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Day 9 of 👗 Dressember 👗⁣ ⁣ "Rights are either God-given as part of the divine plan, or they are granted by government as part of the political plan. If we accept the premise that human rights are granted by government, then we must be willing to accept the corollary that they can be denied by government."⁣ ⁣ ~Ezra Taft Benson~ This quote had me thinking what great responsibility that we as Christ followers have in promoting human rights. Because of God, and being created in His image, we have value above all else in creation. If we only evolved, we are no more valuable than the soil our earthly bodies will one day become. Christ is always the reason. If you know the Reason, you also have the responsibility. Your thoughts?
“Why not have joy filled in our hearts, and lives, and homes, and families and churches....We have a joy that can transform any life.” -PB Luke 2:13-16 And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying: “Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace, goodwill toward men!” So it was, when the angels had gone away from them into heaven, that the shepherds said to one another, “Let us now go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has come to pass, which the Lord has made known to us.” And they came with haste and found Mary and Joseph, and the Babe lying in a manger. #firstbossier #bradjurkovich #mybestchristmas #bible #jesus #livingonmission #Christmas
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You are His.  You are #chosen .  You have been created for a purpose.  You are called into a #royal priesthood.  You have been uniquely positioned to carry out the call that God has given you.  Do you believe it? Are you #livingonmission#livingintheand   #gatheranddwell @hopefellowshipchurch
Day 8 of 👗 Dressember 👗⁣ ⁣ "Money won't create success, the freedom to make it will."⁣ ⁣ -Nelson Mandela-⁣ ⁣ Help my efforts to give the exploited women of the Domincan Republic a chance to create a successful life with dignity. ⁣ ⁣ Donate a tax deductible donation at the link in my profile ❤
this kid. his heart makes mine burst. after playing in the north pole (aka diy cardboard christmas fort) I saw him sitting at the kitchen table. when I asked what he was doing and if he wanted to go play before bed or watch the christmas movie that I had just put on for our “fun night-in”. his response, “I’m making cards for people that aren’t going to get anything for christmas because maybe this will make them smile.” no argument. we sat at the table wayyyy past bedtime to ensure every one was done. . does fostering affect your bio children? yes. is it challenging? yes. but to see their little hearts grow and their perspectives stretch further beyond themselves is by far more rewarding than we could ask for. . . #stretching #adaywithlane #fosterlove #fostercare #livingonmission #raisingdisciples #makinganimpact
Jonas and Chris are napping and I'm cuddled up under this cozy blanket, knitting and watching sappy Christmas movies on Netflix. I'm gonna miss the peace and quiet of airbnb when we leave tomorrow. #knitting #knit #knittersofinstagram #knittingaddict #yarnonamission #handsandfeetofjesus #livingonmission #lovelikejesus
Wow, what a fun, and surprisingly wonderful turnout of 18 ideas for Agape Moms’ “How to Keep Christ at the Center of Christmas Inspiration Blitz!” THANK YOU to all the wonderful mamas who contributed ideas, they are all compiled here on the blog now! When I first started this idea on a whim, I thought maybe we would get a handful of submissions, but it was truly inspiring to collect so many special and treasured ideas from everyday moms just like you. Our prayer is that we’ve inspired each other’s families to adopt some new traditions that will be fun and that will help our kids to truly treasure Christ, not just during the holiday season, but every day of the year. Merry Christmas from Agape Moms! (And it’s not too late to do some of these amazing ideas!) https://www.agapemoms.online/the-agape-moms-blog/2018/12/4/how-to-keep-christ-at-the-center-of-christmas-a-group-compilation- (Link in profile)
Day 7 of 👗 Dressember 👗⁣ ⁣ We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all [humans] are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.⁣ ⁣ Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776, drafted by Thomas Jefferson⁣ ⁣ Join me on this endeavour to bring Life, Liberty, and the chance to pursue Happiness to the exploited women of the Dominican Republic 🇩🇴⁣ ⁣ Link in profile ❤⁣ ⁣
We are citizens of the Kingdom, an instrument, showing and sharing the love of Jesus in the midst of a broken and hurting world. @edstetzer • • • #LivingOnMission #ChristmasAtSaddleback #SaddlebackGlobalPEACE #SaddlebackLocalPEACE #DiscoveringMyLifeMission #SaddlebackChurch
#Repost @fachurchde #delaware ・・・ There will be more than a few extra smiles on kids’ faces this Christmas in the city of Wilmington...because look at all those Christmas gifts you’ve donated! Way to go, FAC family! 👏 You truly are a loving family reaching out in mercy together this Christmas 🎄 - - - #livingonmission #instachurch #churchesofinstagram #smallchurch #localchurch #holidayoutreach
😍 this man. He is lit up. Bringing the word powerfully. Running to speak at a local school’s graduation. Coming back here to attend our Band of Brothers/Sisters promotion ceremony. Then we will run the kids home. Grab some dinner and then come back for the secondary Christmas concert. And I’m sure those aren’t the only things on his to do list today. . . Seeing him in his zone makes my heart flutter. I love that we get to be on mission together. Such a gift- we don’t take it for granted. . . //Married? What do you and your spouse do together outside the home? Single? What things in your life make you feel alive?// #marriage #livingonmission #missional #internationalschool #heritageinternationalschoolug #chaplainlife #lovemyman #preachingthegospel #advent2018
Day 6 of 👗 Dressember 👗 ⁣ ⁣ "Live simply so that others may simply live" ~Mahatma Ghandhi~⁣ ⁣ Today wasn't fancy. Just a simple summer dress over leggings and a sweater to keep warm. Simple is nice. Simple may be necessary... at least in my life. It's a battle, this time of year especially. So many advertisements for beautiful things. So many homes decorated so elegantly. And yet, my God has called me to live simply... Not lacking, just simply. ⁣ ⁣ My quiet time today was in Philippians 2, verses 14-18. Paul is asking the believers in Philippi to live a life that is different, one that stands out as a light to the world around us. Paul didn't just throw words around, his life demonstrated how to live out those same words. As the Puritan, Thomas Brooks, stated⁣ ⁣ "Example is the most powerful rhetoric"⁣ ⁣ If I want to bring liberty and healing to those who need it, I myself need to live as one who is free also. Not one who is enslaved to the rat race of more. But rather, one who is free to live the abundant life that Christ has already given me, finding satisfaction in Him instead of the things He has blessed me with (or I wish He would blessed me with). ⁣ ⁣ Contemplating that and asking God to satisfy my heart, and give me wisdom on how to live the simple life that He has convicted me to live.⁣ ⁣ What is God asking you to do?
