Sunday School Projects & Activities

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Saul's Conversion
Read Acts 9:1-22

Barnabas and Saul
Read Acts 11-13, Galatians 5:7

Paul Heals a Cripple
Read Acts 14:6-18

Paul Stoned
Read Acts 14:19-25

Paul's Second Journey
Read Acts 15:36-16:15

Paul and Silas
Read Acts 16:16-40

Paul's Preaching
Read Acts 17

Paul at Corinth
Read Acts 18:1-22

Ephesus (Part 2)
Read Acts 19:8-12; 13-20; 23-41, Revelation 2:1-7

Paul Raises Eutychus
Read Acts 20:7-12

Paul's Trials
Read Acts 23:12-13

Paul Speaks Before King Agrippa
Read Acts 25:13-26:32

Paul's Shipwreck
Read Acts 27

Read Colossians 1-4 (Advice to Three Churches); Col 1:7, 4:12 (Epaphras);

Paul Finishes His Race
Read I and II Timothy

Philemon Onesimus, the Slave, Becomes a Christian
Read Philemon 1 (Story of Onesimus)

Holy Land Tours

  • Alexandria Troas - Church members meet weekly at a member's house for fellowship, dinner and praising God, the story of Paul healing Eutychus
  • Athens - Paul introduces the people to the one God who from now on will no longer be the "unknown God".
  • Caesarea (Part 1) - Peter and Herod Agrippa I, Paul's journey to Caesarea, Paul and Philip and Agabus
  • Caesarea (Part 2) - Herod's palace, Paul's arrest, Paul's trials - Felix, Festus, and King Agrippa II
  • Colossae - How grain was harvested in Bible times, Colossae fruits and rules for picking fruit in Biblical times, Epaphras started the church in Colossae
  • Derbe - Crippled man let down through the roof, Paul and Barnabas preach, establishment of early Christian churches
  • Ephesus (Part 1) - Paul meets Priscilla and Aquilla in Corinth and learns tent-making, Priscilla, Aquilla and Paul travel to Ephesus, Priscilla and Aquilla start a church in their house and meet Apollos, they teach Apollos about the Messiah, Paul preaches in Ephesus, kids learn about frescoes and mosaics
  • Ephesus (Part 2) - Some people try to convince others that healing happens through magic, The Sons of Sceva come to Ephesus, Paul preaches there is only one power, Paul also address the issue of gods and goddesses again saying there is only one God, letter from the Apostle John to the Epshesian church
  • From Delphi to Olympia - Traveling to Olympia we learn about the Olympics and Paul's letters which compare life as a Christian to athletic activities
  • Hierapolis - Paul's letter to Hierapolis, secret wagon wheel symbol Christians used to identify themselves to other Christians
  • Iconium - Paul and Barnabas preach and heal,
  • Lystra - The myth of Jupiter and Mercury, Paul heals a lame man, an angry mob attacks Paul, Paul's friends gather together and heal him after the attack, Paul meets Timothy's family
  • Lystra (Timothy) - The story of Paul and Timothy, Paul's letters in the 1st and 2nd Timothy
  • Malta - Paul spent three months on Malta. There were many healings including his own healing from a viper bite.
  • Meander River - Meander symbol on Greek buildings, fresh fruit on the road side and other details about the Meander river
  • Miletus - Paul meets with elders of church in Miletus
  • Pamphylia - Paul and Barnabas preach and help Christians start churches, visits to Roman theaters
  • Paul's Invitation to Greece - Paul and Silas go to Greece to preach the message of Jesus Christ and help followers set up new Christian churches
  • Pergamum - Background on how early books were created, King of Pergamum's library, Paul and John write to the churches, discussion of pagan gods, the temple of Asclepius for healing, doctors of ancient times
  • Philadelphia - City of brotherly love, the Apostle John's letter to Philadelphia
  • Philemon - The story of Philemon the slaveholder and Onesimus, Onesimus escapes and find Paul in prison, Onesimus becomes a Christian and helps Paul
  • Pisidian Antioch - Paul preaches a sermon about the Children of Israel, King Saul, King David and Jesus, the Jews are angry because Gentiles are allowed in their synagogue, the angry Jews throw Paul and Barnabas out of the city
  • Rome - Paul requests to see the Roman Emperor, Caesar. While in Rome, Paul continues to spread the message of Christ Jesus.
  • Sardis - King Croesus declares war on Cyrus and Cyrus takes over Sardis, John writes a letter encouraging the Christians there to stay faithful
  • Seleucia - Paul, Barnabas, and John Mark are on a missionary journey, they travel to the island Cyprus, Bar-Jesus tries to stop the missionaries work in the city of Paphos, John Mark leaves the journey
  • Syrian Antioch - Followers of Christ teach the pagan community, Barnabas preaches to the Gentiles, Barnabas meets up with Paul and they preach together
  • Tarsus - Tarsus is Paul's hometown, Paul learned tent-making, Paul wrote letters to Tarsus