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.
Acts 16 Activities
The activities below are related to people, stories, teachings, or events taking place in Acts 16.
During Paul’s many adventures, God always showed His providence and protection. Paul and Silas’ deliverance from prison found in Acts 16 is one such event. This story illustration will help kids remember to praise God in all circumstances.
As Paul traveled and talked to people about Jesus, individuals like Lydia placed their faith in Jesus and became Christians. The Bible says Lydia sold purple fabric. This craft will help remind children about Lydia’s conversion.
In Acts 16 the Apostle Paul shared with Lydia the love and teachings of Jesus. This Word Search Puzzle will help children learn the importance of sharing Jesus with others and helping them learn and grow in God.
This word tiles puzzle is a great way to emphasize that just as Paul shared Jesus with Lydia and with others in Philippi, so we can tell people we know about Jesus. This is a wonderful Bible activity!
Use this word line up puzzle to help your children become more familiar with the story of Paul’s sharing the good news about Jesus with Lydia. Because they will enjoy working this puzzle, they’ll be more interested in this important Bible story. You’ll have fun as well!
This spot the differences puzzle depicts two pictures of Paul telling Lydia and some other people about Jesus. Can you find all ten differences between them? Answers are provided.
As your children play this match game, you can ask them who and what are pictured on the tiles. This will enhance their learning about Paul’s telling Lydia and some other Philippian women about Jesus.
Extend your opportunity to talk about Paul’s sharing the gospel with Lydia in Philippi by giving your kids an opportunity to work this 10-piece jigsaw puzzle. They’ll have fun, and you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that your kids had a chance to work with a beautiful picture of the event. May God bless your efforts!