Appreciating the little things on The way back home tonight 🥰 •• #livingonmission
New journey official begins for the #wilcherfam dec 18. 😬 right now things are a crazy train with the holiday season and moving and selling ALL the things. We are also #disneybound December 19. We are very excited to see where God leads in this new chapter. #tinyliving #livingonmission #breathingroom
Day 5 of the 👗 Dressember 👗 Challenge!⁣ ⁣ "Enslave the liberty of but one human being and the liberties of the world are put in peril."⁣ ⁣ ~William Lloyd Garrison~, abolitionist⁣ ⁣ Isn't this statement so true? I live in a country that has abundant liberty; so much freedom. Yet, the riots, marches, demonstrations, and protests have an underlying feeling that we know something is not right. Standing up for those who don't have a voice will help solidify the rights and privileges that I already have. Human rights are for ALL humans. If one person isn't granted those rights, we're all in danger of losing them.⁣ ⁣ 📖 Mark 12:29-31 The Message Version⁣ Jesus said, “The first in importance is, ‘Listen, Israel: The Lord your God is one; so love the Lord God with all your passion and prayer and intelligence and energy.’ And here is the second: ‘Love others as well as you love yourself.”⁣ ⁣ ❤You can support my efforts in bringing dignity to exploited women in the Dominican Republic 🇩🇴 by donating at the link in my profile❤⁣ ⁣
There will be more than a few extra smiles on kids’ faces this Christmas in the city of Wilmington...because look at all those Christmas gifts you’ve donated! Way to go, FAC family! 👏 You truly are a loving family reaching out in mercy together this Christmas 🎄 - - - #livingonmission #instachurch #churchesofinstagram #smallchurch #localchurch #holidayoutreach
Agape Moms’ #gospelcenteredresource this week is “One Thousand Gifts” by Ann Voskamp, recommended by our guest blogger, Lauren Smith, who talks about finding joy in the face of fear in the journey of her daughter’s medical challenges. Check out her story if you missed it yesterday! 🌿From the inside cover: “What it means to be … deeply human … deeply spiritual … deeply and authentically fulfilled Like most listeners, Ann Voskamp hungers to live her one life well. Forget the bucket lists about once-in-a-lifetime experiences. “How,” Voskamp wondered, “do we find joy in the midst of deadlines, debt, drama, and daily duties? What does a life of gratitude look like when your days are gritty, long, and sometimes dark? What is God providing here and now?” 🌿A beautifully practical guide to living a life of joy, One Thousand Gifts invites you to wake up to God’s everyday blessings. As Voskamp discovered, in giving thanks for the life she already had, she found the life she’d always wanted. Following Voskamp’s grace-bathed reflections on her farming, parenting, and writing life, you will embark on a transformative spiritual discipline of chronicling gifts. Along the way, you will discover a way of seeing that opens your eyes to gratitude, a way of living so you are not afraid to die, and a way of becoming present to God’s presence that brings deep and lasting happiness.”
I don't usually like purple but this fig is kinda 😍 Also, get this gorgeous pattern from Hickory Lane Handmade. It's my new fave, I can't stop making them. #knit #knittersofinstagram #knitting #knittingaddict #yarnonamission #handsandfeetofjesus #livingonmission #craftymama #makersgonnamake #etsyseller #etsyshop #hat #knitknitknit #knitted #knitters #knithats shop link in bio 💓
Day 4 of 👗Dressember👗⁣ ⁣ Galatians 5:13 ⁣ ⁣ "It is absolutely clear that God has called you to a free life. Just make sure that you don't use this freedom as an excuse to do whatever you want to do and destroy your freedom. Rather, use your freedom to serve one another in love; that's how freedom grows."⁣ ⁣ This Christmas, will you join me in sharing the freedom that Christ offers us with others? You can donate a tax-deductible gift at the link in my profile❤⁣ ⁣ "You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know."⁣ ~William Wilberforce~⁣
Today on the Agape Moms Blog, Lauren Smith (@laurenasmith08 ) shares her story of finding joy in the face of fear as she’s navigated her daughter’s medical condition from birth. We pray she encourages us all to run to Jesus’ perfect love in our fears, to believe in the power of prayer, and to also be rooted in a family of God that can support you through the highs and lows of life. ❤️ “Fear…its a feeling we all experience at varying degrees from childhood to adulthood. From monsters we thought were lurking under our beds to the what ifs we question over and over as grownups: Fear strikes us all. Moms, I know you’ll agree with me, fear is taken to a new level as we enter and then experience motherhood. There’s nothing quite like it. When my daughter, Waverly, was born we noticed a quite large red mark that extended from part of her little tush up to her right hip...” Hop over to the blog to read more! 👇🏼 (Link in profile) https://www.agapemoms.online/the-agape-moms-blog/2018/12/4/finding-joy-in-the-face-of-fear
This stack of lovelies is being wrapped up and will be shipped to their new homes tomorrow. Two more orders to process and I'll be caught up from the weekend. Whew! 💓 #knit #knittersofinstagram #knittingaddict #yarnonamission #handsandfeetofjesus #livingonmission #crochet #crocheting #craftymama #supportlocalmission
Day 3 of 👗Dressember👗⁣ ⁣ "Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world."⁣ - Harriet Tubman, abolitionist, former slave⁣ ⁣ ...just doing my country thing, in a little country setting of the valley, getting my earthing time in for the day, while wearing my skirt for the Dressember Challenge, dreaming of a time when all humankind is treated with dignity and respect ❤ ⁣ ⁣ Feeling led to support my efforts in bringing dignity to women in the Dominican Republic? Link is in my profile ❤
🌿Struggling with worry is one thing before you have kids, but once these fears involve our children, it’s enough to push us over the edge and really bring us to our knees. A dear Agape Mama, Lauren Smith (@laurenasmith08 ) will be sharing her journey with her daughter’s medical challenges and God’s faithfulness with us tomorrow on the Agape Moms Blog that you won’t want to miss! 🌿Whatever you’re facing this week, take it straight to the Lord. When the lack of control, the lies and the weight of it all overwhelms you, recite God’s Word to yourself and allow His truth to anchor your heart despite whatever other things seem louder or truer. 🌿One of my go-to passages that I’ve committed to memory is Phil. 4. When the fear is crippling and I’m in the unknown, the “peace that surpasses all understanding {has surely} guarded my heart and mind in Christ Jesus!” 🌿If you’ve never memorized scripture or are looking for something to help combat anxiety, this verse is a great place to start. Save a scripture you want to memorize as your lock screen on your phone and repeat it often. God’s word is our weapon to combat lies and root our hearts in truth, so don’t forget to use it! #mondaymotivation
Mondays have always been my "day off" until the evening. A day to take it slow, do housework in my pjs, and get things organized for the week, maybe while wearing a mud mask, listening to favorite podcasts, or dancing to my fav music- relax, refresh, rejuvenate. You know... self time.⁣ ⁣ Last week, I did something different. 6 other ladies and I went down to Baltimore and worked for the day at the Operation Christmas Child Processing Center. We prayed over the boxes as we prepped them for shipment. Our energy was emptied, but our hearts were filled. The boxes we processed were being sent to Honduras 🇭🇳 Serving God is so much more fulfilling than serving self.
