Include your children during Lent with free Lent coloring pages based on the Gospel Readings from the Revised Common Lectionary Year B.
The first Sunday of Lent features an image from Mark 1:9-15, Jesus’ time of tempation in the wilderness.
The second Sunday of Lent features Mark 8:34 from the Gospel Reading from Mark 8:31-38.
Jesus said, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me.”
The third Sunday of Lent uses the Gospel Reading from John 2:13-22 when Jesus clears the temple. The coloring page features John 2:16.
Jesus said, “Don’t make my Father’s house a place for buying and selling.
The fourth Sunday of Lent’s Gospel Reading is from John 3:14-21 focusing on coming into the light. The coloring page features John 3:21.
But anyone who lives by the light comes into the light. They live by the truth with God’s help.
The Gospel Reading for the fifth Sunday of Lent from John 12:20-33 teaches us how to bear much fruit. The coloring page features John 12:24.
What I’m about to tell you is true. Unless a grain a wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only one seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds.
The Gospel Reading for Palm Sunday is from Mark 14:1-15:47. The coloring page features the triumphal entry with Jesus riding the colt and people waving palm branches.
For Easter Sunday, the Gospel Reading is from John 20:1-18 and speaks of Mary Magdalene’s visit to the tomb.
You can download and print this free set of Lent Coloring Pages using this link to my store.
You might also enjoy the diorama paper crafts for Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday.