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.
Peter, John, and the Early Church
Following his ascension, Jesus sent the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost to empower the disciples and establish the early church. Peter and John were two of the leaders in the Jerusalem church. These free, printable activities deal with Peter, John, and or some of the events of the early church.
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.
Use this word scramble to help your children learn some of the elements in the Bible story about John’s writing about love. God used John in a special way, and we can be glad He did, because from John’s writings, we learn some wonderful and important truths about love and about God! Sharpen your pencils!
How skilled are you in finding the differences between these two pictures of John writing down God’s message? How skilled are your children? Find out! You’ll have a great time together as you do this Bible activity!
Let your children play this match game! They’ll have fun, even as they turn over tiles that show various elements in John’s surroundings as he wrote the Book of Revelation while exiled on the Island of Patmos.
Let your children work this jigsaw puzzle, then remind them of the importance of the message it presents. God is love!
Use this color by number activity to remind children of the contribution the apostle John made when he wrote letters to Christians in his day. God used him in a great way!
Jesus started the church, and He used Peter and some of his other followers to do so. In this jigsaw puzzle, Peter is telling people that salvation is found in Jesus. This is a truth that people everywhere need to hear today—just like they needed to hear it then.
Use these puppets and this background to help your children better visualize and understand how the church got started, and how Peter allowed God to use Him to tell people about Jesus.
This word scramble is both challenging and fun. It’s also educational, as it highlights six—actually seven—elements of Peter’s writing letters that appear in God’s Word, the Bible. Sharpen your pencils!