O U T R E A C H | Help us reach out in mercy this Christmas with the Sunday Breakfast Mission. All donations of gifts for their Christmas Shop are due by this Wednesday, December 5. For more details, visit our website under the “Outreach” tab (link in bio). - - - #livingonmission #instachurch #churchesofinstagram #smallchurch #localchurch #holidayoutreach
It makes me super happy to be packing up the purchases from this weekend and to know you all helped me raise over $200 for local mission in 24 hours. I'm humbled by the support and can't wait to see how much more good can be done for this mission team. Link to shop in bio. #knit #knitting #knittersofinstagram #knittingaddict #yarnonamission #handsandfeetofjesus #livingonmission #yarn
Today I was #baptized in Jesus Christ!! I’m am so thankful and grateful for the sacrifice He made for me, cleansing me of my sin and bringing me new life!!! . . “For we died and were buried with Christ by baptism. And just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glorious power of the Father, now we also may live new lives.” ‭‭Romans‬ ‭6:4‬ ‭ . . . . #healthcare #livingonmission #missionwork #newnurse #nursingschool #nursingstudent #studentnurse #nursingschoolproblems #rnschool #ICU #scrublife #nursing #nurse #clinic #CNA #LPN #LVN #RN #APRN #nurselife #nightnurse #lifeofanurse
G I V E | Even though they grew up in the same home town, Kenny and Karissa Young hadn’t met until God brought them together at a short-term missions trip in Germany and they began to realize the common call God had placed on their lives (You can see the video of their story on our Facebook page). When you give to the Alliance Year-End Offering, you are helping establish #cmalliance workers like the Youngs and dozens of other new workers among those God is drawing to Himself. Give today at https://bit.ly/2EILiez - - - #livingonmission #instachurch #churchesofinstagram #smallchurch #localchurch #give #yearendgiving #missions
Agape Mom’s BONUS 18th and FINAL idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is “Giving Advent.” Listen to Lisa Schaefer @runluvlisa share her heart on this new tradition this year 👇🏼 🎁Ever since my first child was born I realized how much stuff children received from everyone and everywhere. Some of their stuff is necessity but a lot of it is not. As my children get older they get even more stuff. At school they will come home with prizes for every reason known to man. You were good in school this week? Here’s a prize. You got good grades? Here’s a prize. We go out to eat and their meal comes with a prize. The list could go on. Prizes make great incentives to teach children when they are younger, but as my children get older I find that they have become entitled in their thinking. 🎁As we come to the season of Advent, we’ve had the tradition of a countdown to Christmas with a little goodie hidden behind each door. It’s a fun way to get the kids excited that Christmas is coming. But I’ve been thinking lately that I’d really like to find another way to impress on my kids that receiving gifts really isn’t the reason for the season. My kids know that Jesus’ birth is the real reason for the season, but I also want to give them a tangible lesson that gives them a better understanding of what Christ’s life looked like. 🎁For the last 5 years we’ve had each of our children fill a box for children in need through Operation Christmas Child. We will continue with this tradition, but I’ve been feeling like I’d like to take it a step further. My kids get to pick out the gifts they put into the boxes, but we as parents are buying the gifts. It’s a great first step in teaching my kids how to give, but I wanted to take it to the next level by making it come directly from them. 🎁This year I’ve decided to start a new “Giving Advent” tradition. I gathered my kids and we talked about how blessed we are. Each day in December they will choose a toy or item from their room that is still in really good condition and they will be giving it to another child who may not have much. We’ll also be studying a Bible verse each day that talks about giving. (Cont. below)
Lots of new items in the shop as of tomorrow morning. 100% of profit goes to supporting a team from Grace Fellowship (Pickerington, Ohio) go on medical mission to Haiti. Shop local, do some good in this world. 💓 #handsandfeetofjesus #livingonmission #knit #knittersofinstagram #knitting #knittingaddict #yarnonamission
Agape Mom’s 17th and FINAL idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is reading the Christmas story from Luke 2 around the tree. 🎄Pair the reading each year with hot coco, candy, Christmas jammies, or something to look forward to. Whether you only read it one special time, multiple times in December, before you open gifts on Christmas morning, or before bed on Christmas Eve, this is an easy tradition to adopt that will help kiddos grasp the reason for the season!🎄 🌟🌟THANK YOU to all the wonderful mamas who contributed ideas to our how to keep #ChristatthecenterofChristmas inspiration blitz! We’ve finished just in time for December to arrive tomorrow, and our prayer is that we have all inspired each other with new ideas! I will be compiling all of them into one blog post, which will be a great resource in years to come, and one we can keep adding to, thanks to YOU! 🌟🌟 And finally, a little more about who I am and Agape Mom’s mission, 🤗 swipe for our family Christmas pic. Merry Christmas from my family to yours 😘❤️🎄❤️ 💫Laura is the founder of Agape Moms and is married to her Bible-college sweetheart of almost 10 years, has three kiddos, and is a self-professed "hotmess rescued by Jesus." Her passion is seeing lives continually transformed by the gospel. Jesus radically transformed her life in high school, and sent her on a wild ride of loving God and others ever since. This fall, she took the vision that God gave her for her local Agape Moms and put it into website form. Her mission here is equipping moms to make disciples in everyday, messy mom-life through a community driven blog and training to start your own local Agape Moms missional community. 💫
