Paul's Travels Passport, Stamps and More!

Monday, November 1, 2021

Each week, the students come to class and go to the front table where the passport station is. They find their passport and look for the current week. I have the sign/poster for the correct lesson for them to know what to look for. Download the passport location posters here.
Sample Pages for Updated Passport
By looking at the poster, they can use a stamper to mark their passport on the correct week. This is a twist on the old design as seen here. Instead of using assorted stampers and color stamp pads, I purchased this APPROVED stamper and used this updated passport with the logos already printed.
Click here to download the updated passport.

These passport stamps were designed for Paul's travels in the book of Acts. Not every place that he traveled to has a stamp. The stamps were designed for places that events are discussed that we typically teach in the book of Acts.
The number on each stamp is the chapter in Acts the place is listed.
There is a chart in both files that lists basically what is on the stamp, chapter, and if it is Greek, Roman, etc.
Each stamp can be downloaded as a graphic by right clicking on the stamp and copy. Click where you want it and paste. Or you can click save to store them in a file. You can make them any size you prefer this way. These have the standard copyright.
Alphabet order:
Paul was shipwrecked.
 Paul talked to the people about Moses to Jesus.
"Let me tell you about the unknown God. He created everything."
 Prominent men and women believed in Jesus.
Agabus warned Paul about Jerusalem.
 Paul taught the governors and King Agrippa.
 Tent maker with Priscilla and Aquila.
 Paul sailed to the island and Elymas was blinded.
Saul was blinded by the bright light.
 Paul left the city at night out a window down the wall.
 They burned their magic books.
Stephen is included since that is when we first learn about Paul.
 Paul was taken prisoner by the Roman guards.
Paul's nephew informed him about the death threats and he was taken away during the night.
 Paul's message was God created everything.
 Malta was also called Melita and was known for honey. A viper bit Paul from the woodpile.
 Paul taught Lydia here. She made purple dye from the shells found here.
 Paul and Silas were put in prison here.
 Paul was a prisoner here but rented his own house.
 The message was Jesus is the King.
The lamps were lit when Eutychus fell asleep and fell out of the window.
Copyright: Even though these passport stamps for Paul’s Travels in Acts are free to download and use, please respect my work, time and copyright by not sharing. Please direct others to my website for their own free download @  These may be printed and used as a visual or student project in any children’s Bible learning situation such as Bible class, VBS, mission work, day care, etc. Yes, this file may be shared with the church office for printing for your use. Yes, the document(s) may be printed and stored in the teacher’s resource room files for others to use.  The file, document(s), or the link are not permitted to be shared on your website. The document(s) and/or graphics may not be added to your file and shared/sold as your own work. Thank you, Debbie Jackson    2020



  1. Thank you so much for sharing your work on this project. I have been planning to use a "passport" activity and you posted this resource just in time for us to start using it. We use many of your materials and appreciate your careful approach to staying true to the Scriptures.

  2. Could you provide a link to print the weekly passport posters? Thanks!

    1. Thank you for letting me know! You can download it @


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