Jesus, Who Are You?

Jesus, Who Are You?

Our Jesus, Who Are You? family time series is perfect for teaching your children about Jesus. Using the seven “I Am” statements from the Gospel of John and various Bible stories, children will learn who Jesus is and how they can have a relationship with Him.

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How it Works: Each chapter contains Getting Started activities, an illustrated Bible Storybook in both Read Myself and Read-to-Me format, comprehension questions, application ideas, and activity packs with puzzles and activity sheets for kids age preschool through 5th grade. With these resources, learning about God together has never been easier! Your kids will love it!



Melanie Swann-joseph

September 4, 2015at 6:34 pm


Jamie Parkell

September 14, 2016at 9:50 am

We’re almost finished all the lessons. We’ve loved them all! Will there be any more coming out soon? We hope so!

    Rebecca Shultz

    September 23, 2016at 8:07 am

    We should have a new one up early next week! Thanks for the feedback.


September 29, 2016at 7:08 am

Where Is Chapter 6?


December 21, 2016at 7:05 pm

I am a children’s pastor who has generally been dissatisfied with the low budget (and frankly most of the high budget) options as far as kidmin curriculum goes, so I have been writing curriculum for years. I’m just plain burned out from it and am SO GLAD I found your site. The material is amazing! Relevant, fun, up to date, but still has depth. Thank you for doing what you do. It will actually give me a respite from writing curriculum on top of teaching at least every other week.

    Rebecca Shultz

    April 19, 2018at 12:20 pm

    We’re working to finish up this series, and I’m seeing your comment again, realizing we never responded? I’m so sorry!
    We are so grateful for your encouraging comment. We’re just a family ministry, looking to expand. The Lord is giving us the ability to now go faster. I pray you are able to continue using this material in the future. Thank you for what you do! May the Lord bless you and yours.

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