Agape Mom’s 15th idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is big prayers and small acts of love. Ann Dunagan @anndunagan gives us some very simple and practical ways to spread the love of Jesus during the holidays. 🎄Christmas is one of the easiest times of the year to be a strong witness for Jesus. When anyone says, “Happy Holidays,” encourage your children to be bold and friendly as you respond with a cheerful “Merry Christmas!” or “Jesus Loves You!” Don’t be afraid to invite people to your church or a special Christ-centered event, or to join you for a cup of coffee! 🎄Pray specifically for your neighbors, and perhaps deliver Christmas cookies with hand-written cards or loving notes about God’s salvation. Visit elderly people in a nursing home and sing God-glorifying Christmas carols and talk to these precious people about the Lord. Specifically pray for relatives who need Jesus and maybe plan a little Christmas Eve “skit” performed by your sweet non-threatening kids, to clearly share the real salvation reason for Christ’s coming to earth! 💫Ann Dunagan is a mom of 7, author, speaker and mission mobilizer (her family has shared the love of Jesus in over 100 nations and cares for over 1000 orphan children). Her books include The Mission-Minded Family (for parents), and The Whole World Needs Jesus (for kids). 💫 🎄❤️ ✝️Join our LAST DAY of our inspiration blitz as we encourage each other with new ideas! How do you keep Christ at the center of Christmas? Message us and we’ll add you to our post thread and blog post compilation at the end for #christatthecenterofchristmas 🌟
Agape Mom’s 14th idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is to write a Christmas after-action report to yourself! I’ve borrowing this idea from Leigh-Ann Reid and it has helped me so much! Read her thoughts below👇🏼 📝At the beginning of every new year, before closing up the last bin of Christmas decorations, I sit down and write myself a letter I have appropriately titled the “Christmas After-Action Report.” The intent it so meditate on how things went for us during the Christmas season. It’s a spiritual, emotional and logistical recounting of how I’m feeling after all the presents have been opened, the nativities put away, and the lights taken down. 📝What were the big takeaways? What is weighing on my heart as I look back? Do I feel like we adequately meditated as a family on the birth of our Savior? Did we spend too much money? Did we try new things that didn’t work? Did we skip something that I really wish we had done? Common themes of past letters have been: 📝Gratitude in having my family together after having a deployed husband the year prior. (How easy it is to take basic togetherness for granted!) 📝Kids outgrowing activities or devotionals that we used to really enjoy but that they have moved on from...time to start looking for something new for next year! 📝Areas where I felt completely stressed out in the moment, but which inevitably, when it was all said and done, were unimportant. (Having a spotless house for pop-in guests comes to mind. Over-buying Christmas gifts. Spending money that ultimately could have been saved without making much difference. Cramming in Christmas outings that inevitably made my family feel worn-out, rather than just enjoying quiet evenings at home over advent discussions). 📝What did we do Christmas Eve that everyone raved about or didn’t like? Christmas morning? Did a friend share a great Christmas casserole recipe that I don’t want to forget about next year? 📝I put the letter on top of a box of ornaments or decor that I know will be one of the first I’ll pull out the following Thanksgiving eve. Sitting down to read last year’s letter recalibrates me before any chaos even begins. Cont👇🏼
Agape Mom’s 13th idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is filling shoeboxes with Operation Christmas Child! Linda Miller shares her passion for this ministry with us below.👇🏼 🎁For years I struggled with: "what was my purpose here, in life??” How did God want to use me, to show others who He is? 👫CHILDREN!! I love being with children and 10 years ago I was given the opportunity to teach in Children's Church & tell them who Jesus is and how much He loves them! 🎁Three years ago, I was given another opportunity to work with children! Our church became a Drop Off Depot for #operationchristmaschild Child. OCC is a ministry of Samaritan's Purse, that serves children all over the world, who don't know Jesus! 🎁Shoeboxes are filled with hygiene items, school supplies & toys & given to children who have never before been the recipient of a gift! They are then given the opportunity to learn about Jesus... but I believe the greatest gift they received in learning the "love of Jesus,” was through a gift, from a stranger, in another country! ❤️✝️This is a great way to keep Christ in Christmas!✝️❤️ Learn more on their website: https://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/ 💫Linda Miller is a wife, mother of 5 grown children( 4 sons & 1 daughter) & "grandma" to 12 grandchildren. 💫 🎄❤️ ✝️Join our LAST DAY of our inspiration blitz as we encourage each other with new ideas! How do you keep Christ at the center of Christmas? Message us and we’ll add you to our post thread and blog post compilation at the end for #christatthecenterofchristmas 🌟
Agape Mom’s 12th idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is gifting a practical need through Compassion International. 🎁Our family has enjoyed this tradition for multiple reasons. Just like many of you, we are trying to push back against the entitlement and materialism of America, and we are trying to instill compassion in the hearts of our children, opening their eyes to see that there are children who have very different needs and Christmas lists than we do. 👫 🐓 Allowing our kids to help pick out a gift 🐐 from the very extensive catalog on the Compassion Int. website, from goats, cows and chickens to education, Bibles and bikes, it is a very tangible way to involve them in the joy of giving. Compassion Int. is also a trusted, gospel-centered organization that is safe and worthwhile to give to and partner with. 🐄 After my kids choose their gift, I wrap a visual reminder and put it under the tree for the kids to open on Christmas morning so that they can remember their gift and have the chance to stop and pray for the recipient. (I’m holding a goat stuffed animal in this pic.) I love the contrast this moment is to the Christmas wrapping mess you see behind us, inviting my kids to think beyond themselves, and to give out of the abundance that Christ gives to us, both spiritually and materially. ✝️We don’t give to make ourselves feel good, we give out of compassion, and out of the overflow of the love that Christ has so freely lavished on us. I pray my kids will look forward to this act of love more and more each year! This year they’ve chosen to give chickens 🐓 ❤️There are others ways to do this besides through Compassion, and I’d love to hear of more that specifically link these gifts back to the gospel. 💫 👉🏼Link to the Compassion Charitable gift catalog below: 👇🏼 https://www.compassion.com/charitable-gift-catalog.htm 🎄❤️ ✝️Join our LAST DAY of our inspiration blitz as we encourage each other with new ideas! How do you keep Christ at the center of Christmas? Message us and we’ll add you to our post thread and blog post compilation at the end for #christatthecenterofchristmas 🌟
