This is the last week of Imagine Camp. We hope that you enjoyed it and also learned more about the Bible and about Jesus and God. The site will be kept on this webpage for a while yet, so you can go back and keep working through the different activities this summer. We would love for you to leave us a comment as to what you enjoyed the most about "Imagine Camp."
Becca Shares 2 Episodes on the Gospel
Adoniram & Ann Judson
Missionaries to Burma
This is a fascinating story of a couple that was determined to spread the Gospel, even if it would cost them their lives. This 30 minute video is a must see!
After watching the video, this coloring page will make perfect sense. Click onto the page and print off this page as a reminder of what God did for this family.
Guess the Bible Story
Click onto the activity pages. Print them off and enjoy some coloring and cutting.
This is how the Bible describes the story of Noah and the Ark.
The Lord saw how bad the sins of man had become on the earth. All of the thoughts in his heart were always directed only toward what was evil.
The world had become evil.
The Lord was very sad that he had made man on the earth. His heart was filled with pain. So the Lord said, “I created man on the earth. But I will wipe them out. I will destroy people and animals alike. I will also destroy the creatures that move along the ground and the birds of the air. I am very sad that I have made man.”
God has feelings. It saddens Him when we don’t follow Him.
But the Lord was pleased with Noah.
God was pleased with one man on the earth. One man! Only one man and his family followed God.
Here is the story of Noah. Noah was a godly man. He was without blame among the people of his time. He walked with God. Noah had three sons. Their names were Shem, Ham and Japheth.
The earth was very sinful in God’s eyes. It was full of mean and harmful acts. God saw how sinful the earth had become. All of the people on earth were leading very sinful lives.
So God said to Noah, “I am going to put an end to all people. They have filled the earth with their harmful acts. You can be sure that I am going to destroy both them and the earth.
God was so upset with how the people of the world were, He decided to wipe them off the planet. How would you have liked to have been Noah at that time? God has just told him that the whole world was going to be wiped out! He hasn’t said anything yet about saving Noah.
“So make yourself an ark out of cypress wood. Make rooms in it. Cover it with tar inside and out. Here is how I want you to build it. The ark has to be 450 feet long. It has to be 75 feet wide and 45 feet high. Make a roof for it. Leave the sides of the ark open a foot and a half from the top. Put a door in one side of the ark. Make lower, middle and upper decks.
“I am going to bring a flood on the earth. It will destroy all life under the sky. It will destroy every living creature that breathes. Everything on earth will die. “But I will make my covenant with you. You will enter the ark. Your sons and your wife and your sons’ wives will enter it with you.
• God wanted to save Noah. So God gave Noah specific directions on how he could be saved. He had to build the ark. He had to follow God’s directions – every little step – in order to be saved.
• God fills Noah in on how He’s going to destroy the earth. He’s going to send a flood.
“Bring two of every living thing into the ark. Bring male and female of them into it. They will be kept alive with you. Two of every kind of bird will come to you. Two of every kind of animal will come to you. And two of every kind of creature that moves along the ground will come to you. All of them will be kept alive with you. “Take every kind of food that you will need. Store it away. It will be food for you and for them.”
Noah did everything exactly as God commanded him.
Noah did everything EXACTLY the way God told him. When was the last time you did EXACTLY what you were supposed to do?