Welcome visitors from Homeschool Freebie of the Day. We hope that you enjoy this FREE guide for “Sharing the Christmas Story with Food.”
The Christmas season provides a unique opportunity for us to share our faith with others, and nobody will say no to a story told with good food.
Download our FREE ebook:
Includes a materials list, recipes, and a poem to attach to the gift plate.
I love baking up the treats included in this booklet. Every year I arrange them on colorful plates, wrap them up with cellophane, and tie them with pretty bows. I attach a poem that faithfully communicates the biblical account of Christ’s birth and creatively incorporates the recipes. My kids love to help with the baking, and especially like to deliver the final product to our neighbors.
This project can also be used in a group setting (in which multiple people each contribute one of the recipes).
I pray that this eBook will bless you, as well as your friends and neighbors.
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The book includes nearly 500 pages of intriguing history behind a selection of 20 classic Christmas symbols, 20 stories, and 20 songs (including the text for the stories and words and music for the songs). It is a wonderful resource for the whole family and is sure to be used year after year. Learn more about the Christmas book.
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What Others Are Saying About the Book:
“A thoroughly researched, well documented and delightfully readable book
about the origins of Christmas.”
— Dr. Derek Keenan, V.P. Academic Affairs, Association of Christian Schools International
“A marvelous panoramic view of traditions of Christmas.”
— Albert McIlhenny, Christian Book Reviews.net
“I would almost call Angie Mosteller’s Christmas an encyclopedia on this joyous holiday,so beautifully comprehensive it is, yet it reads like an engaging novel.”
— Dr. Paul Maier, Ph.D., Author of In the Fullness of Time