New Believers' Workbook for Kids – Download PDF

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“New believers” need the basics of the Bible and Christianity. Children too! This new believers’ workbook workbook is for children to learn the basics of the faith. Use it for curriculum for new Christians class at your church.

This new Christian’s workbook provides a place to record the child’s salvation and baptism experiences. This will help children reflect on their decision to follow Jesus. The free booklet also serves as a new church member’s manual. The purposes and activities of the church are explained, including Bible study, prayer, worship, baptism, the Lord’s Supper, fellowship, and ministry. Each lesson in this section promotes the idea of growing as a Christian.

These worksheets could be used as curriculum in a new believers’ class or given to a new Christian to be worked individually with help from a parent or an adult at church.

Just staple the pages together near the left edge to form a book. The first page can serve as the cover. If you prefer, you can add a more elaborate front and back cover. The fifteen pages are not numbered, so it would be possible to change the order or use just some of the pages, if this meets your needs better.

New believers’ workbook for Kids

New Believer's Workbook for Children (15 page free printable)

Like all our printables, this free curriculum is designed to serve your ministry. We would love to hear how these materials are helpful in your family, children’s ministry, or Sunday School. Leave a comment below to let us know. You can also share tips for other readers who may be planning a new Christian class for children.

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