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The Missing Piece Bible Object Lesson Based on Acts 1:8

The Missing Piece Bible Object Lesson Based on Acts 1:8 is a creative way to share the truth that when you are filled with the Holy Spirit, you will have God’s power to tell others about Jesus.

Show The Missing Piece Bible object lesson based on Acts 1:8 to teach your kids that they need the power of the Holy Spirit to tell others about Jesus no matter where they go in this great big world.

Acts 1:8 says this:  But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” 

Acts 1:8 is a powerful verse. Many missionaries over the centuries have clung to the promise of this verse. This scripture is for us today. I think many of us are afraid to tell others about Jesus, simply because we have not asked the Holy Spirit to fill us with His power to do so. God wants to use you and me to share the good news of His Son Jesus Christ to everyone. On our own, we are weak and unable to do so. But in the power of the Holy Spirit, we can!

The Missing Piece Bible object lesson is my newest object lesson for my first ever online Bible Time Program called “God Gives Me Power!” This new program is perfect for young children ages 4 to 8 and will creatively share how God wants to give each of His children His power through the Holy Spirit. The Missing Piece Bible object lesson is one way to share this truth.



The Missing Piece Bible object lesson is based on an old trick of reconfiguring 4 pieces in two different ways. In the first way, the 4 pieces create a complete rectangle shape. The second way, reconfigures the pieces to make a rectangle with a piece missing in the center. This missing piece is the anchor to the whole lesson.

Take a look at this sample video for The Missing Piece Bible Object Lesson:

 

As you can see in the video, I showcase a map of the world. But when I put all four corners of the earth together, there is a missing piece! But never fear, the missing piece is near! What is the missing piece? It’s Jesus, of course! Jesus is the missing piece this world needs. And through the power of His Holy Spirit you and I can go and tell the world all about Him!

As an extra free gift today, I am giving you one of my favorite pictures of Jesus sitting with children from all over the world.




Just click on the link below to print the picture off for your home or classroom.

Jesus with the Children All Over the World




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56 thoughts on “The Missing Piece Bible Object Lesson Based on Acts 1:8”

  • Dear Katty.
    Thank you to sharing the Gospel news in a so such beautiful and creative way.
    May God bless you and your mission.
    Robert

  • Thank you, Betty, for all your support! I appreciate it! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Thank you for your generosity. God bless you!!!
    I love all that I have gotten on your website, especially the story sticks.
    The children and the adults were both amazed.
    Again, thank you 🙏🏽

  • Amen, Cyndi! Jesus is our missing piece. As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • I love teaching young children about God’s love but sometimes it can be challenging to keep their attention. I love doing object lessons because they seem to “catch on” a lot quicker. The puzzle with two answers is great but I really love when Jesus shows up as the missing piece. We all need to remember that if we have a hole in our lives, Jesus is the missing piece. Thank you.

  • Amen, Judy! Blessings! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Thank you, Lois! Miss you! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Thank you, Jackie! Your ideas are great! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Kids are wonderful! We often don’t give them enough credit. Thank you for the kind words! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Hi Jenny, Glad you like it! Eventually, I will give the instructions. As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • I am thankful for the Holy Spirit’s “highlights” too! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Hi Teresa, I would LOVE to come and share! Let’s pray about it and see what the Lord does. Blessings! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • I love the Holy Spirit, too! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • My favorite part is that Jesus welcomed the children, and we should remember to come to Christ as a child. Children can be a reminder of how simple the gospel is, and that we should be excited to share this with the world.

  • Thank you Miss Kathy for another wonderful object lesson to help children understand
    More of God’s love through sending Jesus! You’re fabulous! Can’t wait to have you back at Grace Seal Beach!

  • What I like the most about the Gospel is how Jesus did everything to save me and you from sin and all we have to do is have faith in Him!

