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Growing in Character through Completing Chores

Possible Viewpont: Evangelical Christian

Title: Growing in Character through Completing Chores


Today, we are going to talk about something that might not be the most exciting thing in the world, but it is something that can help us grow in character and become more like Jesus. That something is doing chores!

Verse to Remember:
“And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” – Colossians 3:17

1. What are chores?
– Chores are tasks or jobs that need to be done around the house to help keep our home clean, organized, and running smoothly.

2. Why do we do chores?
– We do chores to help our family and show that we care for them and for our home. It is a way to serve others and be responsible.

3. How can doing chores help us grow in character?
– Doing chores teaches us responsibility, discipline, and the importance of serving others. It helps us learn to work hard and be diligent in our tasks.

4. How can we approach chores with a positive attitude?
– We can approach chores with a positive attitude by thinking of them as a way to serve God and our family. We can also find joy in the satisfaction of completing a task and seeing a clean and orderly home.

5. What can we learn from Jesus about serving others?
– Jesus showed us that serving others is an important part of living a Christian life. He washed his disciples’ feet and taught us to love our neighbors as ourselves.

Dear God, thank you for teaching us the importance of serving others and being responsible. Help us to approach chores with a positive attitude and to see them as a way to show love to our family and to you. Amen.

Completing chores may not always be the most exciting thing, but it can help us grow in character and become more like Jesus. Let’s remember to approach chores with a positive attitude and see them as an opportunity to serve others and honor God.

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “The Joy of the Lord” by Rend Collective
2. “Do Everything” by Steven Curtis Chapman
3. “We Are the Free” by Matt Redman
4. “Start A Fire” by Unspoken

Questions for Lesson

1. How does completing chores help you grow in character and responsibility?
2. In what ways can completing chores reflect the love and servanthood of Jesus in your life?
3. What biblical principles can guide you in approaching your chores with a positive attitude and a servant’s heart?
4. What are some practical ways to incorporate prayer and worship into your chore routine?
5. What does Colossians 3:23-24 teach about the importance of doing your chores as unto the Lord?
6. How can completing chores help you develop a strong work ethic and a spirit of diligence in all areas of your life?


Ephesians 6:7-8
Colossians 3:23-24
Proverbs 22:29
Proverbs 10:4
Proverbs 13:4

Object Lesson

Illustration: Growing in Character through Completing Chores

Props Needed:
– Miniature cleaning supplies (broom, dustpan, mop, sponge, etc.)
– Chore chart or list
– Stickers or rewards for completing chores
– Storybook about character development

1. Begin by gathering the young children around a table or on a carpeted area, where they can easily see the props.
2. Introduce the concept of character development and explain that completing chores is one way to grow in character.
3. Show the miniature cleaning supplies and ask the children to identify them. Discuss how these tools are used to keep our homes clean and organized.
4. Display the chore chart or list and explain how it outlines different tasks that need to be done around the house, such as making their beds, picking up toys, or helping with dishes.
5. Show stickers or rewards and explain how these can be used to motivate and reward children for completing their chores.
6. Read a story about a character who learns the value of hard work and responsibility through doing chores.
7. Encourage the children to participate in a mini chore activity, such as pretending to sweep or making their beds, to reinforce the idea of growing in character through completing chores.
8. Finally, conclude by discussing the importance of teamwork and responsibility in a family and how completing chores can help develop these qualities.

Craft Idea

Craft: Chore Chart

– Poster board or large sheet of paper
– Markers or colored pencils
– Stickers
– Magnetic strips or tape
– Index cards or sticky notes
– Scissors
– Glue

1. Begin by discussing with the children the importance of completing chores and how it helps us grow in character and responsibility.
2. Have the children brainstorm a list of household chores that they can help with, such as making their bed, setting the table, feeding the pets, putting away toys, etc.
3. Cut the poster board or large sheet of paper into a grid format to create a chore chart with columns for each day of the week and rows for each chore.
4. Use the markers or colored pencils to label the columns with the days of the week and the rows with the different chores.
5. Have the children decorate the chore chart with drawings and stickers to make it fun and engaging.
6. Attach magnetic strips or tape to the back of the chore chart so it can be easily displayed on the refrigerator or another magnetic surface.
7. Cut the index cards or sticky notes into smaller pieces and write the name of each child on them. Then, have the children glue their name onto a clothespin or small magnet.
8. Place the clothespins or magnets with the children’s names on the chore chart to indicate which child is responsible for each chore on a given day.
9. Encourage the children to use the chore chart to keep track of their responsibilities and check off completed chores each day.

This craft will not only help reinforce the importance of doing chores but will also provide a visual and hands-on way for the children to take ownership of their responsibilities and grow in character through completing tasks.


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