Below you'll find links to some of our most popular and timely resources. View a full menu of all our Bible Story Lesson & Resource forums.
Take a peek at this free downloadable Advent resource video we created to help families and small groups celebrate the birth of Jesus at home and church.
You are welcome to post the video to your church's website or Facebook page, email a link to the video's resource page, DOWNLOAD and show the video clip, or simply recommend some of the hand-picked resources featured in the video. To download it, open the video and press Ctrl-S (or Command S on a Mac) to save it to your computer.
Rotation.org is now home to the six Kids Interactive Bible Series programs ~and the outlines and lesson plans to teach with them. Check them out!
View links to 20 Favorite Advent and Christmas Lessons, Ideas, and Resources selected by our Rotation.org Treasure Hunters Beth T, Robin S, Cathy W, Luanne P, and Neil M -- and discussed in our recent community Zoom Chat. View a menu of all our Thanksgiving and Advent Resource Forums.
You'll get access to some very special supporting member content and features, like our Writing Team lesson sets, Bible video guides, and Vallotton Bible Illustration Collection. Your support allows us to keep going and growing our unique resources for Sunday School, and provide creative and personal help to struggling Sunday Schools.
The Team's creative lesson sets on major Bible stories utilize Art, Drama, Bible Games, Software, Cooking, Video, Music and more to teach God's Word in exciting and memorable ways. Broadly-graded, with adaptations for younger, smaller, and shorter classes. The Bible Backgrounds and Lesson Summaries are open to all. The Team's lessons are in addition to all our public lesson content.
About the Rotation Model and Organization of Our Site
The lesson content in each of our Bible Story Lesson Forums is organized by creative teaching mediums such as art, video, and cooking. In the Rotation Model we teach a major story for several weeks in a row --each week using a different "workshop" (teaching medium). if you're using a traditional "new story each week" model, browse all the workshops for your story and pick one that fits your needs.Here's a short video about the Rotation Model...
Here's an example of a Workshop Rotation-style schedule for 2 broadly graded groups. View the presentations for more scheduling and scaling examples.
This past August was Rotation.org's 25th Birthday Celebration. Read our fascinating history, some interesting stats, and stories from long-time members.