Sunday School Resources for March 2024

Chelsea is busy in England learning how the English people do drama – but in the meantime, she’s sending me the most important blogs you should be reading.

Navigating Faith and Life: Insights from Diverse Perspectives

In the tapestry of faith, life’s complexities often intertwine with spiritual beliefs, presenting challenges, questions, and opportunities for growth. This exploration delves into various aspects of Christian living, from the intricacies of divorce to the power of affirmations, the essence of forgiveness, and the significance of youth ministry. Through a collection of insights from different sources, we aim to provide a coherent understanding of how these elements can influence and enrich one’s spiritual journey.

Is Divorce Ever God’s Will? A Biblical Perspective

The topic of divorce is often met with mixed emotions and interpretations within the Christian community. addresses this sensitive issue by exploring what the Bible says about divorce, offering a nuanced view that seeks to understand God’s heart on the matter. It’s a reminder that while God values the sanctity of marriage, there are circumstances where He extends grace to those facing the painful decision of divorce.

The Power of Biblical Affirmations sheds light on the concept of affirmations within the Bible and how believers can use them to strengthen their faith and daily walk with God. By affirming God’s promises and truths, Christians can find encouragement, hope, and a deeper sense of identity in Christ, especially in times of doubt or struggle.

Rediscovering Our First Love for Jesus touches on a concern many Christians face: the cooling of their initial fervor for Jesus. The site offers reflections on how to rekindle that first love, emphasizing the importance of personal relationship with Christ over mere religious routine.

The Path to Forgiveness

Also from, “Laying Down Our Stones” provides practical steps to forgive those who have hurt us. This piece underscores forgiveness as a cornerstone of Christian faith, offering freedom not just for the forgiven but for the forgiver as well.

Celebrating Faith with Children introduces “Kid-Friendly Ash Wednesday Valentines,” blending the themes of love and reflection in a way that’s accessible to children. This innovative approach helps young ones understand the significance of Ash Wednesday through the familiar concept of Valentine’s Day.

Lessons in Self-Control and Compassion offers a Sunday School lesson focused on self-control, a fruit of the Spirit that is crucial for personal growth and spiritual maturity. Meanwhile,’s lesson on the Lost Sheep teaches children the value of compassion and God’s relentless love for His flock.

Addressing Youth Homelessness and Divorce and tackle the pressing issues of youth homelessness and the impact of divorce on students, respectively. These resources provide insights and practical advice for ministry leaders and educators on supporting young people through these challenging experiences.

Leadership and Ministry Growth

The importance of effective leadership in youth groups is highlighted by, which offers a three-step action plan for growing a church youth group. This strategy emphasizes a welcoming environment, engaging activities, and a clear spiritual mission.

Biblical Lessons and Celebrations

From the story of Joseph and his coat of many colors (In My World) to the teachings of the Sermon on the Mount (Ministry Answers), these lessons bring biblical narratives to life, offering valuable moral and spiritual lessons. celebrates significant events in Jesus’ life, such as the Great Commission and Ascension, and a special birthday lesson, reminding us of the joy and hope found in Christ.

Confronting Modern-Day Idolatry

RCCG OPENHEAVENS LUTON addresses the issue of modern-day idolatry in its Sunday School lesson, challenging believers to examine their hearts and priorities in light of God’s commandments.

Through these diverse topics and resources, we see a comprehensive picture of Christian life and ministry. Each piece offers unique insights into how faith intersects with everyday challenges and opportunities, encouraging believers to grow in their relationship with God and others. Whether through understanding biblical perspectives on divorce, embracing forgiveness, nurturing faith in children, or leading youth groups, these resources serve as a guide for navigating the complexities of life with faith as the compass.

1. Is Divorce ever God’s Will? (A Biblical Look at Divorce) (

2. Are There Affirmations in The Bible & How To Use Them (

3.Have We Lost Our First Love of Jesus? – Chosen and Cherished (

4.Laying Down Our Stones – 6 Steps to Forgive Someone Who Has Hurt You – Chosen and Cherished (

5.Kid-Friendly Ash Wednesday Valentines: Love and Star Dust (

6.A Self-Control Sunday School Lesson from the Bible (

7.Understanding Youth Homelessness Crisis (

8.How to Help Students Dealing with Divorce – Part One |

9.How to Leave Well as a Life Group Leader – Blog | Download Youth Ministry Blog

10.Sunday School Lesson 17 | Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors – In My World

11.The Lost Sheep Sunday School Lesson (

12.Generations Lost: Revitalizing Children’s and Family Ministry in a Secular Age – Childrens Ministry Basics

13. How To Grow A Church Youth Group (3-Step Action Plan) (

14.Great Commission and Ascension of Jesus – Mission Bible Class

15.A Very Special Happy Birthday – Mission Bible Class


17.Sermon On The Mount (Matthew 5:1-12) Sunday School Lesson | Ministry Answers