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We know you're getting a lot of requests and praying you will see and respond to this one.

Dear members, subscribers, and friends,

We need your help to fill our budget gap between subscriptions and costs. So we're asking you to once again show your support by making a donation to the Fund. And like last year, your donation will be MATCHED by an anonymous donor from our community.

Please don't think your donation doesn't matter.  We don't sell products or advertising, and we aren't subsidized by a publisher or denomination. We're a small nonprofit that truly depends upon each individual and church donation,

You know what we're about: creative lessons, new ideas, personal support, reaching across denominational lines, and providing an online community where teachers can share their creative teaching gifts. No "same old" here. So that's the pitch: we need your help.

Give Now to the Fund

Donate at our Facebook Page Donate Now using the donate feature on our Facebook Page.
Facebook does not charge a transaction fee or interest and accepts major credit cards, most debits, and PayPal.

Donate Now using our "Network for Good" donation page.Donate to via Network for Good will charge a small transaction fee. They accept major credit cards, most debits, and PayPal.

Donate Now by mailing a check from your church or yourself to Inc. c/o Cathy Walz, Treasurer
1518 Elgin Ave., Forest Park, IL 60130

When you support, you're not only supporting the creation and collection of creative Sunday School lessons and ideas, you're supporting Sunday School kids all across North America and around the world. This past summer when celebrated its 25th birthday, we collected stories from our far-flung community about the difference had made in their Sunday School. They included stories from small churches like Forest Hill United Church in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

I no longer remember how I stumbled on, but Forest Hills was looking for something that suited our needs better. Like others, we were tired of throw-away crafts, lessons that didn't suit our kids, and lessons that built on one another when most of the students were not there every week. And we were also having trouble recruiting Sunday school teachers. Now we can't imagine offering Sunday school without  I very much appreciate the time taken by others to create, post, and organize all the material available here. --Margie R.

Creative, volunteer-led, ecumenical, and 100% supported by churches and individuals, we love being a deep resource for your teaching and being available to help you find or create what you need to teach God's Word to your kids. We need about $46,000 a year to pay for our server, software, website, writing, and editing help. Any amount you can give will be much appreciated—and doubled!

On behalf of Cathy, Carol, Ron, Beth, Robin, and Luanne—our 2022 Board—thank you for making a donation!

Amy Crane
Sunday School teacher
Board President,

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Lesson or Resource Inc. is a volunteer-run, 100% member supported, 501(c)3 non-profit Sunday School lesson ministry. You are welcome to borrow and adapt content for non-commercial teaching purposes --as long as both the site and author are referenced. Inc reserves the right to manage, move, condense, delete, and otherwise improve all content posted to the site. Read our Terms of Service. is rated5 stars on Google based on 51 reviews. Serving a global community including the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, S. Africa, and more!

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