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The children (Luke 18) | Character Images


Here are the images you need for the hero’s attributes linked to The children and Jesus.
Each hero set contains a high quality graphic of the character, a take home bible card and a colouring page.

The images are displayed small here, click on the image you wish to have, then save the image that loads.
(Please note : these images have no watermark but are not copyright free, they are only intended for classroom use.)








Individual Graphics




The children (Luke 18) | Craft 1


This is a really straightforward pop-up card mechanism that shows Jesus removing the barrier the disciples were proving to be between himself and the children. It features the hero graphics provided with the lesson.

Sadly my printer is behaving strangely so I apologise for the weak looking images.
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The children (Luke 18) | Craft 2


In the grand scene of kids ministry the mobile has gone somewhat out of fashion, they’ve been overused, and badly at that, but it’s simplicity lends itself to this story perfectly. Here we see Jesus surrounded by children, there are no barriers. the words of Jesus stand proud and clear, a visual reminder that he will always welcome them.

Sadly my printer is behaving strangely so I apologise for the weak looking images.
The children (Luke 18) | Craft 2

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The children (Luke 18) | Worksheet

The children worksheet
This worksheet about the Chidren meeting jesus looks at the barriers we may place between Jesus and others. It’s a sheet designed to use in small groups though it would be possible to complete independently. The sheet has multiple activities many of which are also discussion prompts, it’s quite a heavy worksheet, apart from the puzzle at the end.

To complete the worksheet you will need something to write with as well as a bible (gospels only).

The PDF can can be downloaded by clicking on the image.

The children (Luke 18) | Games


While the theme of welcome ties nicely into the story I’ve tried to include some very simple games that Asher (fictional character from the passage retelling) and his friends would have been familiar with. If you have access to traditional games now would be a lovely time to bring them out, even if they are not of the era.


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Obstacle races – this story just begs for the obstacle races that the crowd must have posed to the children. Be creative in your space and link back to the kids running through crowd to the arms of Jesus!
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The children (Luke 18) | Story

The children (Luke 18) | Story 
If you want the teachers page then please click on the image for the pdf.

Today’s heroes are children because they shows us the gift of Childhood

Essential Teachers notes:
This is kind of a small passage, squished into the chapter and both overlooked and over lifted by different circles in the church. While there is deep theological meaning in Jesus choosing to engage in the marginalized and powerless parts of society here, there is also the much more simple message of welcome that so often children question. It’s important to stress after the story that in some cultures today childhood is much more valued, and that even then children were highly valued by their parents even if not in the wider society.

Main Passage : Luke 18

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