Children and the young at heart: January 2021
As we say goodbye to 2020 and hello to 2021..
Here's an colouring and activity sheet for children and the young at heart that provides a creative way to look back at 2020. A way to say goodbye to the hard times; recognise those people and situations that have been a blessing to us; and the new things we have learnt about God in our lives; and looking forward into 2021, it offer an opportunity to name our hopes and dreams for the year to come.
There's also LOTS to colour in!
May you be blessed and refreshed in the year to come!
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