  • Thank you so much for being a vessel in the hands of ALMIGHTY God. Through your lessons has helped me in particular bri g the Gospel across in “a different” and fun way. WRG to your lesson above, do you think I vud make the kids try point out where they, their friends and fam live and then bring Jesus in the equation to make sure they know how very important it is that they have Jesus and know that He loves them? Absolutely love your creativity. May God and the Holy Spirit continue to use u empowering others and reaching our children. Jackie

  • My favorite part about sharing the gospel with the children in my church is actually how well they remember and have such high ability to apply it to their lives. The most exciting thing is how the Bible comes to life for them when object lessons or examples are used! They love it! Thank you so much for inspiring me and giving us great resources and lessons to use!

  • What a great idea ~ I love it and hope u will show how to make the 4 pieces into 5? Bless u girlfriend xxxhugsxxx

  • I love how the gospel are so rich and always have something to teach me. I love how through the Holy Spirit it is like God highlights certain things to me depending on what is going on in m life. Thanks Kathy. This looks awesome!

  • KATHY I WOULD LOVE FOR OUR CHURCHES IN OUR LITTLE TOWN TO GET TOGETHER AND HAVE YOU TO. COME AND GET THE MESSAGE OUT TO ALL THE KIDS ABOUT Jesus ! Thank you for what you do to help others to go out and tell about our Savior. .

  • My favorite part of the Gospel to others is when Holy Spirit gives us power to do the works as Jesus did helping other people.

  • You’re welcome, Mary! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • That’s awesome, Rhea! I love the children’s faces when they light up, too! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Thank you, Deborah! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Thank you, Shelly! So happy to hear you did the “Little Flower Pot.” I love that one! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • My favorite part is showing that we need Jesus to connect the world so we can all be saved!

  • Thank you Kathy. You really inspire us to do more to help young people know the Lord. We appreciate you so much.

  • That was really neat. I think the boys, especially, will be trying to figure out how a space happened when there wasn’t one before.

  • My favorite part of sharing the gospel is seeing the delight and openness on the faces of the children. Their faith and eagerness to know God gives me life!

  • I love the fact that Jesus gives us his Holy Spirit to tell others about Him. We don’t need to worry about what to say because He will help us with what to say. I have lots of fun teaching my Primary children. I always let them know that I love Jesus and I love them too. I love the things you put out for the children and I would love to buy some of your things but because I don’t have the money I can’t. Keep up your good work and may God bless you with all of His blessings to give.

  • I love your bible lessons for little ones. I teach in a Christian preschool and your site is so inspirational. Today I used your little flower pot story (purchased off your site) with the magical flower pot and all. Thank you so much.

  • The gospel is that it is good news for everyone, regardless of class, race, culture. Jesus takes away sin so any one who believes will live with God forever

  • Amen, Robin! All paid for by our Loving Savior! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • HI Kristen, Glad you like the story! For your 2’s and 3’s, I would talk about the map and show them where they live and where other boys and girls live. I would then show them the picture of Jesus as the missing piece to teach them that they have to love Jesus to have His power to tell other boys and girls all about Him. Just keep it short and sweet and let the focus be on Jesus. As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • My favorite part about the gospel is that it is free. there is nothing that you can or have to do to earn Salvation.

  • Dear Andrea, So glad you like it! It was fun to put together! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Dear Kathy, How wonderful! Thank you for sharing this story about your grandson! God is soooo faithful! As promised, I sent you an email with the free video. Enjoy!

  • Dear Kathy,

    This is really soooopoop awesome.
    Thos is such a perfect lesson for Pentecost, which is just a week away.
    Thank u – that through yiur GENIUS GIFTINGS, we are alll blest
    Thank u dear Kathy.
    Every Friday, i keep a WATCH FOR YOUR GENEROUS TREASURES.

    Blessings,

    Andrea. India

  • My grandson’s favorite part of the Gospels is Jesus saying,”Let the children come to me” . It’s the verse that made Christ real to him. It made the need for a Saviour come alive for him. He was saved at 5. He’s 18, and graduating high school. That’s still, and probably will always be, his most near and dear.

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