I’ve been working on this Easter Sunday school lesson for a couple of weeks now. Each time I think it’s done, I come back and tweak it a little more, and then tweak it again.
Finally, I can say 100% for sure it’s done. I’ve bought the supplies for it, all the pictures are taken, and I’ve sent off the print request to the church (okay that last part is still in the works).
I was vaguely inspired by a couple of posts from my Easter pinterest board, but mainly this post that talked about the Stations of the Resurrection. I’ve always been intrigued by the Stations of the Cross, but they add in so many things that aren’t in the Bible, I’ve never quite been comfortable teaching the concept.
But, these are straight from scripture, and I love them. So, I got to thinking about how to represent the events to the kids visually.
Their fear as they went to the tomb, and discovered it empty.
Their great hope when they saw Jesus for the first time.
And the doubt they had, did it really happen?
In the end these are all precious memories the disciples had. Memories of reconciliation, of grace, of great hope. These are memories that change your life. And for these men and women they did.
So, if you’d like to get your own copy of the Easter Sunday School lesson, click on the link, or the picture at the top of the post to download and print your own copy.