Monday, December 3, 2012

A Christ-Centered Christmas: Giveaway

Since I recently hit 50 followers here on my little blog, I thought it was high-time I did a giveaway.
I discovered that I have two copies of this book, so I'm sharing one with one of you.  My mom introduced us to this book last year when she used it as the base for their 12 Days of Christmas gifts.  The book is broken up into seven sections, each one highlighting a different piece of the Nativity with a devotional idea and activity to focus on that piece.  Over the next few weeks, I'll share some of the ideas we did.

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19 comments:

Tracy Boone said...

I am a new follower, as I am also the recipient of your cookie recipe!! Thank you so much and I can't wait to make these cookies!

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Tracy

Maria-Isabel @ Agape Love Designs said...

COngrats on 50 followers! You are awesome. And this is a wonderful giveaway! My favorite thing is just being able to be close with my family, and remember what Christmas is REALLY about.
All the presents and food is fun, but we also have a much bigger reason to celebrate! The birth of our savior!

queenbee5318 said...

Our family tradition is baking cookies together. We always have so much fun.

Jocelyn Christensen said...

What an awesome giveaway...I'll spread the word! Thank you!!! I love being able to focus on the Savior all month long!

Stefanie said...

My favorite Christmas tradition was my grandfather reading the Cajun Night Before Christmas. Then reading the scripture account of Christ's birth. However, now that my grandfather has passed away, I am hoping my hubby will take the reins to continue that family tradition!

Simonsen Family said...

my favorite Christmas tradition would be to visit live nativities every year for the last 14. To do things that help bring the spirit of Christmas into our house and to remember Jesus Christ. The true meaning of Christmas <3

Rachael said...

Congratulations on 50+ followers.

Kendra said...

New follower! My favorite tradtion is spending time with my family doing fun things and focusing on Christ. I have a 25 Days of Christmas thing that I do with my family that we love!

Kadie said...

We like to go look at the Christmas lights in the area, and on Christmas Eve we read the story of Christ's birth. What a lovely book and giveaway! And, I have to apologize!!! I thought I had been a follower for some time but I wasn't?!? But is't fixed now.:)

Lindsay @Artsy-Fartsy Mama said...

I love making gifts for my family & friends :)
Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects said...

When I got married, it was a whole realm of new traditions - some we are still making and have yet to make! But one thing we've done every year that I love is to brew up some coffee and take a drive to see all the neighborhood Christmas lights. We even went when my daughter was just 10 days old (hey - time in the car always was restful for her!)

Julie said...

Baking cookies and Christmas eve pajamas!

Thanks for a great giveaway!
Julie

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

Our Hanging of the Greens service at church!

Amy said...

Our favorite traditions are going to a drive-through live nativity, looking at lights, making a countdown chain, and giving cookies out in our neighborhood!

Terry said...

We have a Christmas tradition of decorating the house on the first weekend around December 1st with Christmas music and dogs barking, lol. Nice giveaway.

Kara @ Petals to Picots said...

My favorite tradition has to be decorating the tree :)

Barbara Hiatt said...

My favorite tradition is baking with my kids!

Barbara at Chase the Star

ManaFam said...

I love sitting with my family, on Christmas Eve, to share entries from the past year out of our "gratitude journals". It's a wonderful way to have insight into each members' feelings and thoughts!

nightowl said...

Ours is decorating the tree and singing carols.