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Not So Secret Agents 8-Week Children's Ministry Curriculum

Not So Secret Agents 8-Week Children's Ministry Curriculum

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Adventures of the First Christian Missionaries  

Before Jesus ascended into heaven, he gave his disciples a mission. These men and women went from being just Jesus' friends and followers to also being his not-so-secret agents. As God’s agents, they were tasked with telling everyone the good news of how much God loves the world. Even today, those who follow Jesus are his agents, on that same mission – to share the good news of Jesus with the world. In Not So Secret Agents, kids will learn that our faith in Jesus should not be kept a secret.

Not So Secret Agents Children's Ministry Curriculum

Not So Secret Agents Children's Ministry Curriculum Lesson Overview

Memory Verse: “I am not ashamed of the good news. It is Gods power. And it will save everyone who believes. Romans 1:16a (NIrV)


Your Mission. . .

Scripture: Acts 1:3-12, The Mission

Before he ascended into heaven, Jesus gave his disciples a mission: to share the gospel throughout the world. That not-so-secret assignment is still the mission of every believer living today. 

Objective: Kids will learn that our assignment is to share the good news of Jesus.

. . . If You Choose To Accept It

Scripture: Acts 2:1-18, 38-47, Pentecost

Jesus had given the disciples a special mission, to share the gospel throughout the world. However, we can’t complete this mission by our own abilities.  Jesus gave his followers the Holy Spirit, to help them on their mission. If we want to carry out God’s mission for our life, we have to first accept his free gift of salvation and receive the Holy Spirit.  Only with the Holy Spirit’s help can we accomplish God’s plan for our life.

Objective: Kids will learn God gives us the Holy Spirit to help us on our assignment.

Fall Into Enemy Hands

Scripture: Acts 6:1-15; 7:51-60, The Stoning of Stephen

Stephen shared the good news of Jesus boldly. This angered the religious leaders of the city, and they decided to stone him. Even when facing death, Stephen lived and spoke the good news.

Objective: Kids will learn that the Holy Spirit gives us the strength to face even the most difficult challenges.

Fast Getaway

Scripture: Acts 8:1-25, The Church is Scattered

As more people started to believe in Jesus, those in authority in Jerusalem tried to stop it. They began to persecute the Christians. Their plan backfired, as Christians left Jerusalem, they traveled far and wide sharing the gospel with everyone. 

Objective: Kids will learn that God can work out even the worst situations for something good.

Hit the Road

Scripture: Acts 8:26-39, Philip and the Ethiopian

God had a special mission for Philip – travel the road going from Jerusalem to Gaza. There, Philip met an Ethiopian man who was reading scripture, but did not understand what he was reading. Philip was able to explain the good news of Jesus to him, and lead him to become a follower of Jesus.

Objective: Kids will learn that God can use us to share the good news anytime, anywhere, to anyone.

Not-So-Top Secret

Scripture: Acts 10:9-35, Peter and Cornelius

The first people to believe the good news of Jesus were Jewish. But God's plan was for all peoples on earth to know the good news. God delivered a vision to Peter, to show him this truth. Peter then shared the good news with a man named Cornelius, who became one of the first non-Jewish men to put his faith in Jesus.

Objective: Kids will learn that the good news is for everyone, even those we don't think deserve it.

Secret Weapon

Scripture: Acts 12:1-17, Peter's Escape from Prison

Herod had ordered Peter arrested for sharing the good news of Jesus, and intended to have him killed. But Peter had a secret weapon – God was on his side. Peter walked out of the prison, unharmed, and ready to continue sharing the good news.

Objective: Kids will learn that God can do what seems impossible to us.


Scripture: Acts 14:8-22, In Lystra and Derbe

When Paul healed a crippled man, the people thought Paul and Barnabas were gods undercover. But Paul and Barnabas never lost sight of where their power truly came from: Jesus Christ.   

Objective: Kids will learn that in all things, we should give God the glory.


About This Curriculum:

  • Perfect for kids ages 6-12
  • 8-weeks
  • Includes large group and small group resources
  • This curriculum is an instant download
  • Download a free sample here
  • Includes NIRV, NIV, NLT, and KJV Memory Verse Graphics
  • Includes Editable Text Files

Each Lesson Includes:

  • Make It Stick! Parent Sheet
  • Memory Verse
  • Skit or Puppet Show
  • Craft Activity
  • Large Group Lesson
  • Small Group Discussion
  • More!

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Check out our collection of Children's Church Lessons for more great curriculum series for your Kids Church or Sunday School.

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