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Let There Be Color Advent 2017 Devotional

Printable daily devotional for you to read, reflect, journal, pray, and color your way through Advent and the end of 2017.

Let There Be Light Advent 2017

Let There Be Color Devotional

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[This devo is included in our 2017 Advent Bundle of resources]

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Journey through Advent with color and light. This 25-days-long printable coloring devotional features:

  • Sunday Sabbath poetry prayers (written by Sarah Are)

  • weekly planning pages (to blend gratitude & prayers with your to-do's)

  • bi-weekly journaling prompts (reflecting on where light is missing in the world and where light is breaking in)

  • 16 coloring pages and artist reflections inspired by all of the lectionary texts for Advent Year B (featuring art & reflections by Lisle Gwynn Garrity, Sarah Are, Hannah Garrity, & Lauren Wright Pittman).

 

 

NEW REVISED VERSION: This file has been revised so that it no longer includes dates from 2017. All dates have been removed so that you can use this devo for any season. We encourage you to start it on the first Sunday in Advent and continue daily through the end of the year!

PRINTING INFO: Download includes a print-ready PDF of the 28-page devo, formatted to print on 11 x 17 sheets to fold into an 8.5 x 11 booklet. The PDF is arranged so that you can easily fold the pages in half, staple or bind them down the middle, and voila! You have a beautiful devotional to guide you through Advent. Click one of the products below to learn more about cost estimates for printing in large quantities via Staples.

Please choose one of the licensing options below based on how many copies you wish to print for yourself and/or your church/community.