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Jesus Tree - 48 Ornaments for Lent with Family Devotions & Images to Colour

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What is Lent?
Lent is a special time of year that starts a few weeks before Easter. It comes right after Pancake Tuesday! The first day of Lent is called Ash Wednesday.
During Lent people focus on Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. Many people choose to give up something for Lent, to help them remember Jesus giving up his life for us on the cross. Others practice Lent by doing something kind for people every day. There are many ideas for making Lent a wonderful time with your family.

What is the Jesus Tree?
The Jesus Tree is one of those wonderful ideas I just mentioned—a fun way to celebrate Lent with the children in your life! A collection of stories make up the Jesus Tree—stories of Jesus’ life and ministry—all the way from birth to death to resurrection.
This book contains a set of 48 ornaments for you. Included are ready-to-colour illustrations and ready-to-read devotions (with Bible story, suggested Scripture reading, Prayer, and Talk About discussion idea). This is a fun and ready-to-use resource for you to enjoy with your family.

How To Use The Jesus Tree—48 Ornaments for Lent with Family Devotions & Images to Colour
Cut out the devotions and illustrations before Lent. On the first day of Lent, read the first story in The Jesus Tree book. Let the children colour the illustration as you read through the devotion. You can also open the Bible together to the scripture passage to teach children where the books of the Bible are found. Read the story, discuss the question(s) in the Talk About section and pray with the children. Do this every day during the season of Lent, in numerical order, finishing up on Easter Monday. Display the Jesus Tree ornaments in your home and watch your family’s faith grow as your Jesus Tree grows!

**Ideas: Attach the coloured images and/or devotions to construction paper, wood cut-outs, string, etc. & hang on a tree or garland. Laminate for a keepsake.**
What is Lent?
Lent is a special time of year that starts a few weeks before Easter. It comes right after Pancake Tuesday! The first day of Lent is called Ash Wednesday.
During Lent people focus on Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. Many people choose to give up something for Lent, to help them remember Jesus giving up his life for us on the cross. Others practice Lent by doing something kind for people every day. There are many ideas for making Lent a wonderful time with your family.

What is the Jesus Tree?
The Jesus Tree is one of those wonderful ideas I just mentioned—a fun way to celebrate Lent with the children in your life! A collection of stories make up the Jesus Tree—stories of Jesus’ life and ministry—all the way from birth to death to resurrection.
This book contains a set of 48 ornaments for you. Included are ready-to-colour illustrations and ready-to-read devotions (with Bible story, suggested Scripture reading, Prayer, and Talk About discussion idea). This is a fun and ready-to-use resource for you to enjoy with your family.

How To Use The Jesus Tree—48 Ornaments for Lent with Family Devotions & Images to Colour
Cut out the devotions and illustrations before Lent. On the first day of Lent, read the first story in The Jesus Tree book. Let the children colour the illustration as you read through the devotion. You can also open the Bible together to the scripture passage to teach children where the books of the Bible are found. Read the story, discuss the question(s) in the Talk About section and pray with the children. Do this every day during the season of Lent, in numerical order, finishing up on Easter Monday. Display the Jesus Tree ornaments in your home and watch your family’s faith grow as your Jesus Tree grows!

**Ideas: Attach the coloured images and/or devotions to construction paper, wood cut-outs, string, etc. & hang on a tree or garland. Laminate for a keepsake.**

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