Friday, March 13, 2015

The Best Exodus Online Sunday School Lessons


Use these Sunday school lessons on the book of Exodus to help inspire and guide your lesson planning! God bless!




Exodus Online Sunday School Lessons
  • Shiphrah and Puah Do what is Right Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 1:1-21 – This Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson is about Shiphrah and Puah. Acted out from the perspective of Shiphrah, this Sunday School lesson is about doing the right thing, even when someone else tells us to do something wrong.
  • The Israelites Are Slaves – Exodus 1:6-22 – Use this complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that no matter our circumstances, we can work with joy and glorify God.
  • The Adoption of Moses – Exodus 1:15-2:10 – This lesson plan by Beckie Stewart teaches children that God was taking care of Moses, and that his mother had to trust that god would take care of him.
  • God Gives Moses' Mom a Great Idea Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 1:22-2:10 – Told from the perspective of Moses’ sister, Miriam, this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson will teach your students even more about doing the right thing even when you’re afraid of the person telling you to do the wrong thing. Your students will also learn that doing as God wishes will earn rewards, as Moses’ mother was able to look after him when the Princess adopted him.
  • Baby Moses and the River for Preschoolers – Exodus 1:22-2:10 – This lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan teaches children the story of Moses as a baby, and how God saved him.
  • Protected to Save... A Tale of Two Babies - Exodus 1:22-2:10 - Use this full lesson plan by Kristin Schmidt to teach children that God has a plan for everything and everyone.
  • Baby Moses and the River – Exodus 1:22-2:10 – This complete lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan teaches children the story of God saving Moses as a baby.
  • God Protects Baby Moses – Exodus 2:1-10 – This complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that God protects his people, the ones who choose to follow him.
  • Who is Moses? - This complete lesson plan by Daniel Lowery goes through Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy to teach children who Moses is and why he matters.
  • Moses Grows UpExodus 2:11-25 – Use this complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that God does not forget his people, and that he uses mess-ups like Moses to fulfill his plan.
  • The Call of Moses - Moses and the Burning Bush Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 2:11-4:17 – This Sermon4Kids Sunday School lesson about Moses and the burning bush will help you teach your students about God appearing to Moses.
  • A Baby by the River Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 2 – Use this Sermon4Kids Sunday School lesson about Moses to teach your students about a parent’s love, and God’s love. Moses’ mother refused to kill him, and sacrificed the ability to care for him, in order to save his life. In return, God allowed her to care for Moses anyways, by being his nurse.
  • Moses and the River - Exodus 2:1-9 - Use this skit by Felicia Mollohan to help show your children the story of Moses on the Nile.
  • Moses Escapes to Midian - Exodus 2:15-23 - This skit by Felicia Mollohan helps teach children how Moses reacted in fear of the Egyptians and Hebrews.
  • Moses and the Desert – Exodus 2, 3 – Use this full lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan to teach children the story of Moses and the burning bush.
  • The Great "I AM" Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 3 – Submitted to Sermons4Kids by Karin Grant, this Sunday School lesson will teach your students about one of Moses’ conversations with the Lord. In this Sunday School lesson, you will be teaching your students about how they can affirm themselves with positive “I AM” statements, because God wouldn’t want them to use His name to berate themselves with negative self-talk.
  • Moses and the Burning Bush Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 3 – Use this Sunday School lesson from Sermons4Kids to teach your students about Moses and the burning bush. In his first conversation with God, Moses is told to remove his shoes as a sign of respect for the Holy Ground. This Sunday School lesson also teaches students that God is everywhere, and everywhere is Holy Ground – but it’s okay to wear their shoes!
  • God Talks to Moses – Exodus 3:1-22 – Use this full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that God doesn't ask us to do things he will not provide for.
  • The Gospel of the Burning Bush – Exodus 3:1-6 – This complete lesson plan by TruthforChildren teaches children that the burning bush serves as a foreshadow for the Gospel of Christ.
  • Moses and the Desert for Preschoolers – Exodus 3:1-8 – This full lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan teaches children the story of Moses and the burning bush.
  • Moses and the Burning Bush – Exodus 3:1-10 – Use this lesson plan from TruthforChildren to teach children that the burning bush is a picture of Jesus Christ.
  • Who is I AM? - Exodus 3:1-17 - This complete lesson plan by Tara Tegard teaches children about who God is, and who Jesus said he was.
  • Moses and the Burning Bush - Exodus 3 - Use this skit by Felicia Mollohan to help teach children about what God said to Moses from the burning bush.
