The Jesus Tree – A Daily Lent Activity from Ash Wednesday to Easter

Created by Letters from the Saints

$4.99

The Jesus Tree is an activity to guide children through the season of Lent to Easter. Each day of Lent is marked by a story from the Gospels and placing a felt symbol on the flannel Jesus Tree. The symbol represents the Gospel reading for the day.

Similar to the Jesse Tree which counts down the season of Advent, the Jesus Tree assists children to mark the days of Lent while guiding them through passages of the Gospels.

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The Jesus Tree is an activity to guide children through the season of Lent to Easter. Each day of Lent is marked by a story from the Gospels and placing a felt symbol on the flannel Jesus Tree. The symbol represents the Gospel reading for the day.

Similar to the Jesse Tree which counts down the season of Advent, the Jesus Tree assists children to mark the days of Lent while guiding them through passages of the Gospels.

The Jesus Tree digital guide tells you everything you need to know in order to make and use your own Jesus Tree. Within the 30 page guide, you will find a the list of the materials needed, instructions for assembling the Jesus Tree, pictures of sample symbols, templates for each of the symbols, and suggested daily readings.

Included in the digital guide:

• Instructions
• Templates for all of the symbols
• Pictures of all of the symbols
• Scripture references for all of the Gospel readings

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Note, this is only a digital file. No felt or flannel materials for making the Jesus Tree are included or shipped to the purchaser.
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My name is David Ward, and I have always been a big fan of real letters delivered to the mailbox. I remember as a child getting so excited to receive mail addressed to me. Magazines. Free things I had written for. Sometimes it was a card. Other times, it was an actual letter. It was a thrill to open up a card or letter and read the contents. As I grew older, I corresponded with friends of mine. And just like when I was younger, it was fun to open their letters.

I am also a convert to the Catholic Church who through my journey of faith has been guided and helped by many saints. Every step of the way before I entered the Church in 2001 and since then, I have grown in my devotion to our brothers and sisters in Heaven who are cheering us on. I have been able to understand that there is so much we can learn from the saints and that they are a great source of encouragement.

Starting with my reading the letters of St. Ignatius of Antioch, who lived in the First Century, I have been helped by the writings of the saints. I am thrilled to be able to share the powerful writing of the saints through actual letters which they wrote. Just as their writings have changed me, I know that the letters of the saints can make a difference in your family’s and your life and faith.

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