4 Christmas Resources for the Busy Woman

Christmas – the season of WONDER and CELEBRATION.

 

We WONDER at the mystery of the incarnation.

 

 

So very often, though, our sense of wonder and our celebration get overshadowed, even snuffed out, by the busyness of the season – gift buying, meal planning, programs, and parties.

 

May this year be different.

 

Below are four brand new resources created for the purpose of helping to slow us down and encourage us to celebrate and enjoy the season of WONDER and CELEBRATION.  I pray that one or two might help you plan, celebrate, and enjoy your Christmas just a bit more.

 

Names of Jesus Scripture Challenge – 30 days of Scripture to help you focus on Jesus this Christmas season.  Use it as a reading plan, Scripture writing plan, or as a help for digging deeper into God’s Word.

 

30 Christmas Traditions for Your Family – Traditions are an important part of a family’s dynamic. Is it time to reassess your family’s Christmas traditions? Might it be time to institute a new one or two or perhaps, even, to discard a few that simply have no meaning for your family but add to your busy schedules?

 

Ideas for Loving on Your Spouse through the Christmas Season – Christmas can be such a busy time, especially for women, and it’s often those who are closest to us that tend to feel neglected or overlooked. In this resource you will find a few ideas for making sure your husband feels loved and appreciated even through the busiest of seasons.

 

Christmas Journaling Prompts – For the journaler, the reflector, the processor of thoughts – 31 journaling prompts to aid in the recording of and reflecting upon of this Christmas season.

 

May your Christmas season be filled with WONDER and CELEBRATION.

 

soli deo gloria,

12 comments on “4 Christmas Resources for the Busy Woman

  1. Thank you for sharing these resources, Deborah! I will be sharing on social media. Thanks for linking up with Grace and Truth this week.

    • Thank you for stopping by today, Aimee, and for sharing the resources. May someone be blessed by using one or more of them.

  2. Thank you for the resources! I’m going to check them out!
    #SittingAmongFriends

  3. I really like the names of Jesus scripture challenge. The many names are wonderful to study and learn.

    • Sherry, Studying His names is one of my favorite things to do. May you be blessed this Christmas as you spend time with the names of Jesus.

  4. I love this, Deborah! Thank you so much!! I printed off the journal prompts and look forward to slowing down with them as I turn my heart toward Jesus. Blessings!!

    • Deb, May we all slow down this Christmas season. I’m so excited that you printed off the journal prompts. I’d love to hear how it goes. soli deo gloria!

  5. Deborah, I feel as if you have written this post for my own encouragement. There it is — just a sweet little list of help and truth.
    Thank you!

  6. Thanks for sharing these resources. It is easy to get caught up in the busyness of the season and to lose sight of the point of it all. I like the names of Jesus Scripture challenge and definitely want to work through that! Visiting from #HeartEncouragementThursday

    • So glad you found the resources helpful, Lesley. I would love to hear from you as you work through the Names of Jesus Scripture Challenge. Thank you for stopping by today.

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