This Bible activity is an eight-piece jigsaw puzzle that depicts heaven, at least within the limits of our ability to portray it, based on John’s description of his vision of heaven in the Book of Revelation.
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.
John 14:2 is a verse that gives believers real hope for the future—and this word tiles Bible exercise will give your children opportunities to read and remember Jesus’ promise in that verse. What did Jesus say He was going to do? “I go to prepare a place for you.”
Correctly unscramble the six words in this word line up exercise and you’ll uncover a seventh key word. This is a fun and challenging Bible activity that will help kids remember key elements of John’s vision of heaven in the book of Revelation.
Let your kids play this match game that highlights how wonderful heaven will be, and you’ll have an opportunity to talk with them about the glorious future Jesus has planned for everyone who loves Him. This is a great Bible activity!
How many differences can you find between these two images of heaven? There are 14 in all, and answers are provided. This is a wonderful Bible activity!
Peter’s letters are important Books in the New Testament. This fun and engaging Bible activity will give you an opportunity to talk to your kids about Peter’s letters to fellow Christians during the days of the early church. You and your kids need to look for at least 14 differences between the two images provided. Do you think you and your kids can find all 14? Give it a try!
What kinds of things did Peter want to share with his fellow Christians during the days of the early church? We can read his letters in the Bible. We know them as 1 Peter and 2 Peter. As they work this eight-piece jigsaw puzzle, children will see and even study a picture of Peter as he wrote to his close friends and fellow believers. This is a wonderful Bible activity!
Give your kids a chance to work this maze, and you’ll also give yourself a wonderful opportunity to talk to them about the importance of the apostle Peter’s letters, letters we know as 1 Peter and 2 Peter in our Bibles today.
Don’t pass up this opportunity to let your children play this match game. The tiles depict images from a picture of Peter as he wrote a letter to fellow believers, encouraging them to remain faithful to Jesus. As your kids play the game, you’ll have a chance to tell them how important Peter’s letters were—and are—to all Jesus’ followers.
Encourage your children to unscramble these six words in this word line up puzzle. When they do, their work will reveal another key word. This is great fun!