After Jesus ascended to heaven, His promise to send the Holy Spirit was fulfilled when the Holy Spirit fell upon Jesus’ followers on the Day of Pentecost. This story illustration will help kids understand that God’s Spirit gives us power to do what He desires.
Peter, The Apostle
Below you'll find Bible lesson activities about Peter, Jesus' disciple. Peter was a fisherman to whom Jesus said, "Follow Me." Peter did so, and God not only transformed his life; the Lord used Peter as an instrument through whom He transformed others' lives as well.
The story of the lame man is a wonderful illustration of God’s amazing power. This Peter and the Lame Man Story Illustration will help children remember that just as God healed and changed the lame man, He can change us, too.
The story of Peter’s miraculous rescue from jail is a wonderful example of God’s divine power at work in the lives of the apostles in the early church. This Peter Was Rescued From Jail Story Illustration will help kids understand God’s great power.
This Peter Wrote Two Letters Story Illustration will help kids learn and remember that God used Peter to write part of the New Testament and these letters from Peter can help children, as well as all people, know how to live in order to honor the Lord.
The story of Peter healing Tabitha (Dorcas) demonstrates how the people loved each other in the early church seen in The Book of Acts. This beautiful sun catcher will remind children that love is the most important gift we can offer our church family.
Our God is a big God who is able to accomplish His purposes. We may not always understand what those purposes are, but we can trust that God is able to do what He wants to do. This craft will help children remember the way in which Peter was rescued from jail.
Not long after Pentecost, Peter encountered a lame man and healed him in Jesus’ name. The man’s healing demonstrated that Jesus’ power was now working through His disciples. This fun craft will remind children that God works miracles through His people.
The biblical story is incomplete without an awareness of the church and its place in God’s plan. In Acts we learn that Jesus began the church in a miraculous way. This interactive craft will help your kids understand how the church began.
In Acts 10, we learn about Cornelius. He was a Roman centurion who loved God, but he was a Gentile so he couldn’t worship with or be friends with the Jews. His story will help kids understand that Jesus broke the barriers that separate people and gives everyone access to God.
This clay craft is about the the gift of God’s Word given through the biblical writers and will help remind kids that even though the Bible is God’s word, God spoke through and used men to write it. The Bible text focuses on the letters Peter wrote in the New Testament.