Agape Mom’s 11th idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is making your own DIY Felt Jesse Tree and using the Jesus Storybook Bible leading up to Christ’s Birth! Thank you Tyler Carris @tylercarris for sharing this idea with us 😍 🌟EDIT WITH DETAILS: The Christmas that my oldest daughter was two and my youngest daughter was brand new, I wanted to start an Advent tradition for our family as a way to keep our focus on Jesus during the holiday season. A friend of mine mentioned the tradition of a Jesse Tree, which tells the story of the Bible through ornaments from creation to the birth of Christ, and I loved the idea. I wanted to make it as accessible as possible for little ones. It just so happened that I had already made a little felt tree with felt ornaments for my daughter to play with (in a failed attempt to distract her from destroying the actual Christmas tree), so I merged the two ideas. As I was making the Jesse Tree ornaments and thinking about the stories they represented, I realized that our favorite children’s Bible, The Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones lined up with this concept almost perfectly. There are 24 chapters from the beginning of the book through the story of the wise men visiting the Christ child, which is perfect for reading one story a night from December 1st to Christmas Eve. The ornaments are nothing fancy – just felt and hot glue in simple shapes. I tried to choose an object that would best represent each story, but also wouldn’t be too complicated to make. It’s amazing how, even as young as two years old, children can learn to associate each ornament with its specific story. And of course they love being able to put a new ornament on the tree each night, all by themselves. I love walking through the Bible with my family in this way. It’s a sweet tradition that I know will only grow sweeter each year as I watch my children grow in their understanding of the true meaning of Christmas. (More details in comments)
“A Taste of Christmas,” our upcoming dinner concert on December 15, will feature the culinary creations of Chefs Erick Adams and Chris Buonopane. You won’t want to miss what they’re cooking up for us! Your choice of chicken and salmon is on the menu, but there will be plenty more in store. Purchase your ticket today at http://firstalliancede.com/a-taste-of-christmas 🎄 - - - #firstalliancechurch #hockessin #delaware #livingonmission #instachurch #churchesofinstagram #smallchurch #localchurch #christmas #holidaydinner #netde #igdelaware #de365
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Agape Mom’s 10th idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is Gospel Centered Parenting @gcparenting ’s handcrafted Jesse Tree ornaments that pull their Advent reading from the Jesus Story Book Bible by Sally Lloyd Jones. I can’t think of a greater gift 🎁 to give my kids under the tree this year then this gorgeous set of advent ornaments to treasure for years to come, helping us to see the grand story of God with Jesus as the hero, discovering Jesus on every page, in every story and application in the Bible. If you already own the Jesus Storybook Bible and need some durable, handcrafted, wooden Jesse Tree ornaments, order from our friends, and be sure to use our partner link👇🏼 (link in profile as well.) https://www.agapemoms.online/the-agape-moms-blog/2018/10/12/jesse-tree 🎄❤️ ✝️Join our inspiration blitz as we encourage each other with new ideas! How do you keep Christ at the center of Christmas? Message us and we’ll add you to our post thread and blog post compilation at the end for #christatthecenterofchristmas 🌟
Agape Mom’s 9th idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is The Wonder of The Greatest Gift by Ann Voskamp, an awesome Jesse Tree and Advent resource. Listen to Caroline Nelson @cenelson08 ’s story of introducing this new tradition in her family last year and how much they loved it! 👇🏼 🎁Christmas has always been my favorite holiday to celebrate, and now that I have my own family and I’m married to Buddy the Elf 😂, we knew we had to stop over doing it! The Wonder of the Greatest Gift book and our advent calendar with the nativity scene was an easy way to help us bring it all back to Jesus! 🎁The Wonder of the Greatest Gift book is such a easy way to keep Jesus the main focus. The book comes with everything you need, the tree pops up and the ornaments are ready to be hung. We read the daily devotional every night at dinner so everyone can be a part of it, along with hanging the ornament. 🎁This book is beautifully written and illustrated. It recaptures the sacredness of the Advent season and it helps the entire family understand and celebrate the epic pageantry of humankind from Adam to the Messiah. It continues to point you to the birth of Jesus and that his birth is just as important as his death and resurrection. 🎁Adding the candy advent calendar with the nativity scene was just a another way to keep the fun going! Who doesn’t love some candy?! It helps the kids to visually countdown to the special day while keeping the main focus right on top with the nativity scene. The nativity candy advent is just another intentional way of showing them that it’s always about Jesus, and that his gift of life is why we continue to celebrate and give each other gifts because Jesus gave us the ultimate gift of his life. 💫Hi, I’m Caroline Nelson and I’m a mama of three wonderful, crazy kids, ages 6, 4, and 2. I’m a stay-at- home, homeschooling mama who makes it through the day with Jesus first, and Dr. Pepper most! 😂 💫 🎄❤️ ✝️Join our inspiration blitz as we encourage each other with new ideas! How do you keep Christ at the center of Christmas? Message us and we’ll add you to our post thread and blog post compilation at the end. 🌟
