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!
Bible Coloring Pages
Below you'll find a list of free Bible coloring pages you can use at home or in your church's Sunday School or kids ministry program. Coloring pages are designed for use with crayons. Bible coloring pages are a fun way for children to learn about important Bible concepts and characters. These include simple coloring pages, color-by-number, and connect-the-dot activities. Just click on the title to go to a web page where you can print out the Bible story coloring sheet. In many cases a simple Bible lesson is provided for each coloring page.
Get ready to connect the dots to show Paul on the ground on the Damascus road. He is looking at a bright light and listening to Jesus’ voice. This was Paul’s life-changing moment, because he met Jesus.
Coloring by number gives children the opportunity to be creative as well as to follow instructions. And the image they will color in this instance will remind them that Jesus was God, even when He was a newborn baby. Certainly the shepherds who bowed before Him knew He was special!
Coloring a picture of the wise men’s kneeling will help children understand that the wise men came to worship Jesus.
This color-by-number activity page helps children see that Christmas is about giving to Jesus.
For younger children or older preschoolers who can count, this connect the dot color sheet will entertain your child as you teach about the miraculous catch of fish.
Peter and some other disciples caught so many fish in their nets they couldn’t haul them all in. Color the fish caught in this net!