I love Christmas music, and I especially love to sing with my family. Today, I have a FREE Christmas Songbook that contains sheet music for 20 Christ-honoring songs. I hope that it blesses your family!
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Do you need an idea for a meaningful Christmas gift? Our featured Christmas book (on sale for 50% off!) explores the intriguing history and significance of a wide selection of Christmas symbols, songs and stories. The texts of favorite stories, as well as the words of Christ-honoring songs, are included for reading and singing aloud. Read more…
The second week of Advent begins this Sunday, December 8. It is not too late to join in the process of celebrating Advent. You can still download our FREE Advent Guide if you are interested, or use our Advent Week 2 Reading page. It includes verses for each day of Advent. Though the guide walks you through the lighting of a traditional Advent wreath, you can keep it simple and use whatever candles you have in the house (see our Advent Wreaths and Candles page for ideas). Or, just read the Scripture and sing the song provided below.
Advent begins this Sunday, December 1. Historically, it is a time for Christians to prepare their hearts for the coming of Christmas. You can learn more about Advent on our History of Advent page.
It is so easy to lose focus on the Lord during this season in our culture. For that reason, my family and I are intentional about reading Scripture every night before dinner, as well as lighting candles on an Advent wreath. This has been a special tradition for our family for many years, and I am happy to share this FREE Advent Guide with you.
I finally completed our Thanksgiving History pages! I was so encouraged to learn how our nation, throughout history, has recognized the need to give thanks to God, the giver of all good things — from the Pilgrims to our highest national leaders. I hope that you will be moved, as I was, by these stories.
Various Protestant churches celebrate Reformation Day on October 31st. Though it may seem like a coincidence that the day is the same as Halloween, there is actually an intimate connection between the two holidays. See my article at Crosswalk.com for more. I would love for you to join the discussion.