Our 8th idea💡to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is the Jesse Tree and Advent wreath. Listen to Sara Stainbrook @sstainbrook share about her rich family legacy of faith.👇🏼 🎄I was blessed to grow up in a home with numerous Advent traditions that revolved around the anticipation and excitement of Jesus’ birth. As an adult, the struggle has been choosing my favorites and consistently doing them while wrangling 3 kids 4 and under! Two traditions that have been a constant for me are The Jesse Tree and The Advent Wreath. 🎄The Jesse Tree is a daily devotional that begins with creation and moves through the Old Testament highlighting pivotal stories and ends with Christ’s birth. Each devo has a scripture and ornament to bring the story to life for littles. Everyday during the month of Dec. our family sits down, reads the devo/scripture, and then takes turns hanging the ornament each day (and yes, our kids fight over the honor of hanging the ornament 🙄). This is an excellent tradition for all ages, a gift that my family has shared with many, and also seen adults come to know Bible stories and Christ better through this. 🎄Weekly, we also light the candles on our Advent Wreath, which is a tradition in the liturgical church. There are 4 candles for each Sunday of Advent: the prophecy candle, Bethlehem, Shepherd, and Angel candle. There can also be a fifth in the middle called the Christ candle. Growing up we also sang a song called ‘Light the Advent Candle’ as we would light it. On the first Sunday you light the first candle, on the second you light the first and second, and so on and so forth. The candles represent the light of Christ coming into the darkness of the world. The wreath sits in the middle of our table and is lit every night as we read our Jesse Tree devo. 🎄Each serve as a focal point for conversation during our evenings and help us to slow down and center on what is truly important during this season. While my children are still quite young to fully grasp these traditions in their entirety, my prayer is that they would have fond memories and remember this legacy which was instilled in me by my own mother.
What is #advent ? 🤷🏼‍♀️ Today our posts for keeping Christ ✝️at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄inspiration blitz will be focused on multiple mamas sharing ways they celebrate advent, but we wanted to explain first. 🤗 ✝️The word “Advent” is a Latin word meaning “coming” or “arrival.” In church history, it was a time to mediate on mostly Old Testament prophecy and scripture leading up to Christ’s birth, but the concept of waiting with advent is also reminiscent of the centuries that the people of God waited for the coming Messiah, and of our current time of anticipation for Christ to return and make all things right again. Advent is for those of us who are waiting, longing, and hoping beyond what this world can offer- for what we can only find in Christ. ❤️✝️❤️ ✝️Advent is a time to prepare our hearts to celebrate Jesus, not just on Christmas morning, but as we long for His Kingdom to come, and will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Things are not as they should and we yearn for His coming again to redeem and restore all things. To set apart the days in December leading up to Christmas to trace the stories of the Old Testament where we see Christ fulfilling promises and being the true and better version of every prophet is the central scriptural aspect of Advent, and fixing our hearts on worshiping Him is the ultimate goal! ✝️My family started a #jessetree 🎄tradition when my oldest was a toddler and first heard about it from my friend, who’s family has a rich legacy of celebrating it, which she will be sharing about next! It’s been such a joy to watch all of our kids grow into it more each year. I’m happy to report that #unwrappingthegreatestgift by Ann Voskamp, which we also love, but was a bit over my kids’ heads in the 2015 version, has a new and improved version (2017), which my dear friend will be sharing about! ✝️In the coming posts, you will hear more about how other families celebrate advent. We hope that their ideas will inspire your family to adopt Advent in your own unique way with the purpose of capturing your family’s heart with wonder and longing for Christ to fill your every need, during Christmastime and every time of the year🙏
“What if it’s not the incredible way that we provide for our kids that make them stand out, but the things that we couldn’t provide for them because we were providing for others. - JP” . . #contentment #lifeofservice #fostercare #fosterlove #livingonmission #raisingarrows #makingdisciples #lmlbrothers #lmlfarm
Our 7th idea 💡 to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is beholding CHRIST as the greatest gift! Do not feel pressure to do all these traditions about Jesus and miss Jesus Himself! Stephanie Tanner @steptanner drops some gospel freedom below to help shape our pursuit this Christmas 👇🏼 🎄I’m one of those people who makes big plans. I set my sights on the most amazing book, music, and tool to help teach my children the meaning of Christmas. I envision a romanticized version of Christmas light looking, joyful laughter while cookie baking, and quiet advent readings where my children respond with great adoration for Jesus.  Through the years, my expectations have gone unmet because, well, they were unrealistic. 🎄I’d like to tell you we have a consistent advent tradition, but it’s changed every year as they get older and some years have not happened at all when I had a small baby to care for. That is okay.  I don’t want us to heap rules and requirements on already tired mamas.  We usually read a Christmas book a day before Christmas. 🎄Last year, we went through Paul Tripp’s Come Let Us Adore Him devo. We missed some days here and there, and I didn’t want it to be a stressful, have to do thing. If you aren’t already doing so, advent is a great time to start a practice of a daily talking about Jesus’s life with your children. 🎄I have ads in my email inbox currently promising a healthier, happier, and more beautiful home. I am tempted to believe this. To believe that I don’t already have all that I need for life. To believe that God is withholding something good from me. What is true is that when I’ve bought those prettier, shinier things is that those feelings don’t last. When I reach for other things to fill me they have always faded away. 🎄God has already given us the greatest gift. It is already done. He sent His Son to be born in the most humble of places in the most humble of ways. I want to behold this during the Christmas season and every day because that’s when the real change happens. The good news of Jesus is not instruction but news. I want to gaze at this amazing grace and open the window for my children to gaze at this exceeding joy.
