During Paul’s travels he met many friends. Two very important friends were named Aquila and Priscilla. These two ministered to Paul by providing friendship and assisted Paul with tent-making when he needed it. This illustration shows them working together.
Paul Worked with Aquila and Priscilla to Share the Gospel
Paul worked with Aquila and Priscilla not only to make tents, but to share the good news about Jesus Christ with others. They are an example of how the early New Testament church taught about Jesus and they serve as an example to us as well. These Bible Activities are about the partnership between Paul, Aquila, and Priscilla.
This fun felt craft, based on the story of Aquilla and Priscilla found in Acts 18:1-4, 18-19, will remind children that just as Paul worked with Priscilla and Aquilla to make tents, we must all work together to tell about Jesus. Kids will love playing with this tent after creating it.
The story of Tabitha’s coming back to life in Acts 9:36-43 emphasizes among other things how important it is for God’s people to show love to one another. This match game will help your kids become familiar with the story—and the lessons in love that it has for believers today.
Give your kids an opportunity to work this fun crossword puzzle based on the Bible story about Paul’s friendship and partnership with Aquila and Priscilla.
This 10-piece jigsaw puzzle presents a picture of Paul, Aquila, and Priscilla working together making tents. As your children work this puzzle, you can talk with them about how these three members of the early church also worked together to share the good news of Jesus Christ with others.
These puppets will give your kids a chance to role play the parts of Paul, Priscilla, and Aquila—tentmakers and evangelists. This is a fun and educational Bible activity!
Encourage your children to find all 15 of the differences between these pictures of Paul, Aquila, and Priscilla making tents. As they look for the differences, talk to them about how Paul, Aquila, and Priscilla were partners not just in their tentmaking business, but also in sharing the gospel with others.