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This is the last short story in this series. The house that Jesus never visited!
The pictures in the video are from Free Bible Images. A great website full of useful resources. The words are my own based on Luke 5:27-32. The name Matthew has been used for simplicity.
This is my third video story for younger children. The pictures are from Free Bible Images and the words are my own. Feel free to share.
I’ve had a go at making a short video to share with our toddler group parents. If you like it and want to use it feel free! I’m still learning how to do this so any hints and tips welcome … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s nice to make a craft that you can also use for telling and retelling the Bible story. The story is from Matthew 9:1-8; Mark 2:1-12 and Luke 5:17-26. For the craft we made the man’s mat by decorating … Continue reading
In Luke 10:38-42 we meet Mary and Martha. They are two grown up sisters living in Bethany. They are mentioned three times in the Life of Jesus. You can also read about them in John 11 – when their brother … Continue reading
Meet Jairus! To tell the story from Luke 8 I used some simple pictures. I introduced ‘Jairus’ first and asked the children to repeat his name and say hello. The pictures I used were a selection of symbols and a … Continue reading
This is a simple craft/story telling prop idea for the story of Simon Peter’s mother-in-law being healed of a fever. (Mark 1:29-31) The bed is made from an egg box and the people from cardboard rolls. The Story from Mark … Continue reading
One of the homes Jesus visited was the place where the paralysed man was healed. Luke 5:17- 26. If you look very closely you can just see crowds of people in the model of the house. To tell the story to … Continue reading