  • The Plagues of Egypt and Crossing the Red Sea Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 4:18-14:31 – One of our own, this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, will teach your students about the Exodus story. Have an older student or another teacher act the part of Moses, who will tell your students all about his tale.
  • Bricks Without Straw – Exodus 5:1-21 – Use this complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that things got worse before they got better for the Israelites, but that God equips us to worship him no matter our circumstances.
  • God Promises Deliverance – Exodus 5:22-6:12 – This full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that God never leaves us, and his promises last for all time.
  • The Ten Plagues – Exodus 7:14–11:10 – Use this complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that we need to fear God and serve him with all our hearts, because he has been good to us.
  • The First Passover Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 12 – This Sermon4Kids Sunday School lesson about Moses and how the first Passover came to be, will teach your students about how God punished the Pharaoh for disobeying Him by not listening to Moses. You can also teach your students about God’s forgiveness and protection with this Sunday School lesson, which discusses how those that believed in God would sacrifice a lamb at Passover, and God would pass them over during the tenth plague.
  • The Passover – Exodus 12 – This Sunday school lesson plan by Nicole VanderMeulen teaches children that God saves his people, and we use a meal to remind ourselves of God's grace.
  • Christ Our Passover – Exodus 12:1-30 – Use this lesson plan from TruthforChildren to teach children that the events of the first Passover were designed by God to serve as a picture for understanding what Christ did for us.
  • The Passover – Exodus 12:1-30 – This complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that the Passover was a shadow of what Christ would come to do.
  • A Little Bit of Leaven – Exodus 12:14-20 – This full lesson plan from TruthforChildren teaches children what leaven is and how it changes everything.
  • Moses Leads the People Out of Egypt – Exodus 12:31-42 – Use this complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that different things in our lives can remind us of the good things that God has done, like unleavened bread for the Israelites.
  • Moses and the Red Sea – Exodus 13, 14 – This lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan teaches children the story of Moses and the Israelites crossing the Red Sea.
  • Moses and the ExodusExodus 13, 14 – Use this lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan to teach children the story of Moses leading the people out of Egypt.
  • The Waters Part Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 14 – Sermons4Kids delivers another great Sunday School lesson about Moses in this lesson. Use this Sunday School lesson to teach your students about how they can trust God, and obey Him, even if the orders may not make sense.
  • Parting the Red Sea Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 14 – Using a demonstration that involves separating pepper in water with dish soap, this fun Sunday School lesson from Sermons4Kids discusses how God gave Moses the power to lead His people home out of Egypt and slavery.
  • The Parting of the Red Sea – Exodus 14 – This lesson plan from TruthforChildren teaches children that God continuously saves his people from their sins.
  • Through the Red Sea – Exodus 14:1-31 – Use this full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that God takes care of his people and those whom he loves.
  • God is My Song – Exodus 15:2 – Use this complete lesson plan by Kara Jenkins to teach children that God gives joy to our hearts.
  • Bitter Water Turns Sweet – Exodus 15:22-27 – This lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that God provides for his people.
  • God Gives the People Manna! Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 15:22-16:3 – This Sunday School lesson about the Exodus will help you teach your students about God providing us with what we need, when we need it most. The Sunday School lesson, by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, uses a desert survival relay race to help illustrate what the Israelites would have needed while walking the desert.
  • Dinner on the Ground Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 16 – This Sermon4Kids Sunday School lesson about the Exodus uses a tasty treat to help demonstrate the provisions that God provided the Israelites.
  • Our Daily Bread Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 16 – Use this Sunday School lesson to teach your students about the bread that the Lord rained down on the Israelites daily, while they walked through the desert.
  • What Is It? Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 16 – This Sermons4Kids Sunday School lesson will help you teach your students about God’s provisions to the Israelites as they travelled through the desert. This Sunday School lesson about the Exodus will help your students understand that God provides us with everything we need, if we only ask.
  • Not Meatballs, but Manna – Exodus 16 – Use this lesson plan by Kristin Charles to teach children that God is greater than any inventor, and gave the Israelites everything they needed in the desert.
  • God Gives Manna to Eat – Exodus 16:1-36 – This complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that God provided physical bread to meet the Israelites' needs when they were in the desert, and he sent Jesus to meet our spiritual needs.
  • Christ is the Manna from Heaven – Exodus 16:31-32 – Use this lesson plan from TruthforChildren to teach children that Christ fulfills all of our spiritual needs today, just as God fulfilled the Israelites' need for food in the desert.
  • Moses and the People of Israel – Exodus 16, 17 – This lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan teaches children that complaining isn't okay, because we can trust God.
  • Moses and the People of Israel Preschool Lesson – Exodus 16, 17 – Use this full lesson plan from Felicia Mollohan to teach preschoolers the story of the Israelites complaining.
