For an enjoyable discussion with your child, look for the “dotted-lines” box! Within it are questions about God and His Word. Also, don’t miss the “Burrowing Deeper” page on this website for even more discussion thoughts.
Here are some new downloads!
Scroll down to see some other free coloring pages.
Coloring Pages to Download
Duck & Beaver
Trust in the Lord with all your heart…
Cow Loves to Tell Jokes
The Two Hens
Gander and Mouse
Holy Week Lamb
He will feed his flock like a shepherd…
Frog on a Log in a Pond
Frog's Rainy-Day Story
Rabbit Gives an Easter Basket
Use your imagination to color the pages above. If you wish, use the pictures below as a guide.
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The Bible tells us that Jesus always did only what was pleasing to his Heavenly Father (John 8:29 & Hebrews 4:15). What do you think it would be like to grow up in a house with an older brother who according to God’s standards never did anything wrong?
Keep scrolling down and see if you can find Gander, Mouse, and (little) Hen.
Help Duck Get to the Pond
Here’s a maze that you can download.
Help Duck get to the pond without tripping over Turtle, getting pecked by Gander, or getting chased by Fox.
The Bible tells us that when Jesus was carrying out his ministry on earth, his own brothers did not believe in him (John 7:5). After Jesus’ death and resurrection, they completely changed their minds. In fact, two of those brothers (James and Jude) wrote books of the Bible proclaiming that Jesus is the Son of God. What do you think it would be like to realize that the brother you grew up with was in fact the God who created everything, including you! (Colossians 1:15-20)?
“Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous or boastful or proud or rude.”
The Apostle Paul (1 Corinthians 13:4)