All children like to color. Sunday school coloring pages are great for opening activities or for a little something extra to enjoy. Each Bible-based coloring page has a special message. More information
Abraham (Abram) tries to count the stars, because God promised that he would be blessed with as many children as there were stars in the sky. (Genesis 15:5)
From the day we are born, God has a plan for each of our lives, as He did for baby Moses.
Balaam tries to persuade his donkey to keep moving, not realizing an angel blocks the path.
Children use real coins to complete this coloring activity of the poor widow who cheerfully gave everything she had to the Lord.
Queen Esther on her way to speak to the king on behalf of her people.
Using shapes to represent colors, children create a colorful picture of a heart and cross resembling a stained glass church window.
Jesus called Peter and his brother Andrew saying, "Come, follow me, and I will make you fishers of men."
God confuses the language of the people so they will not be able to finish building a tower to reach Heaven.
Daniel is found innocent before the Lord and survives the den of lions. (Daniel 6:22)
Children color a picture of Samuel using his horn of oil to anoint King David.
David cuts off a piece of Saul's robe, but to honor God he did not harm the king. (1Samuel 24:11)
Delilah tricks Samson into telling her that cutting his hair will take away his great strength. (Judges 16:15-19)
Giants in the land, no problem, our God reigns!
Coloring page of Elijah showing how God Provides food for those who fear Him. Psalm 111:5
Eve reaches for the forbidden fruit after being deceived by the evil serpent. (Genesis 6:3)
Children learn that even the biggest problems crumble when we put our faith in God.
Put on the full armor of God. Kids will color the different articles of armor found on a Roman soldier. (Ephesians 6:11-17)
Gideon with a broken jar and torch and blowing his horn at the edge of the enemy's camp. (Judges 7)
A fun coloring and writing activity that teaches children that God loves them.
Children have fun coloring the picture and adding the things that make them special.
God's angel protects Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in the fiery furnace. (Daniel 3:25-28)
Jesus wants us to love our neighbors as ourselves.
Hannah goes to the temple to ask God for a son.
Children color Jesus as He tells parables to His disciples.
The disciples are amazed as even the storms and the waves obey Jesus.
(Connect-the-Dots) After completing this coloring activity, children discover what Jesus carried on His way to Calvary.
Jesus feeds 5,000 people with just five loaves of bread and two fish given to Him by a young boy.
Jesus is alive and has risen into the clouds.
Jesus heals a paralyzed man in the midst of a great crowd.
Jesus heals the man that was blind from birth.
Children use size and shape to add missing objects to this scene before coloring.
For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16
Jesus performs His first miracle by turning water into wine!
A look at the feet of Jesus as He walks on water as seen from under the sea.
Prepare the way for the Lord! A coloring page showing John the Baptist in the Jordan River.
Jonah disobeys God and faces the consequences.
God's plan for Joseph's life is revealed to his brothers. (Genesis 45:1-14)
Joshua and the Israelites getting ready to go into the promised land.
King David leaping and dancing before the Lord wearing an ephod to celebrate the return of the ark of the covenant. (2 Samuel 6:14-16)
Kids have fun coloring and connecting the dots to go to where they would like to live.
Jesus has miraculously raised Lazarus from the dead! (John 11:1-43)
A coloring page that reminds children to let their light shine.
A Christmas scene of Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus lying in a manger.
Martha is busy with household chores while Mary welcomes Jesus into their home.
Coloring Page of Mary anointing Jesus with a jar of expensive perfume. (John 12:3)
Moses coming down from Mount Sinai with the Ten Commandments. (Exodus 20:1-17)
Noah did everything just as God commanded him. In this scene Noah is busy building the ark.
Children create their own palm leafs to celebrate Palm Sunday
Children rejoice as Jesus rides by on His donkey.
A woman lost one of her ten coins, and must search for it until it is found. (Luke 15:8)
A happy farmer gets good results from all his hard work! (Matthew 13:3-23)
Paul's friends help him escape harm by lowering him from the city wall in a basket. (Acts 9:25)
Paul hears an angel tell him how to survive a shipwreck. (Acts 27:23-24)
Paul waves goodbye before sailing to Rome to stand trial before Caesar. (Acts 27)
(Connect-the-dots) Children use their counting skills to discover praying hands they can then color.
Rahab helps Joshua's spies escape from the King of Jericho.
Ruth decides to stay with her mother-in-law Naomi, saying, "Where you go I will go, and your God will be my God." (Ruth 1:16)
Samuel on his way to anoint the new king.
The queen of Sheba comes to visit Solomon and learn of his great wisdom. (1 Kings 10)
Children can color different symbols of love, the greatest being the cross of Jesus.
Workers begin the construction of Solomon's temple.
A lost sheep is in trouble when the good shepherd comes to the rescue.
Fishing on their own strength, the fishermen came up empty handed; nevertheless, the harvest Jesus provided was so great that it began to sink the boats. (Luke 5:1-11)
The Lord calls Samuel at a young age to begin his ministry as a prophet.
The parable of the prodigal son demonstrates God's Love for us. Luke 15:11-32
A coloring page showing the animals coming two by two aboard the ark built by Noah. (Genesis 7)
(Connect-the-dots) Children find out what happened to Jonah for not following God's Will.
(Connect-the-dots) Children must first connect the dots before they can tell which twin is Jacob and which is Esau in this coloring activity.
Jesus healed ten men with leprosy; however, only one came back to thank Jesus. Children color ten healed men and find which one appears to be thankful.
Although the jungle has many powerful creatures, Jesus is the king and master of all.
Zacchaeus climbs a sycamore-fig tree. (Luke 19:4)