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.
Believers in the Early Church
The early church as seen in the Book of Acts was a special group of people who can set the example for all believers today. These Bible activities for children will help kids see that people in the early church loved one another and shared about Jesus. We should follow their example in our lives and in the church today.
“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’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.
In this picture of Philip talking with the Ethiopian official about Jesus, pictures of ten small items are discretely placed. Can your children find the hidden pictures? They may even find several you’re unable to find!
This fun jigsaw puzzle is a great activity for your children to do as you talk to them about the importance of telling others about Jesus.
In this activity, three intersecting mazes form one maze. Can you make your way through it from Jerusalem to Gaza? Your children quite likely can, and they can show you the right way. Be sure to give them the opportunity to do so.
What are some words you might look for in a word search puzzle based on Philip’s conversation with the Ethiopian official? Chariot, Isaiah, road, and Gaza are four words, but this puzzle has these plus 10 more! What are they? Can you find all of them? Give it a try! More importantly, let your children give it a try!
Colored pencils, watercolors, or crayons could be used to complete this color-by-number activity. The picture is an image of Philip telling the Ethiopian official about Jesus. Check it out!