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Martha and Mary (Luke 10:38-42) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities

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What does God want from us? How much do we need to do to earn His favor? The truth is, there’s nothing we can or should do to please God. He loves us for who we are and wants to spend time with us and hear from us. Children might not be as “busy” or overwhelmed as adults but can still benefit from remembering that Jesus values our time and calls us to slow down and rest in Him.

Lesson focus: In this lesson, students will hear the story of Martha and Mary, and learn from it the importance of taking time to spend with Jesus and listening for His voice. Though a seemingly short and simple passage, it communicates powerful truths that children can carry with them long-term.

Easy-Prep Bible Lesson

  • Target Age: elementary school, adaptable for K-6th grades
  • Translation: choose ESV or KJV
  • Stand-alone lesson plan
  • 17-pages of teaching material
  • Instant digital download
  • Flexible teaching plan for mixed age groups

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Egis OA
Wonderful resource

It was easy to teach kids with and very interactive. The kids enjoyed every bit of it and it made the story of Mary and Martha easy for kids to understand.

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Teresa Phillips

Wonderful material. I am a visual person, as well as several of my students. The pictures made my class come alive with interest and comments.