Our 6th idea 💡 to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is making a birthday cake for Jesus with the kids and singing happy birthday! 🎂This is one of my favorite traditions we’ve been doing since I became a believer in high school, and one I looked forward to doing with my kids someday- and now they look forward to it every year! My materialistic, Christmas childhood traditions were suddenly rocked with the gospel as a teen, and so newly adopting this tradition in my family was far from religiously-driven or even nostalgic, it was a real celebration, it was one that brought tears because we remembered what it was like to live apart from Christ. We were celebrating a real person who changed our lives. 🎂I want nothing more than for my kids to come to know the transforming love of Christ and why Christmas changes everything. So how do we help tiny hearts understand? If there’s one love language that all kids share, it’s birthdays! Kids look forward to their birthdays, their siblings birthdays and friends’. 🎂When we invite them to pick out birthday themed cake, frosting and candles for Jesus during Christmas, and be part of the whole baking process, it sticks out because the birthday colors don’t match Christmas, and neither does the celebration. Receiving gifts shifts to focusing on the greatest Gift. To pause and sing happy birthday reminds them that in all the holiday magic that it’s really all about Jesus, it’s HIS birthday after all! 🎂I love this picture back from 2015 of my now 6.5 year old son, and looking back, I see him worshiping Christ to the tune of happy birthday! Let’s not underestimate what young hearts can understand, for Jesus said, let the little children come to me 🤗❤️🎄✝️ 🎄❤️ Join our inspiration blitz as we encourage each other with new ideas! How do you keep Christ at the center of Christmas? Message us and we’ll add you to our post thread and blog post compilation at the end. 🎄❤️ #christatthecenterofchristmas
Our 5th idea 💡 to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is Giving an anonymous Advent basket for families experiencing grief or loss. Carolina Briggs @briggsy0914 shares her heart with us below 👇🏼 🎁It is one of our favorite family traditions to organize an Advent Basket for a family walking through grief in Christmas. This is such an easy and tangible way to encourage someone who's lost someone or is walking through a difficult time. 🎁The basket contains 25 small gifts for each day of Christmas. Each gift is wrapped, numbered, and has a bible verse taped to it. Each day they are reminded of God's word and it points them back to Jesus during what feels like a very dark time. 🎁Often we don't sign our name and will leave an anonymous note making it more fun. It is also fun to drop the basket off and ring the doorbell and run off! There is a little bit of excitement for the boys as they deliver the basket. 🎁Even though it’s been many years and our Christmas seasons these days are filled with joy I still remember walking through that first Christmas without Andrew. I remember it was a lonely and dark Christmas, one that I wish I would've been able to skip altogether. 🎁Part of me is glad to have walked through this pain so that we can all these years later have a glimpse of what is like to walk through grief. I'm thankful for the perspective and desire to work on these baskets year after year. 💫 Carolina Briggs lives in Valrico, Florida with her husband Steve and is a mama to four children- Andrew (in heaven), Jack (8), Palmer(6) and Lillian (2) . She enjoys blogging, spending time with her family, and sharing the story Jesus is writing out in her life. Carolina is connected to the original Agape Moms in Lithia, FL.💫 🎄❤️ Join our inspiration blitz as we encourage each other with new ideas! How do you keep Christ at the center of Christmas? Message us and we’ll add you to our post thread and blog post compilation at the end. 🎄❤️
Our 4th idea 💡 to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is sharing the love of Christ. Jessica Hundley shares with us below 👇🏼 🌟One of my favorite Christmas traditions stems back to my childhood, and is something that I carry on with my daughter today. We love visiting a local nursing home called Twin Creeks, and enjoy building relationships with our friends there. We go once a month with a group of mothers and young children from the Lithia chapter of Agape Moms. 🌟My daughter Haley is still too young to understand the true meaning of Christmas, but she does see the joy she brings to our friends at the nursing home. I pray that she grows to desire Christ, and finds joy in loving and serving others as He calls us to do. 🌟As Christmas draws near, I can’t wait to bring Haley to the nursing home to sing Christmas carols like I did as a child. Seeing the raw emotion in the residents’ eyes as they remember their holidays past is a heartfelt and magical experience. 🌟It reminds me of the very first Christmas caroling experience I can recall. I was about seven or eight years old, and I remember looking around and seeing a dreamy look in everyone’s eyes as we sang. Back then I didn’t understand the nostalgic, far away look in their eyes the way I do now. After all, holiday songs take us back. I know now that they were remembering their own Christmases as children, or those when their own children were young. That is why it was especially meaningful and sweet for them to be surrounded by children during the holidays. 🌟It is so important for our kids to see us show kindness and compassion for those who are lonely and forgotten all year round. It loses most of its meaning if it’s something we are only doing during the holiday season. It’s important that we love, give and serve as a way of life! It’s such a blessing too! It makes me so happy to see Haley form such special bonds with our friends at Twin Creeks. 🌟As she grows, and as my son experiences his very first Christmas next year, I look forward to starting more traditions that celebrate Christ and keep His mission and message at the center. After all, HE is the reason for the season!
