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Narnia: Hope

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Category: Prayer Activities Age Group: 7 - 11's Age Group: 12 - 16's Age Group: 16+

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Aslan, the good lion, offered his own life to save Edmund. He lay on the stone table and let the White Witch kill him - when Aslan died, the White Witch thought she'd won. 

However, Aslan's good magic was deeper and more powerful than the White Witch's bad magic. Aslan came back to life - he was resurrected - and he brought hope back to the people and the creatures of Narnia. 

(Christians believe that Jesus died on a cross, but came back to life again - was resurrected - 3 days later. This gives Christians hope.)

This activity invites students to think about hope - what is hope, and how do we find it? 

It invites students to think of someone (maybe themselves, or someone they know) who is having a difficult time, and who needs hope. 

This activity was sent to us by our friends at BeSpace, Oxford. They were developed by a local team who are  based in Abingdon. It is also part of our Narnia Series.