This playful illustrated animation is a helpful alternative to Halloween and unpacks the Feast of Tabernacles, taking children to the first ever ‘Light Party’, where Jesus said ‘I am the light of the world’.
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At the first ever 'Light Party', Jesus declared "I am the light of the world"
Without light, we're a mess, scared and in danger. We need light to live safely and rightly with the world, with each other and with God. In fact, the Bible tells us that we are all lost people who are living in darkness; we all need the light.
This playful illustrated animation is a helpful alternative to Halloween and unpacks the Feast of Tabernacles, taking children to the first ever 'Light Party', where Jesus said 'I am the light of the world'. Jesus helps us see clearly who we are, what the world is really like and who God is. When Jesus, the light of the world, stepped into our darkness, he dealt with it once and for all and showed us how much we need his light.
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Tiarne came to know Jesus as a teenager, and now attends the Anglican Parish of Lithgow with her husband, Scott, and two children. She enjoys time spent being creative- particularly painting with watercolours and graphic design.
Mark has known Jesus since childhood & has had the privilege of serving Christ in the city & country, on both sides of the globe (Australia & Ireland). Supported by his wife & 5 children, he’s been the Rector of the Anglican Parish of Lithgow since 2012.
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