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A Follower or student of Jesus, discipleship (See also following Jesus, apostles)

"By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." John 13:35


Fishers of Men

(Coloring Page) Jesus called Peter and Andrew saying, "Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men."

Follow Jesus

At home, school, or church, we must remember to follow Jesus.

Paul's Friends Help Him Escape

(Coloring Page) Paul's friends help him escape harm by lowering him from the city wall in a basket. (Acts 9:25)

The Cost of Serving

Children identify with John the Baptist, the disciples, and many others who gave up everything to serve Christ.

The Great Catch

(Coloring Page) 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)

Bulletin Boards

Fishers of Men

This display will remind the kids that as disciples of Jesus, they are called to reach out in the community and invite others to church. (Mark 1:17)


The Twelve Apostles

(Certificate of Achievement) Give this attractive certificate to your students for memorizing the names of all Twelve Apostles.


Connected Hearts

The children will connect paper hearts as a reminder to stick together as believers.


The Cost of Serving Jesus

In this lesson, children will learn the cost John the Baptist paid to serve Christ. Students will also learn what it means for us to deny ourselves and take up our crosses.

The Disciples

In this lesson, children learn that believers need Godís help so we can live boldly for Him.


Jesus Was Humble

(Word Search) Jesus was humble, and he shows us how to become humble servants with words found in John 13: 1-17

Paul and Silas in Prison

(Word Search) Kids search for words from the story about Paul and Silas when they continued to glorify God and share the Good News of Jesus while in prison. (Acts 16:16-30)


Why Go?

Why should we go to Sunday school? A skit about discipleship. (Skit for four)