September 6, 2015
Mark 7:24-37
James 2:1-10 (11-13) 14-17

Snapshot

Fourth Sunday in Lent


Leah Thompson


Object: a photograph, film camera

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Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them. (v. 11)

Good morning, boys and girls! How are you this morning? (allow answers) How many of you have seen a camera like this before? (allow answers) Ten years ago, almost everyone used cameras like these! They aren't digital cameras, like we use today. These cameras use something called film. You would take pictures with the camera and then take the camera film to be developed -- at someplace like CVS or a photography shop. You didn't get to see the photos until after they were developed! How is that different from using a digital camera? (allow answers)

You had to be very careful with film cameras. If you opened them the wrong way, you could ruin the photos! Camera film is very sensitive to light. If you open the camera wrong and let light hit the film, it would make all of the pictures turn out to look ...

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