Enjoy these Advent devotions hightlighting this time of anticipation, hope and celebration. There are 28 devotions for Advent, and 12 for the days of Christmas.
With your family, learn about the good news of Jesus coming to save us. While this book has the Christmas narrative, it goes beyond just that time to give us God's bigger story for redemption.
By interviewing Bible scholars and researching archaelogical findings investigating messianic prophecy, Lee Strobel searches out, and finds, the true identity of baby Jesus in the manger.
Enjoy 12 traditional Christmas carols, with accompanying Bible stories and devotionals, as you celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.
Speical music is everywhere at Christmas. Discover four songs that were sung by people at the first Christmas.
God keeps His promise to His people to send us a new king. This king would be different, and rescues us from our sinful condition.
This Advent devotional uses different sets of questions for 3-4s, 5-7s, 7-12s, teens and even parents, so the whole family can enjoy looking at the Bible together.
This book is an anthology of 22 contemporary and classic Bible teachers' thoughts on Advent. Learn from Luther, Spurgeon, and Augustine, as well as Piper, Alcorn, MacArthur, Schaeffer, and Sproul.
Todd Wilson wrote this Christmas book to help his kids learn about Christmas in a unique way. This is a Christmas story that takes longer than five minutes to read, doesn't confuse the truth with a tale, and points kids to the Savior.
Reflect and prepare for Advent with 25 brief readings by John Piper. Mark the coming of Immanuel, God with us.
"Devotions for Christmas" helps you spend quiet time reflecting on the true reason for Christmas during the busy holiday season.
The joy and peace often spoken of and sung about at Christmas lasts throughout the year and into all eternity. Matt Chandler uses humorous and honest words to help us stop and reflect on God and His relationship with us.
Spend some quiet time with young children during the Advent season to teach them the true meaning of Christmas. Scripture, questions, stories and activities help families celebrate the coming of Christmas.
This 31-day Advent devotional shines new light on the ancient yet inspiring songs of Elizabeth, Mary, Zechariah, the angels, and Simeon.
Our gift-giving traditions give us a glimpse of the greatest gift of life He gave us through Jesus. John 3:16 "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life."
"There are only two places where the powerful and great in this world lose their courage, tremble in the depths of their souls, and become truly afraid. These are the manger and the cross of Jesus Christ."
These twenty-five short devotional readings from John Piper help you keep Christ at the center of the Advent season.
Even non-believers think they are familiar with the Christmas story. Baby Jesus lying in a manger and songs about shepherds and angels fill our senses during the Christmas season. Hear the message of hope and salvation in the Biblical account of Jesus' birth.
With four weeks for Advent and two weeks for Christmas, take a look at this six week devotional looking at the names of God. "Immanuel" offers a daily time of prayer, reflection and Bible study.
As you prepare for this season, use "A Jesus Christmas" to learn that right from the beginning, God told us his amazing plan to send Jesus.
"Keeping Holiday" is written in the tradition of "Pilgrims Progress", but is focused around the origins of Christmas and how a person can come to faith in Christ. It is appropriate for families to read together, and is fitting for elementary-aged children and older.
Children ages 4-8 and their parents will enjoy this story of this Christmas candy during Advent. Learn how this candy represents different aspects of Jesus birth.
"Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room" provides daily devotions for the month of December, and includes explainations of hard-to-decipher Christmas carols and covers other strong discussion points glanced over as a part of this season.
Perfect for Advent and Lent, this eight-session study guide explores some of the key passages in the Old Testament about the Messiah and their completion in the life and saving work of Jesus.
"The One True Gift" looks at Philippians 2 to show us the bigger picture of why Jesus came to earth. Learn the gospel message in light of the holiday of Christmas.
A children's Christmas book about Gigi, a girl who is the princess of her family, and expects a crown for Christmas.
This Advent season, look at prophecies in the Bible and how God fulfills them in Jesus Christ.
This twenty-four day Advent devotional is great for families of all ages. Using Scripture and activities, it starts at the creation of the world in the book of Genesis and ends by looking forward to the new creation in the book of Revelation.
Daily Scripture readings, activities, and devotions help your family actively engage in this great Christmas resource. This book is beautifully illustrated and features downloadable ornaments.
"The Way to the Manger" includes 25 Advent devotions filled with the biblical truth of Christmas. Focus your Christmas on Jesus in your family time together.
Structured around traditional Advent themes, these reflections will encourage your heart in this season of celebrating Christ's first coming, and longing for his second.
This 13-inch 3D pop-up book features a Christmas tree with 25 Christmas tree ornaments to hang each day of December. A simple devotional book accompanies each of the 25 ornaments.
This resource focuses each week of Advent on one of Isaiah’s images and has readings related to the week’s theme―Jesus as the Light, the Branch the Shepherd, the Savior, and the Bread.