In Paul’s first letter to Timothy, he encouraged Timothy to not be discouraged because he was young. Timothy had the special privilege of serving from his youth. This word tiles activity will help kids learn that being young is not a disadvantage, but a blessing.
Paul Wrote to Timothy
The apostle Paul was a close friend and mentor to a young man named Timothy. Paul and Timothy ministered together during Paul's missionary efforts. Later Paul wrote letters to his friend to help him in his own ministry in Ephesus, where Timothy was a pastor. These Bible activities enhance the learning experiences of children as they hear about and become familiar with the letters Paul wrote to his friend—letters we can read in our Bibles today.
Although Timothy was a young man, God used him as a pastor and teacher in the early church. Timothy began serving through the encouragement of his mentor, Paul. These free, printable bookmarks will help kids learn that God can use people of all ages.
Although Timothy was a young man, God used him as a pastor and teacher. Timothy began teaching at a young age through the encouragement of his mentor, Paul. This color by number activity will help kids understand that God can use people of all ages.
Although Timothy was a young man, God used him as a teacher and pastor. Timothy began teaching at a young age through Paul’s encouragement. This Timothy Is Teaching Coloring Page will help kids understand that God can use people of all ages.
This 1 Timothy 4:12 Scripture Page will encourage children to serve God regardless of their age. Scripture pages can be used to assist with Scripture memorization as well as with ongoing Bible classes. They’re great for church, classroom, or homeschool use.
Paul and Timothy had a special relationship which is revealed in the two letters Paul wrote to Timothy. This Paul Wrote Letters to Timothy Story Illustration will help kids remember that friendships are a precious gift to be treasured and protected.
This paper plate craft, based on 2 Timothy, will help children learn about Paul’s letter to Timothy and remind kids of Paul’s important words to Timothy about finishing the race (2 Tim. 4:7). Kids are familiar with racing and will be able to identify with Paul’s analogy.
This Bible activity for children shows Paul writing to his friend Timothy. Two pictures that look almost identical at first glance actually are different in 12 specific ways. How many of these differences can your children find? Answers are provided.
This match game shows Paul and elements surrounding him as he wrote to Timothy from prison. It’s a Bible activity that affords kids fun and a wonderful opportunity to learn.
What motivated Paul as he performed his ministry for Christ? This word search puzzle is a Bible activity for children that highlights numerous factors that compelled Paul to serve the Lord. You and your children will have great fun finding these words!