Peter was rescued from jail in Acts 12:1-18. This word scramble puzzle gives your children an opportunity to unscramble seven words and one key phrase related to this event. As they do, they’ll become more familiar with this important happening in the life of the early church.
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.
Give your children the opportunity to find the differences between these pictures, both of which show a man who is no longer lame leaping for joy as Peter and John look on. How many differences exist between the two? At least fifteen.
What were some of the important elements in God’s using Peter to heal the man who had never been able to walk? (See Acts 3:1-10.) This word search puzzle highlights 10 elements. As your children work it, talk to them about how Jesus used His followers to begin the early church. This was one of the important miracles that occurred when the church started.
Give your children an opportunity to unscramble eight words and one phrase in this puzzle that highlights elements in the healing of the lame man near the temple. Peter had no money, but what he did have mattered more than millions of dollars!
What are some important things to remember about Luke’s account in Acts 3:1-10 of Peter healing the lame man in Jesus’ name? This fun crossword puzzle will present eight words that highlight key elements. Sharpen your pencils!
Putting together this nine-piece puzzle will give children an opportunity to be reminded of God’s power to heal. They’ll also be reminded that Jesus really was and is God’s Son. After all, Peter did heal the lame man in Jesus’ name! You’ll remind them of these important truths when they work this puzzle, won’t you?