Has Christmas prep hit your house yet? I’ve put together a collection of my top Christmas posts – making a handy place for you to come back to over the next week or so .
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Planning Christmas my way means I create my own to-do list making the things that are important to us this Christmas as my priority.
Advent is about preparing our hearts for Christmas. It is about making Jesus central to our emotions, passions and choices.
Keeping Christ in my Christmas means reflecting Christ, his love and purpose for people, to the world.
Blending family expectations this Christmas means we have to start thinking about what is important to us and how we can blend that in with whatever is planned for the day.
Christmas traditions celebrate certain values, and over the years those values may not change, but the way we celebrate might.
Christmas is a time to be intentional
Whether we use family devotion time, family night, or homeschool lessons we can use the month leading up to Christmas for teaching our children values and spiritual lessons. We need to think ahead and know what it is our children need at this time and plan to teach into that need.
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Making Christmas significant for teens is different than when they were little. Christmas resources for teaching teens.