Paul’s conversion is a significant event in the New Testament which shaped the early church in a big way. This Paul on the Road to Damascus Story Illustration will help kids to remember this event and understand that God makes a difference in our lives.
Saul's Conversion (The Apostle Paul)
Before his encounter with Christ, Paul's name was Saul and he persecuted the church. Saul was on His way to Damascus as he continued to pursue his quest of jailing and persecuting Christians. There, on the road, he was confronted by none other than the resurrected Christ, and he became a Christian. These Bible activities are about Saul's conversion.
When Paul was saved, it wasn’t just the events on the road to Damascus that were dramatic. His whole life was changed rather dramatically. This flip-over craft will teach children that you become a new person when you are saved.
This 12-piece jigsaw puzzle is a great activity for your children, and it provides a tremendous opportunity for you to review the story of Paul’s conversion with them. Jesus makes a difference in people’s lives!
Get ready to connect the dots to show Paul on the ground on the Damascus road. He is looking at a bright light and listening to Jesus’ voice. This was Paul’s life-changing moment, because he met Jesus.
Unscrambling nine key words provides the key to discovering a tenth. This puzzle is called a word line up puzzle, and it’s a great deal of fun.
Sharpen your pencils and get ready for a crossword puzzle that will help your children learn more about Paul’s encounter with Jesus on the road to Damascus. As your children work the puzzle, it will give you an opportunity to review this important biblical event with them.
This maze is challenging, but perfect for your older children. As Paul made his way to Damascus, he met Jesus. Jesus told him to continue traveling to the city because when he got there, he would be told what to do. Your children will enjoy working this maze. You’ll enjoy working it as well. Two separate routes are offered. Can you travel both of them?