Posted on : Thursday November 4, 2021

I am glad to share with you another issue of BIBLE TIME FUN WEEKLY.

This issue has a lot of fun things to do and will challenge your brain while engaging in God’s holy Word.

I have several favorites in this issue. I am pleased with the coloring picture with scripture for Joshua 24:15. It has a lovely house to color. I imagine some kids will add family members to the scene.

The crossword is a reprise from a couple of years ago. It is for 2 Timothy 3:16-17. I think doing a crossword gives you an opportunity to think about the various words in the puzzle. I am thrilled with the word search puzzles, even though each one required several revisions. When I tested the hidden letter puzzle, I had a moment of cold sweat panic because I couldn’t find one of the letters! Finally, after a few minutes, I saw it, right where I had designed it to be. How could I have missed it? It was the letter L; I wonder if you find it more easily than I did.

This issue is full of activities built around Scriptures of God’s love, His watchful care, and the new birth in Christ. I know you will like it.

I pray that the “Let’s talk about it” questions on every page will help teachers and parents to have Spirit-led conversations.

Issue 127 contains the following activities and Scriptures:

  • Find the difference — six jars and six Scriptures about jars.
  • Coloring page #1 — Joshua 24:15.
  • Shape-sort puzzle — Psalm 139:1-4.
  • Codebreaker — Galatians 2:20.
  • Word search puzzle — Isaiah 41:10.
  • Coloring page #2 — Proverbs 9:10.
  • Crossword — 2 Timothy 3:16-17.
  • The Explorer’s Challenge — Matthew 6:33, a mini Bible study.
  • Scrambler — Romans 6:23.
  • Hidden letter puzzle — 2 Corinthians 5:17.
  • Large-letter word search — Colossians 3:2.
  • Maze — Psalm 37:4
  • Drop-word puzzle — John 10:9.
  • Memory verse craft — Psalm 145:6.

I hope this activity bulletin is a blessing to you and your kids.

Be sure to return every week to get the latest issue for your ministry and church.

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