Showing posts from November 29, 2015

10 Ways to Keep Christ in Christmas

So many of us can get lost in the hustle and bustle of buying gifts, attending parties, and preparing our homes for family that we forget to keep Christ at the center. We can easily lose sight of the true meaning of Christmas, and before long end up stressed and overwhelmed from the barrage of things to get done before December 25th. It is important to slow down, balance your schedule, and reflect on why this day even exists.
Through my own experience with trying to manage visiting all my relatives, buying a gift for everyone, and preparing my home for family visits; I simply got lost in the busyness of it all. I will share with you 10 tips on how to manage your time and keep the focus of Christmas.
1.Set aside a special time to read with your family the Christmas story in Luke 1:5-56 through 2:1-20. 2.On Christmas Eve, start a tradition of taking family communion together as a way to remember Christ’s death and resurrection. 3.Set up a nativity scene in your home or front yard as a rem…