Lets Shift our focus from ‘What you can’t do’ and instead focus on ‘What you CAN do!’
An awesome idea, from Childrensminisrty.com allows the forgiving space to know that the Christmas for 2020 will be different for many. The bid grand Christmas Sunday School Play or youth secret Santa’s to parties wont be happening or many churches wont be back to engaging together as is the ‘normal’. However, it does allow us to take a breather and perhaps change the way we are thinking.
And to help you continue reaching and shepherding kids and families this Christmas, here are a few ideas to make this season particularly meaningful. (Psst… the resources below contain COVID-friendly options… just to make things a little easier).
With simple tips and resources, Christmas this year can be more unique and inviting even though we find ourselves not together with our family and friends like we could be.
What I love about this article, along with it being so simple it reminds us what Christmas is all about! As it sound 100% clique, this year has been quite the rollercoaster, for many especially our younger generations. So what can we do?
I encourage you all, This year let’s make it different! Let’s BE INVENTFUL!
“Remember, at the end of the day, sometimes the simple things are most
How can we be more giving? help others that may need support and assistance or better yet, in what ways can we bring the joy of Christmas to the hearts of the younger children during this season?
As we said above, Christmas 2020 is going to be different, but, not bad. You and your ministry can do this and we’re excited to help you every step of the way! Send us your photos and stories so that we may share them on our socials to bring the love and joy in which this season brings!
Wishing you all a beautiful Christmas, God blessings be with you!
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Joyce Tangi is the Field Officer (South), and responsible for Children’s/Family ministry as a part of the PULSE team.