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The HCOS Weekly Valentine's Special Edition Happy Valentine's Day! Love, e HCOS Weekly Team Verse of the Week By Megan Ferguson one another as He loved us. So this 4. Repeat this process with the Valentine’s Day I challenge you to bottom edge of the paper. tell someone how much you love 5. Now use the ruler to match them and you know what? They up the first top mark with the first probably love you too. <3 bottom mark. 6. Next use a pencil to draw a line along the ruler that connects each top and bottom mark. 7. Continue to make these lines Craft handpicked with LOVE across the rest of the page. by Megan Ferguson 8. Next, use scissors to cut each penciled line. Make sure you cut the paper while it is still folded. Each of your paper strips should have a fold. 9. Make similar strips of folded paper from the white and pink sheets of construction paper. 10. Then choose the first color strip you want to turn into a heart. 11. Next grab both ends of the strip before folding them inward. If you do this right, you should see the shape of a heart form. 12. Hold onto your heart while you carefully staple the ends to1. Place a sheet of red construc- gether. tion paper vertically on a table in 13. To create your chain, string front of you. the next strip of paper through the 2. Fold the top of the paper already stapled heart before stadown to meet the bottom of the pling the ends together. paper. The paper should now be 14. Repeat this process until folded in half. all of your paper strips are used up. 3. Use a ruler to measure half an Once done, hang up your heart inch. Starting at the top left edge chain where everyone can enjoy it. of the folded paper, make a mark Email us pictures of your finished on the paper with a pencil at every craft at half inch mark until you reach the and let us know if you want more! end of the paper. Heart Wreath “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” John 13:34-35 With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, Hallmark and other commercial businesses are ramping up their sales propaganda. With commercials and ads everywhere about cards, jewelry and candy, it’s hard to stay focused on what Valentine’s Day is really all about. As for myself, I usually just roll my eyes at all the Valentine’s Day stuff, because I’m single and plan to stay that way for quite a while. But I suppose Valentine’s Day isn’t just about romantic love, it’s about showing your friends and family how much they mean to you. Jesus commands us to love

The HCOS Weekly: Valentine's Special Edition

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