!  We can do this through prayer and then God will give us peace.  Games, prayer, and object lessons review this main point.



Children learn that God created us to please Him.  A fun story is shared to help them understand the concept of serving the one who made us.  After reviewing scripture, they create something themselves.  Colossians 1:16


Things Above

Children will understand that life on earth is short and so we need to focus our minds on our eternity with God.  After studying Colossians 3:1-4; 7-10 and learning to distinguish between earthly things and things above, children play a thought-provoking game.



In this final lesson from Colossians, children will discover that we are to do everything with our best effort as if we are doing it for God.  Children play a fun game and make a meaningful craft.  Colossians 3:23-25






Paul’s Second Missionary Journey

To prepare for this quarter’s lessons from Thessalonians and Timothy, the children will participate in helping tell the story of Paul’s trip as told in Acts 17 and 18.  Teaching others about Jesus and Christianity are emphasized in the story.  Then, the events and places are reinforced through a fun game. 


A Model

From I Thessalonians 1:1-9, children learn that just as Paul was a model as a Christian, the Thessalonians also became models to others!  In the same way, people are watching us and we need to be good examples.


Love More
And More

With the help of pennies, children will learn how important it is to love more and more! Plus, a great game is used to encourage the children to get to know one another better and put love into action. I Thessalonians 4:9-11



From a puppet show, song, a guest, cut outs, Old Testament, and I Thessalonians 4:16-18 children discover that one day Jesus is coming back to earth in a marvelous way!


 Church Leaders

In I Thessalonians 5:12,13 children will understand the importance of showing respect to those who teach us God’s Word.  Time is spent praying and making special gifts.  Also, by playing a unique game, children see how to incorporate respectful habits into their lives.


Hold on to
the Good

Balloons are the best teachers in this final study from the book of I Thessalonians! Children learn what it means to “Test everything!”  Then, “Hold on to the good and avoid every kind of evil.”



From II Thessalonians 2:15-17, children find out the importance of standing firm in what we have been taught about God and in keeping our commitments to God.  A fabulous game is played during class and later used at home to reinforce these concepts! (Ideally taught w/ #84 & #86.)



After watching a very short video clip and hearing a true short story, children will study II Thessalonians 3:1-3.  They will find reassurance in knowing that God is faithful.  He will strengthen and protect them from the evil one.


Never Tire
Of Doing

Children are taught that it is important to work and help out without complaining.  They have the chance to discuss the best response to real life situations and practice doing.  Plus, children will learn a special skill to impress their parents later at home!  II Thessalonians 3:11-13



I Timothy 1:15,16; 2:1-4: Children are reminded that “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners” (NIV)  They will find out that it pleases God when we pray for others – especially for their salvation because God’s desire is for everyone to be a Christian.


Be an

In I Timothy 4:12 encourages young Timothy to live his life as an example. After teaching up to 5 Bible stories about other young godly people, children will understand that they too can live their lives as godly examples.


Love Of
Money . . .

Through unusual games, the study of I Timothy 6:6-10, a story, and examples, children learn an extremely important lesson that people who want to get rich fall into traps and temptation!



In this final lesson from I Timothy, children will discover that we are to be generous and willing to share.  Children make a versatile craft as a reminder.  (This lesson continues the main points of Lesson #90.)