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1 comment:

  1. Hello,

    I just found your artwork and really, really like it. Every year our church has a "week of prayer." During this week, we meet for seven nights to read articles centered around a specific theme, sing hymns, and pray. It's a really nice way to close out the year. The only problem is that it gets a little boring for the kids in our congregation. Last year, I put together activity packs for each night. I summarized the readings and put it into language the kids could understand. I also made up puzzles and games the kids could do while the meeting was going on. The kids loved it. I would like to do it again this year, but plan to email the packets out to other churches that will be participating. Since this isn't just for our local church, I thought I'd better ask you for permission to use your coloring pages in our activity packs. I'd be happy to pay for their use. Please contact me at margieseely@yahoo.com. Thank you and God bless!

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