The Philippian Jailer is Saved (Acts 16:16-40)
Acts Lesson 13
This is the week’s lesson in our primary curriculum “Generations of Grace”.
|Preschool – Kindergarten||1st – 3rd grade||4th – 6th grade|
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None available this week
Bulletin Activity Sheets
These bulletin activity sheets are from “Children’s Worship Bulletins.” They will not be available for every lesson, but there will be a bulletin for most lessons. Occasionally, the same bulletin may be posted for two consecutive lessons, so double check each week to make sure it’s “new” for your class.
|Ages 3-6||Ages 7-12|
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Elementary Word Find
Word Find Puzzles: Word Find with common words from the lesson: [Download PDF]
Elementary Teaching PowerPoint
Here is the PowerPoint file that will be loaded on the TVs in the 1st – 3rd and 4th – 6th grade classrooms. This PowerPoint does not contain any video.
[Download PowerPoint Here] – File Size (8 MB)
This curriculum is a free, trusted curriculum online at missionarlington.org that handles some of the same lessons we cover. In one file it has some great activities and lesson tips for Preschool and Elementary alike.
- A Jailer Believes-Acts 16:16 -40 [Download PDF]
This curriculum is a free, trusted curriculum online at calvarycurriculum.com that handles many of the same lessons we cover, featuring some fun activities like Word Finds and crosswords for a lesson. Notes: It uses the New King James version. Due to their copyright, these files are linked to their website rather than our own and may break if their site changes.
How to Use Personal Stories: to connect with your kids: Julie recently bought Nate a pair of used blue jeans. He found $2 or $3 in the pocket when he wore them the first time. He was thrilled! We all get excited when we find something valuable we didn’t know we had. This week’s training video relates to a valuable teaching resource you may not realize you have in your pocket. The video shares how you can use your personal experiences and stories to instruct kids. You may think that with all the media and gadget kids have today your stories could never compete, but you would be wrong. Kids love to hear stories and especially those told by their teachers.
Windows Media/.mp4 file (right-click and “save as” — 39 MB).
This training video can also be viewed online by clicking here.