24 Days of Mormon Christmas – Day 1

24 Days of Mormon Christmas


Welcome to 24 Days of Mormon Christmas! I started this program as a simple way to bring Christ as a focus into our lives throughout December. I truly believe as we make time for the Savior, we will be blessed in our families. Each day I will feature a song, a scripture, and an activity or video to do together as a family.

I see this as a perfect “goodnight” routine throughout December. As we approach Christmas, it’s easy to get carried away in the decorations, the baking, the shopping, the wrapping, the partying, and the all around busyness of the Christmas season. This is my little way of putting Christ back into Christmas–not just on the day, but the whole month long.

New this year I have all 24 Days available in one instant download. You can purchase a personal use download here for $4, or you can purchase a gift license option for $12; just click here to learn more! Of course each day will still be offered free here on the blog. Like us on Facebook or sign up for our emails to get daily reminders!

Today’s devotional is:

Prayer

Song: Away in a Manger (CSB #42)

Scripture: Luke 1: 11-17

Activity: View the video “Christmas Spirit” together as a family.

That’s it! We keep these so simple.

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6 Responses to 24 Days of Mormon Christmas – Day 1

  1. Primarylady says:

    Thank you so much for this.

  2. pam says:

    thank you so much for reminding me why we have this season! I enjoy your website greatly!
    bless you and yours this Christ season all year long.
    thank you
    pam

  3. Veronica says:

    I’m so excited to use this with my family. I spotted it a couple months back and booked marked it. Now I’m back. Thank you for your making this available for my family to use. Sweet and simple lessons that I’m really grateful to have. Hope your family has a wonderful Christmas season.

  4. Renee Dalton says:

    Hi-
    Thank you so much for all you do! This is amazing! I just wanted to let you know the link doesn’t work… but you can search it on Youtube and it comes up just fine :) Thanks again!!!
    Renee

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