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King Saul | Make 1

 

This King Saul craft focuses on his robe being torn first by Samuel and the by David, it’s a really quick and simple craft with a lot of printout options so you can tailor it to your group. The craft works simply by making the edge of the robe tear away and reappear in the hands of whomever took it. King Saul | Make 1

 
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King Saul | Talk

King Saul | Talk 
If you want the teachers page then please click on the image for the pdf.

Today’s hero is Saul because he shows us the gift of TEARING.

Essential Teachers notes:
Saul is a strange character, he’s impressive visually, he’s chosen by a prophet and given the honour of being the first Israelite king, but despite the new status of the kingdom and his success in battle he is both impatient and wilful. Eventually his logic is his downfall as the prophet Samuel tires of his inability to follow instructions. Though the ramifications of his decisions may not be seen immediately his actions echo down though other biblical stories such as Esther.

Main Passage : 1 Samuel 12-14

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King Saul | Heroes

 

Here are the images you need for the hero’s attributes linked to King Saul.
Each hero set contains a high quality graphic of the character, a take home bible card and a colouring page.

The images are displayed small here, click on the image you wish to have, then save the image that loads.
(Please note : these images have no watermark but are not copyright free, they are only intended for classroom use.)

 

English

 

71-Card71-Card
71-King-Saul71-King-Saul
71-Colouring-page71-Colouring-page

 

Extra Graphics

 

71-David71-David
71-Samuel71-Samuel

 

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Advent | Make Part 5

 

This year for advent we are trying to strip away the glitter and look past the tree lights. Advent was traditionally a time of penitence and fasting, a sober time where we travelled through the long journey that lead upto Jesus’ birth. One of the reminders of that original meaning we have left is our Advent wreaths.

Advent wreaths are made of 5 candles placed in a ring, the central candle always stands for Jesus and is usually white, while the others are sometimes coloured. The four surrounding candles are said to represent either hope, peace, love and joy OR characters that prepared the way for Jesus – patriarch’s, prophets, John the Baptist and Mother Mary. Each Advent Sunday a new candle is lit as we journey towards the Christ child’s arrival.
Advent | Make Part 5

 
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Advent | Make Part 4

 

This year for advent we are trying to strip away the glitter and look past the tree lights. Advent was traditionally a time of penitence and fasting, a sober time where we travelled through the long journey that lead upto Jesus’ birth. One of the reminders of that original meaning we have left is our Advent wreaths.

Advent wreaths are made of 5 candles placed in a ring, the central candle always stands for Jesus and is usually white, while the others are sometimes coloured. The four surrounding candles are said to represent either hope, peace, love and joy OR characters that prepared the way for Jesus – patriarch’s, prophets, John the Baptist and Mother Mary. Each Advent Sunday a new candle is lit as we journey towards the Christ child’s arrival.
Advent | Make Part 4

 
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