2020 Vision

Have you got 20/20 Vision? Watch this video to find out how to see clearly at the start of this New Year!

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How clearly are you seeing things?

This time of year is traditionally a season of reflection, a time to consider what life is all about, but are you seeing things as they truly are? 2020 Vision introduces Finnegan. In a bespectacled world he’s struggling to keep up with the cutting edge in lens design, and then he comes across some people living completely differently: without glasses! Can he live like this too? In the Bible it says “But now I see through a glass darkly; but then face to face, now I know in part, but then I shall know even as I am known.” As the new year approaches, 2020 Vision suggests there is another way of looking at life and challenges us to think again about how clearly we are see things.

Possible Discussion Questions

  • What's your focus for 2020?
  • I want to see clearly! What do I need to do? (possibly helpful to see Mark 8:22-26 to discuss this further)

Related Bible Reference

  • 1 Corinthians 13:12
  • Mark 8:22-26


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