This Noah handprint craft relates to Noah’s ark when he sent out a dove that returned with an olive leaf in her beak (Gen. 8:11). The story will help kids learn that God provides salvation for those who trust Him. The God of the Bible is still a God of salvation!
Bible Lesson Activities About Salvation
Biblical salvation refers to being rescued from the guilt and consequences of sin. The following Bible lesson activities feature salvation prominently.
The story of Noah and the Ark is a favorite among children, but it is also a story of faith, obedience, judgment, and mercy. This Noah and the Ark Story Illustration will help kids remember that Noah obeyed God in the midst of a corrupt world and so can we.
After Jesus ascended to heaven, His promise to send the Holy Spirit was fulfilled when the Holy Spirit fell upon Jesus’ followers on the Day of Pentecost. This story illustration will help kids understand that God’s Spirit gives us power to do what He desires.
Paul’s conversion is a significant event in the New Testament which shaped the early church in a big way. This Paul on the Road to Damascus Story Illustration will help kids to remember this event and understand that God makes a difference in our lives.
During Paul’s ministry travels he met many friends who were hungry to know about Jesus. Lydia was one such person who was led to Christ and then influenced her entire family. This story illustration will help kids remember this Bible character.
Learning how to lead another person to Jesus is a crucial skill in the Christian life. This Philip and the Ethiopian Story Illustration will help children learn about Philip and better understand how to talk to others about Jesus and why it is so important.
When Nicodemus met Jesus, he had many questions for the Savior. As Jesus answered his questions, He also taught us some important truths about God’s love. This story illustration will help kids remember the story of Nicodemus and God’s great love for us.
One of the most simple salvation stories used by Jesus in the New Testament is that of the parable of the lost sheep. Jesus chose this beautiful, simple story to help his listeners understand His compassion and love for them.
When guided by the Holy Spirit, Philip spoke to an Ethiopian man who then believed in Jesus and was baptized. This cute paper plate craft will help children remember the story of Jesus and how all of us should share Jesus with others.
When Paul was saved, it wasn’t just the events on the road to Damascus that were dramatic. His whole life was changed rather dramatically. This flip-over craft will teach children that you become a new person when you are saved.