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Paul's Conversion Sequenced Coloring Page

Paul's conversion
Click above to download the main story coloring page

Download and print this sequenced Bible coloring page to teach the story of Paul’s conversion. You can use it as a teaching illustration, or pass it out to the children as a coloring page activity sheet. Click here to let us know how you will use this free resource.
Directions: Use the following links or click on the preview images. The PDF file will be easier to print and a smaller download. The jpeg image is easier to edit.

The inspiration of this story comes from Paul’s experience on the road to Damascus. He was on his way to persecute Jesus’ followers when God dramatically got his attention. The whole story of Paul’s conversion is found in Acts 9.
Optional: Watch a video clip about Saul’s Conversion from the Jesus Storybook Bible. We’ve also created a Bible lesson about Paul’s conversion.

Sequence Bible Story
Click above to download this storyline sheet.

Sequence Bible Story
Click above to download this storyline sheet.

19 thoughts on “Paul's Conversion Sequenced Coloring Page”

  1. THANK YOU!!!
    You came to my rescue. I am teaching K-2 Sunday School tomorrow morning. I also teach in a private Methodist based K-8 school so I am excited to find an extension to my classroom lessons (1st grade) throughout the school year.
    THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!

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  2. I’m trying to show my kids how God can change the stoniest heart into something beautiful. Last week we cut hearts from various grades of sandpaper and then used crayons to color over those hearts onto paper, creating beautiful artwork. I will use Mandy’s book to reinforce this teaching further. Thanks.

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  3. Thank you for this resource. I will use it as a sequencing activity for my Sunday School class in a Bangkok slum community. It’s great that it has no words on it as I can use it in Thai.

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  4. Thank you! Trying to figure out how to fold it to make it a sequence book. But I will use the illustrations as I teach the story. So it will be used sequentially.

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  5. Thank you for this! We are sending home this one and the Jonah page for our virtual VBS this summer!

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  6. I’m reading this story for an online Vacation Bible School for Episcopal churches in San Diego. This will be a great visual for my story. Thank you!

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