Welcome to allmylessons.org. This website is a compilation of ideas and object lessons that God has graciously given to me to share with my students. As all of the materials here are original to me, or, in a few cases, part of the public domain, I can safely tell you that you may download, print, or use any of the material found here. I am offering the contents of this site to all totally free of charge with no membership requirements. Use it as you can and would like. That’s why it is here.
You will find that I have a decidedly conservative bent to my theology. While good, solid, conservative theology can be found in many places, that same theology, accompanied by unique, attention grabbing object lessons, is a very rare commodity. I am sure the lesson plans can be tweaked a bit if there is something you find that doesn’t quite fit the denominational teachings of your church. This site exists to help everyone explain to the world who God is using His Word, the Bible. We have listed all of the material alphabetically as well as topically for your convenience. There is a large amount of material available on this site and we have attempted to make your access to it as simple and clear as possible. Be sure to try the "Search" button if you are looking for something specific. The site search engine does an amazing job of searching the entire website for your topic of interest.
I appreciate feedback, good or bad, as I make this site as useful as I possibly can. I can be contacted by email at email@example.com I am always looking for new ideas and would be interested if you have something that you would like to share. Understand though, I am not necessarily looking for, “This is a potato peeler, let me explain how much God’s loves you,” type of presentation.
These lessons are not meant to be proof texts to be quoted in a seminary doctoral thesis. You will not find bibliographies and other technical supports. In general, their content is not a three point sermon with supporting arguments, but are purposely narrowed to a single point. They are simple presentations of Scriptural truths.