In this week’s Sunday School lesson we will be learning about the right choice Abram made choosing to stay a sojourner in the land of Canaan in contrast to the wrong choice Lot made moving his family to Sodom.
Please refer to this post which outlines the memory verse system we are using this year for Primary Stage 1.
Click here to download the memory verses for Lessons 7 to 12.
Click here to download the blank memory verse page used to attach the memory verses to each week.
Year-Long Lapbook Project
(Please refer to this post for details on the lapbook project.)
The activity for the lapbook this week is an accordion flap about the separation of Abram and Lot. There is a second “eyes” flap which has the promises made to Abram in Genesis 13v14.
Click here to download the PDF of the two flaps. There are instructions for printing and folding the flaps in the PDF document.
Thanks to Kate B. for sharing these practical challenges.
Each week we hope to share a practical challenge that can be incorporated into the lesson or as homework.
Lesson 7 – Practical Challenge
In case you’ve forgotten, two dedicated Sunday School teachers have very useful Pinterest pages that link directly to the CSSA program. Each week we will share direct links to the Pinterest boards so you can quickly and easily get quality ideas if needed.
If you are looking for some talks to listen to in preparation for this lesson, bro. Matt Norton has a series on Lot that were done for the a teen class at the Mid-Atlantic Bible School. These can be found at Christadelphian Bible Talks by searching for “Lot.”
This is a link to a video class by bro. Leen Ritmeyer on the excavation of the city of Sodom from the Ontario Winter Bible School.
“And God…delivered just Lot, vexed with the filthy conversation of the wicked: (For that righteous man dwelling among them, in seeing and hearing, vexed his righteous soul from day to day with their unlawful deeds;) The Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptations, and to reserve the unjust unto the day of judgment to be punished:”
2 Peter 2: 4, 7-9