It's snowy and cold this morning, so I dug out my favorite cowl knitted with love by my mom and given to me last Christmas. Handmade gifts are my absolute favorite. How fun is it to have one-of-a-kind creations that you know were crafted with love and devotion? Even better when you know the person who made it just for you. Consider giving something handmade this holiday season. I'll be having a shop update soon - aiming for the end of next week - and this can be a great way of giving a unique gift that supports doing good in this world. 💓 #supportlocal #buyhandmade #knit #crochet #livingonmission #doinggood #handsandfeetofchrist
Agape Mom’s 3rd idea 💡 to help keep Christ ✝️ at the center 🎯 of Christmas 🎄is a Nativity play set & Jesus-centered ornaments. 🌟If you have tiny ones, then they’re definitely touching every new and sparkling Christmas thing you’ve taken out 🤪🤦🏼‍♀️! Redirect their curiosity to a nativity play set where they can act out the Christmas story from Luke 2 as you read it, or have the chance to internalize that Christmas is all about Jesus with hands on play! We keep ours right under the tree. 🎄 🌟We treat our Jesus-centered ornaments just like the star on the top of the tree! Each kid gets to hang one toward the top, right under the star as a focal point and small touch point to remind them that it’s all about Jesus, not just at Christmas, but 365 days of the year! Our three say: 🎂 Happy Birthday Jesus on a cupcake shaped ornament. 🎅🏼 Santa kneeling down to worship at Jesus bed in the manger 🎁 Christ is our greatest gift (I moved them down so you can see) 🎄❤️ Join our inspiration blitz as we encourage each other with new ideas! How do you keep Christ at the center of Christmas? Message us and we’ll add you to our post thread and blog post compilation at the end. 🎄❤️
Our 2nd recommendation to help keep Christ✝️ at the center🎯 of Christmas 🎄is The Giving Manger @thegivingmanger written for us by Christina Booth @stinabooth4 👉🏼🌟For a long time I REALLY struggled to find the “perfect” Christmas tradition that would magically make my children understand the true meaning of Christmas...aka that it’s about the birth of our Savior and not Santa and all his presents. Per usual, my own human striving to “make” something happen didn’t really work out too well. I just ended up feeling stressed out, frustrated and like I didn’t measure up to other moms who seemed to have the perfect activities that made their kids see Christ at Christmas. 🌟The Lord kept speaking to me that I just needed to seek Him first, and that He would take care of the rest. Sometime after that I came across The Giving Manger, and decided to give it a try. It has not made my children selfless little serving angels, but it has definitely helped us to get our eyes off of ourselves during this season. 🌟The Giving Manger is a simple wooden manger with a baby Jesus to be put into the manger on Christmas morning. It comes with a small bundle of hay, and a story to explain how to use it. For each act of service completed a piece of straw is placed in the manger. The idea is to fill the manger with straw so that baby Jesus can be placed inside on Christmas morning. My boys have loved this over the past two years. They love placing a piece of straw in the manger, and I love that I can give them (or help them find) ways to serve that are appropriate for each of their ages. It’s something the whole family can participate in. 💫Christina is a stay at home mom to four young boys with a little girl on the way. She is passionate about pursuing Christ and passing on a legacy of faith to her family. Swipe for bio pic 😍💫 ❤️🎄 At the end of the week we will compile all ideas into one big blog post! If you have one to add, message us! 🎄❤️
It’s a 2 cup kind of work day @bellscoffee . Lesson planning for tonight’s class at @elmiradministries so thankful for a job where I get to share with people the truth about how much they are loved! Whose excited for tonight’s class?! #livingonmission #hereforit #discipleship #discipleshiptrainingschool #edm #elmiralives
Agape Moms is excited to share about this new Advent devotional, Tracing Glory: The Christmas Story Throughout the Bible, which is family friendly and the author is giving it away for free! Hop over to the blog (link in profile) to hear more about the study, the story behind writing it and where you can download a copy for your family. Thank you Sarah Rice @gospelshapedwomanhood ! 💫This is the first of multiple recommendations and ideas this week from everyday moms like you and me about how we help keep Christ at the center of Christmas. 🎄🎯✝️ If you have a tradition or unique way you’d like to share with our Agape Moms community, please message me! 📝At the end of the week, all of the ideas will be compiled into one big blog post and remain as a resource that our community can continually add to and revisit each year. Hope you will weigh in and be inspired as we spur one another on towards love and good deeds! 🌟 https://www.agapemoms.online/the-agape-moms-blog/2018/11/27/tracing-glory-the-christmas-story-through-the-bible
O U T R E A C H | Christmas is just four weeks away! While you’re out and about preparing for your holiday celebrations, why not pick up a few gifts for the Sunday Breakfast Mission’s Christmas Shop? They are looking for gifts of toys, clothing, winter coats, etc. appropriate for children ages newborn through 18 years of age. For more information, visit our website under the “Outreach” tab (link in bio). - - - #livingonmission #instachurch #churchesofinstagram #smallchurch #localchurch #holidayoutreach
You guys! I've been wanting to share an update for a bit but have been under the weather a couple days...This is what is possible because of the support I've received so far on my crochet/knitting project: In one week the support I received (from many of you!) allowed me to buy all of these big, fluffy fleece blankets. These blankets will be divided between two locations: A homeless tent city here in Columbus, delivered as part of homeless care packages over Christmas, and the Goshen Interfaith Hospitality Network shelter, where my family will serve over Christmas. The shelter accepts whole families and so is often home to children who have nothing cozy, nothing comforting, nothing warm to call their own. How awesome is it that this could be done in one week? Please help share my project. Follow me on Facebook at Something Good: Yarn on a Mission, on IG at yarnonamission, and at my Etsy shop (link in profile). I'm so excited to see the good that is already coming from this and can't wait for you to join me. Shop update to happen within the next two weeks with lots of lovely hats. The mission will be changing at that time to support my friend Jill Arnett in getting her to Haiti where she can do all kinds of good in this world. Stay tuned for more details! #knitting #livingonmission #handsandfeetofjesus #grateful #doinggood #crochet #makersgonnamake #knittersofinstagram #maker #craftymama
Happy Monday back after Thanksgiving break. 😅 Woo, what a weekend, huh? Not only did our family move into our new home about a week ago (with 3 kids in tow), but we managed to cook an allergy friendly thanksgiving dinner, and then deck the halls for Christmas. 😴 I know I’m not the only one feeling the rush and busyness that this time of year brings, and while I absolutely love Christmas time, there’s a lot about it that wearies my soul. Theres so much swirling around us and if we don’t make a very intentional effort, we too easily become distracted from the purpose of it all, which is why I’m so excited that our theme this week is keeping Christ at the center of Christmas! ❣️✝️🎄 I need this encouragement and I I hope you’ll share your ideas with us on our Coffee Talk day on Thursday! I look forward to sharing some ideas, resources and to share about a new advent study by a friend that is being given away for FREE this week on the blog. Today as the holidays begin to ramp up, I pray that we will all rest in Christ and the peace that only He brings. Let’s prepare our hearts room to celebrate the wonder of our King, born in a manager, who came to live and die for you and me. 🌟 “For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” Isaiah‬ ‭9:6‬ ‭
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