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Jesus Heals Many Sick at Gennesaret


Jesus always heals and it was no different in Gennesaret. All the people were healed that was brought to Jesus. Follow the lesson and watch the video to learn how to assemble papercraft kits for your classroom.

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Something was going on here. As a result, John is beginning to be aware of something that the others didn’t. In this lesson and Create-A-Page activity, “Jesus Heals Many Sick at Gennesaret”, the crowds are coming because Jesus is caring for their physical needs. But, John hears and sees something different!


This Create-A-Page will enhance your learning and internalizing this wonderful story about spiritual and physical needs.  It is an easy page to create and assemble although it is a little different and yet still uses the labels that contribute to the story.

Each Create-A-Page is always fun to assemble because it is a puzzle and it moves. For instance, this page has little flaps that you make and attach to the page.


Jesus was always trying to expand horizons in the way we think. It was no different in this story, “Jesus Heals Many Sick at Gennesaret”. He wanted us to see beyond our physical needs and wants to see something far better, an eternal life. He wanted us to look at things differently.

Free Product Download

The two-page lesson and Create-a-Page activity is a printable download. The FREE PDF file is complete with the full-color instructions to create this papercraft puzzle. You may 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. If desired, premade unassembled kits are also available for purchase.

Watch the video and it will show you how to prepare and assemble the Create-A-Page kit.

Make the Create-A-Page Unique

The paper we use is a good-quality double-sided card stock that will withstand multiple folding and unfolding.
Look for lots of bling and punches to make your own embellishments. Purchased stickers and ribbon are also a welcome addition because the students love to “fancy them up a bit.”

Make booklets and store them in an envelope. You will find this download on the drop-down menu.

Additional Materials

The only materials you will need are the basics like scissors and glue and any embellishments you might choose. You may purchase everything you need at one of our affiliate links.
Our website is only supported by our affiliate links. Please consider purchasing from our links to help support new Lessons and Create-A-Pages.

Tim Holtz Double Sided Paper
Assorted Card Stock
Double Sided Tearable Tape
Tombow Glue
Adtech Tape Runner
Elmers Glue Sticks
Fiskars Paper Trimmer
Paper Craft Scissors
Childrens Pointed Scissors
Brother Scan-N-Cut Paper Cutter
Circle Punch
Paper Scoreboard and Trimmer
Bakers Twine
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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, grandmother of eight, and great-grandmother of three and 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.

Additional information

Weight .02 oz
Dimensions 9 × 4 × .1 in

Lesson and Create-A-Page Download, Premade Kits, Lesson Download, Create-A-Page Activity

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