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4. “Who Am I?” New Testament Women In The Bible

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Encourage children to learn some fun facts about women in the New Testament. Use this short worksheet to introduce your children or class to a few of the women in the New Testament, who they were, and what they did. As your children read the Scripture and answer the question, “Who Am I,” discuss with them facts about each woman, such as her purpose and her character. If desired add additional questions along with Scripture references to introduce other women in the New Testament for extended learning.

This facts sheet can be used as an addition to any home school curriculum, Sunday school curriculum, or Christian school curriculum.

For additional activities, use these questions to play a family game of trivia. Serve popcorn and enjoy!

Ages: 8-12

What you Need:

NET Bible or computer with access to download the NET Bible version

Questions:

1. I was the mother of Jesus. Who am I? (Luke 1:18-25)

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2. I was the wife of Zechariah and the mother of John. Who am I? (Luke 1:13)

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3. My sister was Mary and my brother was Lazarus. Who am I? (John 11:1-2)

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4. I was the sister who sat at Jesus feet during his visit. Who am I? (Luke 10:38-39)

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5. I took spices to Jesus’ tomb along with Mary the mother of James. Who am I? ( Mark 16:1-2)

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6. I was one of the women along with Mary Magdalene and Mary mother of James who told the disciples about the resurrection of Jesus after visiting the tomb. Who am I? (Luke 24:10)

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7. I was the daughter of Phanuel who was a prophetess from the tribe of Asher. Who am I? (Luke 2:36)

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8. Jesus told me about living water. Who am I? (John 4:4-26)

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9. I was healed by Jesus. My name begins with S. Who am I? (Luke 8:3)

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10. My dad was a synagogue ruler who asked Jesus to heal me. Who am I? (Mark 5:21-23)

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11. I gave two copper coins as an offering. Who am I? (Mark 12:41-44)

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12. I did good deeds and charity in the town of Joppa. Who am I? (Acts 9:36))

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13. I was a slave girl who heard Peter’s voice at the outer gate door. Who am I? (Acts 12:13-14)

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14. I was a believer and the mother of Timothy. Who am I? (Acts 16:1; 2 Timothy 1:5)

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15. I was the mother of Eunice and the grandmother of Timothy. Who am I? (2 Timothy 1:5)

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16. I was from the city of Thyatria and a dealer in purple cloth. Who am I? (Acts 16:14-15)

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17. I was the wife of Aquila. Who am I? (Acts 18:2)

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18. I was a servant of the church in Cenchrea. Who am I? (Romans 16:1-2)

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19. Because of my faith and my ability to hide the spies, I did not perish when I died. Who am I? (Hebrews 11:31)

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20. We were believers and served Jesus Christ. Who were we? (Philippians 4:1-3)

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Answers:

Euodia, Mary, Samaritan Woman, Daughter of Jairus, Lois, Syntyche, Elizabeth, Martha, Eunice, Anna, Phoebe, Mary sister of Martha, Priscilla, Mary Magdelene, Joanna, Susanna, Widow, Dorcus, Rhoda, Lydia, Rahab

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