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.
Peter Healed Tabitha (Dorcas)
Tabitha (Dorcas) was a beloved disciple living in Joppa. She did many good things for people there, but she became very ill and died. Peter was summoned to her and healed her. As a result, many of the people in that area trusted in the Lord. Tabitha's life and Peter's actions demonstrate the power of love that was present in the early church. They're good examples for us as well and will remind kids of the need to be caring and loving for all people.
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.
Your kids will have a great deal of fun working this word scramble puzzle based on the story of God’s using Peter to bring Tabitha, or Dorcas, back to life.
“God wants me to love others.” This word tiles exercise drives home this important point. Give your children a chance to do this fun Bible activity!
Let your kids try to find the 13 differences that exist between these two images of Peter and Tabitha immediately after Tabitha was restored to life.
This wordsearch puzzle is a great Bible activity! Let your kids find all ten of these words, each one of which relates to the story of Tabitha’s being restored to life in Acts 9:36-43.
The story of Tabitha in Acts 9:36-43 emphasizes the importance of 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.