This Peter Wrote Two Letters Story Illustration will help kids learn and remember that God used Peter to write part of the New Testament and these letters from Peter can help children, as well as all people, know how to live in order to honor the Lord.
Peter Wrote Letters
During the days of the early church, persecution was very real, and the apostle Peter wrote letters to encourage his fellow believers. The Bible lesson activities below highlight the writings of Peter that appear in our Bible—letters we call 1 Peter and 2 Peter. We can be thankful for these letters, for they encourage and instruct Jesus' followers today.
This clay craft is about the the gift of God’s Word given through the biblical writers and will help remind kids that even though the Bible is God’s word, God spoke through and used men to write it. The Bible text focuses on the letters Peter wrote in the New Testament.
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!
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.