In John chapter 3, a man named Nicodemus came to Jesus with questions about the Kingdom of God. This Jesus and Nicodemus Coloring Page will help kids understand more about this important encounter and Jesus’ wonderful message of love.
Jesus, the Messiah (Christ)
Below you'll find Bible lesson activities for kids, about Jesus, God's Son, who died a sacrificial death to pay the penalty for humanity's sins. Through faith in Him, a person can be forgiven of his or her sins and receive eternal life.
Shortly before His ascension, Jesus told His disciples they would be His “witnesses” and would make disciples of “all nations” (Matt. 28:19-20). This Great Commission Teaching Picture shows Jesus speaking as He delivered this command.
Jesus commanded His disciples to go and make other disciples of people from all nations. These Great Commission bookmarks will make great gifts for kids and will remind children that God’s people are charged with making disciples of people all over the world.
This He is Risen! Easter bookmark with picture will make a great gift for kids on Easter Sunday. It includes an illustration of the risen Lord outside the tomb with the declaration, “He has been resurrected” taken from Matthew 28:6.
The fact that Jesus rose from the dead means He is alive today. This He is Alive! Easter bookmark will remind children of this truth. The picture on the bookmark shows Mary encountering Jesus that morning. Her exclamation, “I have seen the Lord!” is included.
Early Christians would greet one another with the simple statement “He is risen!” and then respond with “He is risen indeed!” Children can continue this tradition with these He Is Risen Indeed! colorable Easter bookmarks and personalize the bookmark by coloring it.
“He is risen!” Early Christians would often greet one another with this simple declaration and respond with “He is risen indeed!” Children can maintain this tradition with this He Is Risen! greeting card with cross image and an excerpt from Acts 13:30.
The simple declaration, “He’s alive!” will remind kids that after accomplishing His redemptive work through the crucifixion, Jesus rose from the dead and is alive today! This greeting card will remind both the giver (children) and the recipient of this historic truth.
In Matthew 28, Matthew summarized the events of resurrection Sunday morning. An angel appeared to two women and told them to inform the disciples that, “He has been raised from the dead.” This Matthew 28:7 Scripture page features this announcement.
Jesus’ crucifixion was one of the most horrifying events in history. This illustration of Jesus’ crucifixion strikes a balance between the sorrow of the event and the need for an age-appropriate depiction of the scene. Even small children can learn from this illustration.