Dorcas Tabitha Raised by Peter
The Holy Scripture is filled with women of God and kids love to learn these Bible stories. Dorcas (aka Tabitha) and her story in Acts 9:36-43 is a New Testament example of the Holy Spirit’s power as Peter raises her from the dead. The name Tabitha means “gazelle” or “doe,” and was likely given to her due to her beauty. Children will learn in Scripture that Tabitha was a woman who was noted for her good works -known for love, generosity, and helping those in need. These Bible lessons, craft activities, and children’s ministry teachings are based on this powerful events in the early church.