This Christmas God is on an adventure, and your family is invited to join Him. In God’s Big Christmas Adventure we’ll follow God on His epic quest to save the world beginning in Bethlehem on that first Christmas night.
God’s Big Christmas Adventure is packed with six family devotions written to help your kids experience the wonder of the Bible throughout the holiday season and in the new year beyond.
This devotion book also includes includes a special bonus section with ideas for new Christmas traditions to help your family make unforgettable memories and experience the power of God’s love.
Don’t settle for an average Christmas. Dive into God’s Big Christmas Adventure and let your family’s holiday adventure begin!
It’s hard to believe it’s already November. Only 53 days until Christmas!
I know, crazy, right?
It will be here before you know it, and I want to do everything I can to help you prepare to have the best Christmas ever. Of course, the quality of your Christmas won’t be determined by anything you find under your tree but by what you find in your heart.
That’s why I wrote the book Holiday Road, to help each of us take time to be intentional and focus our hearts on Christ throughout the hectic holiday season.
We’re about a week away from the Holiday Road paperback going live on Amazon, but until then, you can download a free chapter.
December is finally here, and that means the Christmas rush is on. It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also the busiest, and that can make it challenging to help your family stay focused on Jesus.
Here are a few simple ideas to help you recapture breakfast, dinner and bedtime to keep Jesus front and center over the next few weeks.
Breakfast Time: Finding Jesus Game
See this baby Jesus figure? Well, you won’t see him for long. That’s because every night after my kids go to bed, I hide it somewhere in plain sight. Their job is to see who can be the first to find Jesus the next morning. Simple as that.
The Finding Jesus game creates a fun excuse to keep Jesus in the center of our day. Around our breakfast table, you’ll hear phrases like:
- Anyone seen Jesus yet today?
- Better keep an eye out for Him.
- Wonder where He’s going to turn up next?
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