  • Manna Sunday School Coloring Page – This coloring page from Sermons4Kids will help your students understand the manna provision Sunday School lesson. It shows the Israelites gathering their daily bread from the ground.
  • Living Water from God's Rock – Exodus 17:1-7 – Use this full lesson plan from TruthforChildren to teach children that Jesus is God's rock – he saves us from death and provides rivers of living water.
  • Water From a Rock – Exodus 17:1-7 – This complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that God hears us when we pray.
  • Help Each Other Pray! Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 17:8-16 – This Sunday School lesson, by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, can be used to teach your students about prayer. Using the story of Moses praying to God to help the Israelites when the Amalekites attacked them, show your students about the power and importance of prayer, and the importance of praying for others, and with others.
  • God is With Us - Exodus 17:8-16 - Use this complete Sunday school lesson plan by Brittany Bradshaw to teach children that God is always with us.
  • Moses Holds Up His Hands – Exodus 17:8-16 – This full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that we need to lift our lives up to Christ as a living sacrifice.
  • Rocky the Rock Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 17 – Written for Sermons4Kids by Marianne Grano, this Sunday School lesson is about Moses getting water from a rock, with the help of God. Told from the rock’s perspective, this silly Sunday School lesson will really get through to children of all ages, but especially the younger ones that may have a hard time understanding traditional lessons.
  • Water from a Rock Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 17 – Using the story of Moses getting water from a rock, this Sunday School lesson discusses the importance of trusting in God, especially when we’re in a situation that seems impossible to get out of. Originally appearing on Sermons4Kids, this Sunday School lesson is for older children than the Rocky the Rock Sunday School lesson also by Sermons4Kids.
  • Jethro Advises Moses – Exodus 18:1-27 – Use this full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that we need to have wise people in our lives who can give us advice – like our parents.
  • God Speaks from Mount Sinai – Exodus 19:1-25 – This complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that we need to obey God's word in order to experience him fully.
  • The Gospel Revealed to God's People – Exodus 19-20 – This lesson from TruthforChildren teaches children that God gave us the law so we might understand our sin, and sent Jesus to fulfill that law.
  • Through the Bible Series: Exodus – Exodus 20:2 Use this lesson plan from TruthforChildren to teach children how the Exodus of the Israelites points people to Christ.
  • The Giving of the Law and the Golden Calf Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 19-34 – This Sunday School lesson is about Moses receiving the Ten Commandments from God, and then discovering that the Israelites had been worshiping false idols while Moses was on Mount Sinai. You can use this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson to teach your students about false idols, and the importance of not worshiping them.
  • Following the Leader Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 23 – This Sermons4Kids Sunday School lesson by Gayle Lovvoorn will help students understand what the Bible says about how to choose when to follow, when to take the lead, and when to walk away.
  • Gifts for the Tabernacle – Exodus 25-29 – Use this complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that God wants us to give fully and freely to him and his purposes.
  • Building the Tabernacle – Exodus 25-30 – This full lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan teaches children what an offering is, and offering God a special offering.
  • Building the Tabernacle for Preschoolers – Exodus 25:1-9 – Use this Sunday school lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan to teach preschoolers the story of God instructing the building of the Tabernacle.
  • The Golden Calf – Exodus 32:1-35 – This full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that when we break God's commandments, we also break his heart.
  • Do You Know? Game Idea for Learning About God – Exodus 33:18 – Use this game from Wayne Stocks to help introduce the idea of knowing God personally.
  • Why We Can't See God Sunday School LessonExodus 33:18-23 – When discussing Moses and how he was able to see God, the question of why we can’t see Him ourselves is bound to come up. This Sunday School lesson about Moses and the Exodus will help you explain to your students what the Bible says about why we can’t see God.
  • The New Stone Tablets – Exodus 34:1-35 – This complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that one way to love God well is to obey his commands.
  • Changed Sunday School Lesson - Exodus 34:29-35 – In this Sunday School lesson by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, your students will learn about how Moses was happy and excited to be talking to God, and how Christians should be happy to talk to God, as well.
  • The Tabernacle - Helping to Build the First Church Sunday School LessonExodus 35:30-36:7 – This lengthy Sunday School lesson about the first church will help your students understand how and why the Tabernacle was built, and why it’s important to make spiritual offerings. The Sunday School lesson is divided into three separate parts, so that you can teach it over the course of three lessons, if you don’t have the time for the full lesson.
  • The Tabernacle – Exodus 40:1-38 – Use this full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that the tabernacle was a shadow of the temple that exists now – us!

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