Christmas Season Faith Discussions For Families 

Christmas Season Faith Discussions For Families 

As parents, we want to have meaningful conversations regarding how our faith informs and guides us through our daily lives. But where do we start? How do we launch into those conversations without feeling awkward or unprepared?

Here are a couple of discussion starter resources geared specifically toward Christmas and the New Year’s holidays that you can use in your homes with your families in order to open the door to discussions about faith, the Gospel, and Jesus. Each set of resources contain a wide variety of activities with step-by-step guides.  Use one or all of them as works best for your family. (Note: We are not giving a wholesale endorsement of every idea or suggestion; as always, we urge parents to be discerning and always sensitive to what is in accord with Scripture.)

All you need to do to get started is to click HERE and HERENOTE: If you are prompted for a password, use myhome2020.

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