Activity Array

Here you'll find an array of activities for elementary children that can be used in Children's Ministry, after-school programs, in the classroom and by homeschoolers.

Paul’s 3rd Missionary Journey

Leave a comment

Paul didn’t stay in Antioch long. In fact the account in Acts has the end of the second missionary journey and the beginning of the third all in one short paragraph. We focused a lot on Paul’s second missionary journey, but we’re only catching highlights from his third.

Paul Talks All Night in Troas — Acts 20

Paul talked all night long! It was warm. Eutychus fell asleep, fell down 3 stories, and died. But Paul held him and God brought Eutychus back to life! God gives us life! Paul went many places telling the Good News that Jesus saves us and gives us eternal life! In this presentation we talk about ways to be a missionary.

Titus and Onesimus learn Respect — 2 Cor. 2:12-13; Titus; Philemon

Paul wrote many letters. Some were to churches and some were to specific people. He wrote to Titus, one of his helpers. He encouraged Titus to teach others to respect one another. Being respectful is important. Paul’s letter to Philemon and the story of Onesimus also teaches us to be respectful.

Paul Shipwrecked on the way to Rome — Acts (21-26) 27 & 28

After talking about water safety and watching the introduction to our story on video, we turn to our interactive Bible story. Read Acts 28, build a ‘fire’ with sticks and tissue paper flames, pretend to be sick & well again, then make a boat and load up the supplies. There’s also an object lesson, craft (Jesus Saves), and fun songs!

Author: Janelle C

I enjoy planning lessons, directing VBS and child care programs. Children's ministry is my passion. God Almighty is my strength and inspiration. For fun I choose hiking, canoeing, camping, cooking, and reading.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s