Biblical person: Agrippa (king in Acts)
Creative activities and ideas based on the biblical figure of Agrippa (king in Acts)
Herod Agrippa II was the son of Herod Agrippa I, who persecuted Christians in the early days of the church. Herod Agrippa II ruled over parts of Palestine from 50 AD to 100 AD, and is mentioned in the New Testament in Acts 25-26. He met with the Apostle Paul during his imprisonment in Caesarea, where Paul defended himself against charges brought by the Jewish leaders. Agrippa II showed some interest in Christianity, but ultimately did not convert. He is also known for his involvement in the events leading up to the Jewish Revolt against Rome in 66 AD.
We have compiled a range of creative ideas and activities below that relate to this Biblical person. These resources are designed to help you teach important life lessons in an engaging and interactive way, whether you are a children's ministry leader, a Sunday school teacher, or a religious educator in a Christian primary school.
Our activities below are suitable for use in various settings such as church children's programs, children's ministry, catechism classes, children's services, Bible clubs, vacation Bible school, and Sunday school, and will help students understand the relevance of the Bible to their lives, and the importance of applying its teachings in practical ways.