Last Christmas, we shared these ideas & freebies, but some of you weren’t here. This year, to save you some time, I’m bringing them back in case you missed them.
Ok, so maybe those aren’t the lyrics, but it’s true! (And you already have my heart anyway, kidmin leader.) Here are our top posts and freebies from Last Christmas!
These coloring pages are perfect for the Advent season! With a coloring page and scripture for each weekly theme of Advent + Christmas Day, it’s the perfect add-on resource to use in your ministry this Advent season. Just print, share, and use as time-fillers, early arrivers, as part of Advent Praise Packs, or more! Download the free Advent coloring pages here.
Share this fun and easy printable with the kids in your ministry to see if they can find all of the popular Christmas Carols in this word search! It’s the perfect activity for early arrivers, small groups, time-fillers, and more!
Christmas Eve services can sometimes feel like the Super Bowl of ministry life. But how can we make them memorable while also staying true to our budgets, church traditions, and the real reason for the season? Here are 5 ways to make your Christmas Eve Service Memorable for families.
Give the families in your ministry an easy way to enjoy the holidays together, make memories, and celebrate Christ. Print this Christmas Family Checklist page on cardstock and distribute to the families in your ministry. How many of the Christmas activities can they complete before Christmas Day?
Twas the Season of Advent shares stories from the Old and New Testaments that highlight the promise of Jesus’ birth. Beginning December 1, there are 25 total readings leading up to Christmas Day on December 25. Each reading includes a short devotional, prayer, scripture, and a piece of the lyrical poem written in the well-known style of “Twas the Night Before Christmas.” Learn more about this devotional from Glenys Nellist here.