Fill in these forms as you study more than 100 Bible characters in the Old and New Testaments. Keep a record of where and when each lived, what they did, what they were known for (e.g. courage, love, joy, patience, gentleness or lack of….), lessons for us (application of what we can learn from knowing about them), and practice cross-referencing skills throughout Scripture. Charts, maps, plus simple graphics for each character add visual interest to your Bible study. Pdf format for YOU to print on pastel or white paper. Approx. 210 pgs.
Note from author: “I printed mine on pastel paper, depending on the chronological section. I used pink, beige, yellow, pale green, pale blue, and mauve. There is no colour ink required, just black ink. One thing to keep in mind is that you DO NOT NEED to begin with Adam. You can start ANYWHERE. If the sections are on pastel pages in your binder, it is easier to find a specific character.”
One other thing to consider is that due to the cross-referencing feature of this type of study (i.e. rustling of Bible pages), we don’t recommend this resource as “sermon notes for children during church services” because the noise may distract others nearby. However, it could be a supplementary resources used in a class or home setting.
Age Interest: 9 or 10 years old and up because there is some written work.
Tip: If you have younger children in your class or family, please consider finding a simple colouring page or activity about the same character or have them play with Bible story felts to retell the part being discussed.