Watch Superbook’s Episode: Road to Damascus


Today’s episode is based off Acts 9:1–19.


“No matter what I’ve done, God can save me”.


Memorize this together as a family this week!

“This is a trustworthy saying, and everyone should accept it: “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners”—and I am the worst of them all.”

1 Timothy 1:15



  1. Stone
  2. Envelope, marker
  3. Small plastic bag of dirt, sealed shut
  4. Sunglasses
  5. Blindfold
  6. Gloves
  7. Bowl of water
  8. Name Tag


Gather objects. You may substitute or omit objects due to availability. Adjust the presentation and group sizes accordingly. Write “Damascus” on the envelope.

Place the objects around the room randomly, in plain sight.

Name the first event on the list and send the first child to find the object that represents the event. Ask everyone if they agree that the object found is correct. If the object is not correct, return it to where it was found and allow the child to search again. Give hints if necessary and be prepared to help children with special needs.

Below is a list of events from Acts 9 and the representative objects:

Stoning of Stephen—stone.
Letter giving Saul permission to persecute Christians in Damascus—envelope.
Road to Damascus—bag of dirt.
Jesus’ glorious appearance—sunglasses.
Saul’s blindness—blindfold.
Ananias laying hands on Saul—gloves.
Saul’s baptism—bowl of water.
Saul becomes known as Paul—name tag.


You will be detectives today! You will need to find objects based on events that happened during Saul’s journey to Damascus. When you find an object, everyone will agree or disagree whether it is the right object for the event. If it is the right one, you earn 10 points. If it is not the right one, place the item back and keep searching for the correct item.  Once you find the correct item you will earn 5 points.

After playing the game, SAY : You are such good detectives to uncover all the clues related to Saul’s journey! Let’s repeat the SuperVerse, 1 Timothy 1:15, together:

“This is a trustworthy saying, and everyone should accept it: “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners”—and I am the worst of them all.”

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  1. Has anyone ever teased you or been mean because you believe in Jesus?  If so, how did you feel and what did you do?
  2. Amazingly, Jesus says that something good can come out of persecution. Can you guess what it is? (Luke 21:13-15).
  3. How does Jesus promise to help us when we tell others about Him? (Luke 21:13-15).

PRAY: “Dear God, fill me with Your power so I can be a witness for You. Please strengthen all the believers who are persecuted for their faith in You. Amen.”

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