Being a Christian is a challenge that has been faced by people for thousands of years. Every child who enters your Sunday school is entrusting you with an ALMA, whose value is incomparable to anything else in the world. If you bring the right attitude to your Sunday School lesson, you can create a thriving Sunday school ministry. Unfortunately, many people call Sunday School “their school” without ever attending it.
To create an engaging Sunday school culture in your church, you must follow certain principles about public participation. Every Sunday school teacher has the right to be called “Reverend” if they put their trust in God. The main goal of Sunday school teaching should be to tame the ferocity of students' passions, suppress their cruelty, punish their inappropriate language, and make them honest, obedient, courteous, hardworking, submissive and orderly. The ultimate purpose of Sunday school should always be kept in mind when preparing lessons.
Sunday school teachers and pastors have the opportunity to open difficult texts and explain them in a way that is understandable for all ages. During Sunday school, you can organize stimulating conversations that are both interesting and instructive. If you apply childish principles to your lesson design or content, students will ignore you because they feel condescended to. Increase your Sunday school attendance by creating an enthusiastic and lively community of engaged students.