Supermarket

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Gifts

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Contact lens

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Shepherds

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Cartoon worksheet: John the Baptist

cartoon worksheet - All SaintsThis ‘John the Baptist’ themed worksheet would be ideal for use during Advent, and is based on the Anglican lectionary reading for 4th of December, although it would be suitable for use at any other time. You could photocopy this worksheet and give it to your youthgroup, homegroup, print it on the back of your service sheet, or use it as an icebreaker. We ask that you buy a licence if you actually photocopy and use the worksheet.

To download the John the Baptist cartoon worksheet:

– Using Microsoft Internet Explorer: You need to right click on the link then select ‘ Save Target As…’. Choose where you want to store the file on your computer, then click ‘Save’.

– Using Firefox: You need to right click on the link then select ‘ Save Link As…’. Choose where you want to store the file on your computer, then click ‘Save’.

The John the Baptist worksheet:
As a .pdf (Will probably give the best results)
As a Word document
As a .gif image document (in case you have problems with the others)

(The file sizes are all about 150 -175kb)

If you have any questions about downloading the worksheet, buying a licence etc the Frequently Asked Questions page may be able to help, or feel free to contact us.

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Christmas Resources: He came down

Christmas resources

This image could be used as a service sheet cover, an overhead transparency, as an illustration in a church magazine or in any other way you can think of.

To find out how you can use this image yourself – look at this page (link will open in a new window).

You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

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Christmas Resources: Shepherds

Christmas resources

These are shepherds (in case that wasn’t obvious). This image could be used as a service sheet cover, an overhead transparency, as an illustration in a church magazine or in any other way you can think of.

To find out how you can use this image yourself – look at this page (link will open in a new window).

You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

The Frequently Asked Questions page has more information about the technical aspects of adding a cartoon to your publication. (Link will open in new window).

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Christmas Resources: Everlasting light

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This image was originally designed as a service sheet cover, but it could be used as an overhead transparency, as an illustration in a church magazine or in any other way you can think of.

To find out how you can use this image yourself – look at this page (link will open in a new window).

You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

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Church marketing

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Ikea

You can use this cartoon yourself – find out how to do so on this page (link will open in a new window).

You can then download a higher resolution version via this link. In Internet Explorer you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Target As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Firefox right click on the link and select ‘Save Link As…’.

The Frequently Asked Questions page has more information about the technical aspects of adding a cartoon to your publication. (Link will open in new window).

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