#18 Jesus Heals an Invalid in Bethesda
Jesus is ever so amazing as he picks this one man out of the crowd of sick and diseased people and chooses him to be the object of this miracle. Thirty-eight years this man sat by the pool waiting, and he didn’t need the pool after all. He only needed Jesus!
Each Create-A-Page is different in this series and each one corresponds with the two-page lesson. The full color instruction make it easy to craft and assemble the pieces onto the page. This paper craft activity joins the lesson elements to internalize the ministry principle of the curriculum.
These Bible Crafts For Kids Create-A-Pages will become a staple for your kids who will love each one you provide. They enjoy the cutting, gluing and assembling the Create-A-Pages.
The video explains how to make and assemble the kits so you may teach your students.
What is the lesson we learn from Jesus in this lesson, #18 Jesus Heals an invalid in Bethesda? Do we find that persistence pays off? Do we find that Jesus will come to us? We find that the invalid can now have a whole life, one that he has never known. A small story with great rewards!
The two-page lesson and Create-a-Page activity is a printable download. The PDF file is complete with the full-color instructions to create this papercraft puzzle. You print as many as you need for your students. You choose the papers and create a look that is unique. A memory verse card is also included with each product and can be used as a “take-away” for memorization.
Make the Create-A-Page Unique
There are lots of ways to enhance this Create-A-Page. You can put all the labels on and in the booklet then take a bookmark ribbon and glue it to the side where the Miracles of Jesus label is in the picture. Another cool idea for making the page great.
The paper we use is a good quality double-sided card stock that will withstand multiple folding and unfolding. It is usually 60-110 lb for the cardstock labels.
Look for lots of bling and punches to make your own embellishments. Purchased stickers and ribbon are also a welcome addition and the students love to “Fancy them up a bit.”
Make booklets and store them in the envelope. You will find this download on the drop-down menu.
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The lessons and templates are written and designed by Raenelle Pearson and the copyright is for personal use only and may not be reproduced for profit either digitally or a product.
Raenelle Pearson is a graduate of Ames Christian University with a Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies. Her major concentration was Ministry Leadership with a minor in Pastoral Ministry. Raenelle received her Ordination at Gospel Alliance Ministries. Her work since 1981 has been in children’s ministries where she has served as Sunday School teacher, VBS Director, and leader. She has also worked as Children’s Ministry Director as well as Children’s Ministry leadership. She is also a wife, mother of three, and grandmother of eight and great grandmother of one. She has been teaching Sunday School for 40 years and crafting all of her life.
All scripture references are from the New King James Version of the Bible.
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