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Friday, March 3, 2017

Children's Bible Activities

Use the Power of Drama at Easter

As an evangelist specializing in costumed monologues, Mark Winter knows first-hand the power of drama to captivate children. As we move toward Resurrection Sunday, Mark has provided some great suggestions for incorporating drama into your Bible teaching and introducing your kids to the most dramatic story ever told! 


Simeon and Anna Met Jesus

The story of Simeon and Anna, found in Luke 2, is a beautiful reminder that Jesus was the long-awaited Messiah who fulfilled all of the hopes of God’s people. Click here or on the image for a list of free, printable Bible activities you may want to use if you're preparing a lesson on Joseph and Mary's visit to the temple with baby Jesus when he was seen by Simeon and Anna.

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The Ten Lepers

In Luke 17:11-19, ten lepers asked Jesus to heal them. He told them to go show themselves to the priest as the Old Testament directed, and on their way, they were healed. They all were pleased, but just one man returned to give Jesus thanks—and this man was a Samaritan. Click here or on the image to see activities about this challenging story.     

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