It is finished. The tomb is empty. Jesus has risen. There is salvation for all who repent and believe in Him! This is the good news of the gospel. And we have the great privilege and responsibility to declare this glorious reality to the next generations.

As Easter approaches, churches and families have the opportunity to teach and remind children of the eternal hope and joy that is found in our resurrected Savior.

Below you'll find free lessons and devotionals as well as books and booklets that introduce the gospel to children.

Free lessons and devotional materials

Also, see "Help Children Celebrate Jesus' Resurrection" for suggested reading plans for the days leading up to Easter.

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A gospel booklet to introduce children to a treasure beyond imagination.

This small (24-page) full-color booklet has been designed to lead children on a journey to discover 10 essential truths of the gospel, which culminate in the greatest treasure of all—enjoying God Himself forevermore!

A book to help young children see the good news of the gospel.

This simple gospel presentation uses the themes of creation, fall, redemption, and restoration to help young children (ages 4-7) understand and be able to explain to others the good news of the gospel.

A new kind of Bible resource to introduce children to a glorious God.

More Than a Story takes children (ages 6-12) on a chronological journey through the Bible with a God-centered, gospel-focused, discipleship-oriented, theologically grounded perspective.

Old Testament and New Testament volumes available individually or as a bundle.

A booklet to help present the gospel in an accurate and child-friendly manner.

This resource covers: preparing the hearts of children to hear the gospel, discerning stages of spiritual growth, communicating the essential truths of the gospel, and presenting the gospel in an accurate and child-friendly manner. Includes a 10-week family devotional based on the 10 essential truths of the gospel (which are featured in The Greatest Treasure).

A family devotional to help all ages know who God is and what He is like.

The Glorious God, Glorious Gospel devotional includes 15 lessons for family discipleship designed to ground children in the essential and glorious truths of the gospel.

Also available:
• Notebook — Help students stay engaged and apply the lessons.
• Coloring Book — Engage the littlest minds by keeping their fingers busy.

Glorious God, Glorious God devotional is also now available on Kindle

A book that helps introduce children to their need for a Savior and lays out God's plan of salvation.

In God's Gospel, Jill Nelson demonstrates that even young children can learn about the gospel — not just in general, but in full detail! In this illustrated guide for parents to read with children (ages 5 to 10), she lays out God's plan of salvation, starting with His very first designs for creation and moving through what went wrong, how important and hopeless our situation truly is, and what the wonderful news of our Savior's sacrifice means for us.

A book to help children embrace the life-transforming truths of the gospel.

This children's book has been written so that children (ages 6 to 10) might know and embrace the life-transforming truths of the gospel. Through the use of key Scriptures and child-friendly, compelling narrative, children will encounter the greatest realities in all the universe—and in their own lives.

Help visiting children engage with the church service.

My Church Notes and My First Church Notes are printable downloads you can give to visiting families that include note pages from the My Church Notebooks.

The My Church Notes pages feature content designed to teach children to actively listen to the sermon, take notes, recognize key points, and ask questions. The children are also asked to reflect on what God wants them to think, be, or do in response to what they hear in the sermon. The download can be printed as a 5.5" x 8.5" booklet.

The My First Church Notes pages include a memory verse page with a picture to color, a coloring page, a border page to draw a picture of something the child hears about from the sermon and an additional page for drawing or writing words. The download can be printed as an 8.5" x 11" booklet.