Last year, we began working on a series of Family Devotionals in order to make the holidays more meaningful in our home.
Each book is divided into sections (intend to be one for each day, but obviously you can use them however you like). Each section includes a scripture reading, thoughts on the reading, discussion questions, and one or more hymns to sing.
This year we have updated our books and added even more free printables (for activities, decorations, and greeting cards).
Currently, we have two family devotionals available:
The Thanks Giving Tree: Seeing Blessings Everywhere and
The Tree of Life: Seeking the Son This Christmas.
The Thanks Giving Tree: Seeing Blessings Everywhere is a short devotional book to help the entire family focus on reasons to be thankful during the Thanksgiving season.
It is easy to go through life and miss the blessings all around us. Often we are focused on the things we don’t like and wish were different in our lives, rather than thanking God for blessing us abundantly above anything we can ask or think. The Thanks Giving Tree: Seeing Blessings Everywhere helps point the whole family back to God and to see the blessings we have all around us.
The Tree of Life: Seeking the Son This Christmas is a devotional designed to help the whole family draw close to Christ this Christmas. This Jesse Tree style book traces the roots of Christ through the history of the Bible and explains how we are each supposed to live as branches of the Vine, intimately attached to the Tree of Life, our life source.
Through the end of November we are going to be giving away The Thanks Giving Tree: Seeing Blessings Everywhere in PDF form as a way to say thanks to you! Use coupon code GIVETHANKS to get our Thanksgiving devotional for free.
If you would rather have Kindle versions, you can purchase The Thanks Giving Tree: Seeing Blessings Everywhere and The Tree of Life: Seeking the Son This Christmas on Amazon instead.
And if anyone out there really wants to use The Tree of Life: Seeking the Son This Christmas devotional and truly can’t afford it right now, email us at email@example.com and we’ll send the PDF to you.
If you want to see pictures of our boys using the Thanks Giving Tree materials from last year, you can check out our post on The Do-It-Yourself Mom.
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