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Peter, John, and the Early Church

Following his ascension, Jesus sent the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost to empower the disciples and establish the early church. Peter and John had been two of Jesus' Disciples and were now two of the leaders in the early Jerusalem church. These free, printable Bible activities deal with events involving Peter, John, and the early church or some of the events that took place during the final days of Jesus before His crucifixion. They will help learners gain an understanding of several things that happened during that period of time in the church.

Peter’s Rescue Maze

This printable maze activity, based on Acts 12:1-10, illustrates Peter’s rescue and will help kids learn that it costs something to obey God, but God takes care of everyone who is faithful to Him. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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Peter’s Rescue Puppets

This printable puppet figure activity, based on Acts 12:1-10, illustrates Peter’s rescue and will help kids learn that it costs something to obey God, but God takes care of everyone who is faithful to Him. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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Peter’s Rescue Word Search

This printable word search, based on Acts 12:1-10, illustrates Peter’s rescue and will help kids learn that it costs something to obey God, but God takes care of everyone who is faithful to Him. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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Peter’s Rescue Match Game

This printable match game activity, based on Acts 12:1-10, illustrates Peter’s rescue and will help kids learn that it costs something to obey God, but God takes care of everyone who is faithful to Him. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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Peter’s Rescue Coded Words

This printable code words activity, based on Acts 12:1-10, illustrates Peter’s rescue and will help kids learn that it costs something to obey God, but God takes care of everyone who is faithful to Him. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.

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John, A Friend of Jesus Spot the Differences

John was known as “the beloved disciple,” indicating his closeness to the Master. Ten differences exist between these pictures showing Jesus walking with John and another disciple. How many of the differences can your children find? Answers are provided.

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John, A Friend of Jesus Secret Code

John was an eyewitness to the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. John was known as “the beloved disciple,” indicating his closeness to the Master. As your kids work this secret code, they’ll learn some important things about John, Jesus’ follower and friend.

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John, A Friend of Jesus Maze

John’s love for Jesus is a great example to all of us. This John, A Friend of Jesus Maze will especially help children learn that Christianity isn’t about following a list of rules, but is about loving Jesus as a dear friend.

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John, A Friend of Jesus Match Game

John’s love for Jesus is a great example to all of us. As your kids play this fun match game that highlights John’s devoted relationship with Jesus, let them know that they also can love and follow Jesus with the same devotion!

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