Below you'll find links to some of our most popular and timely resources. View a full menu of all our Lesson & Resource forums.
🌼Ideas for Teacher~Leader Appreciation
Come see Cathy and Robin's latest re-discoveries
featuring their finds from our Emmaus and Great Commission resources.
Rotation.org is the official home of over 140 New Testament story illustrations by Annie Vallotton, the Swiss artist whose illustrations famously grace the pages of the Good News Bible. The collection has many post-resurrection story images and includes both color background and grayscale versions of each image. Download the images for your congregational use!!
New from the Writing Team:
The Story of Creation Lesson Set
Everyone can read the lesson summaries and Bible background for these six new wonderfully creative and memorable lessons. Supporting Members can copy, download, and adapt the lessons as they wish. The Team's extra special lessons are in addition to our hundreds of publicly available lesson ideas and plans. Learn more about the Team and see a menu of their lesson sets!
We are the new home of Sunday Software's interactive Bible programs for kids!Learn more about these free downloadable Bible software programs. Become a Supporting Member and start downloading, teaching with, and sharing them today.
- Returning to and Rebuilding Sunday School discussion, ideas, inspirations, challenges.
- Easier At-Home and In-Church Lessons, Ideas, and Activities
- Resources for Small Sunday Schools
About the Rotation Model and Organization of Our Site
Our Bible Story Lesson Forums are organized around "major" Bible stories and "Workshops" -- such as Art, Video, and Drama (creative teaching methods). This organization is a nod to our Rotation modelers for whom this site was originally created. It ALSO helps traditional Sunday Schools looking for more than the "same-old craft." View a short video about the Model.
Print a one page PDF about the Model
Learn more about the Model
Here's an example of a Rotation schedule for 2 broadly graded groups. View the presentations for more scheduling and scaling examples.