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5 Clues to Put Christ Back into Christmas

If you are sick & tired of all the commercialism around Christmas these days, I want to share with you some ways to help and this may be the most important online workshop you’ll watch this entire year! Including how you can put Christ back into Christmas this year.

FREE workshop - Discover how to put Christ back into your family's Christmas

Here’s why…

Since 2002, I’ve been writing & sharing ideas to help bring Christ back to Christmas. I’ve written several books to encourage parents to guide their children back to the true meaning of Christmas. In this online workshop & my FREE Advent Calendar countdown, I’m going to share with you some of those ideas.

Free Christmas Advent Calendar - 25 daily ideas to put Christ back into your family's ChristmasKerry’s Advent Calendar Countdown sends you FREE Daily ideas to add meaning to your family’s Christmas Holiday Traditions & Activities?

Don’t spend time yourself trying to research the best way to celebrate Advent, Christmas & the holidays. Use Kerry’s free Advent Activities Calendar. You get one each day for the next 25 days! Just open your email and celebrate the history of Christ’s Advent.

You’ll also be given a link to a free Advent Calendar Printable that you can make at home with your kids.

This ONLINE WORKSHOP is absolutely free. You will be able to see and hear me on your computer, but you must register NOW to get the special link…

Here’s just a small sampling of what I cover on this unique video…

  • How an ordinary family overcame the crass commercialism of America’s Christmas season
  • The 4 tips of reaching outside your family during the Christmas season.
  • The 3 steps to putting Christ and “His Story” back into your Christmas celebration
  • Christmas around the world activities & ideas
  • The dangers of America’s Christmas celebration
  • Symbols of Christmas & their Christian meaning
  • As many different ideas that your family can implement as I could squeeze into 70 minutes!
  • The biggest obstacles that stand between you and a meaningful Christmas season with your own kids

When you register for our workshop, you will receive our FREE Advent Calendar Countdown & Printable.  Just sign up below!!!

Bottom Line: On this 60-minute Online Video Workshop,
you’ll discover more about how to
“Rekindle the True Christmas Spirit”
in YOUR own family’s holiday celebration …
than you’ve ever heard anyone reveal before!

Step 1: Register below to get PRIVATE ACCESS to the “5 Clues to Putting Christ Back in Your Christmas” Online Video Workshop.  (We respect your privacy and will not share your information)

Tuesday, November 28
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Discover what the Christmas star is with Star of Bethlehem Family Bible Study Guide from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comStep 2: You’ll receive an email with the Online Workshop links… so make sure you enter your primary email address in the box above.

Step 3: Enter to win one of our Christmas ebooks. I’m giving away a copy of Star of Bethlehem Family Study Guide and Christmas Celebrations: Advent, Christmas, Epiphany.  Scroll down and you can enter to win one of these.

We guarantee this will be one of the most informative and encouraging online workshops you’ve watched. I’m sure you’ll LOVE our FREE Advent Calendar Countdown, too.

Talk to you soon 🙂



Question:
How does your family keep Christ the focus of Advent & Christmas? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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12 Responses to 5 Clues to Put Christ Back into Christmas

  1. Crystal says:

    I’m confused. Your email and blog post says the workshop was for Tuesday, Nov. 14th @ 3p or 9p but my confirmation email says Tuesday, Nov. 29th @ 8p. What happened?

  2. Lisa says:

    We like to do a advent devotional each evening as we count down to Christmas. We have done a few but our favorite so far has been Ann Voskamp’s. This is how we keep Christ in Christmas as a family.

  3. Katherine says:

    I was blessed to attend an amazing Advent workshop three years ago at my church with 100 other amazing mommies. We all shared tips, tricks and resources for how to put CHRIST first for the kiddos. I still pull out my resources from that event yearly. Getting rid of hard core academic curriculum to focus on daily advent activities and a simple 2 week unit study those weeks before Christmas has allowed us to breath and enjoy the season. I was too stressed to breath before I just let go and let us enjoy the celebration of the season.

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Katherine,
      I completely agree. With my own kids, I did not do school during December. Well, I did not do “traditional” school. We learned all through Advent and our activities. I’ll be sharing many of those on the workshop. Thanks for your comment.

  4. Lydia Joy Slater says:

    Since we try to focus on Christ as much as possible on a regular basis, Christmas is just more of an emphasis, but sometimes the busyness of everything can be a problem. Something that really helps is to NOT skip church services but go if you can, and go to the concerts that honor Christ and live nativities, etc.

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Great idea. I agree…to not skip regular church services. Helps keep focus on Christ which is what the season is about anyway

  5. Sara Anderson says:

    We always do an advent study focused around Jesus and the Christmas Story.

  6. Dorothy says:

    Taking time to think about what we’re doing (not just about giving/getting gifts) and why we’re doing it (not just because everyone else is).

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Dorothy,
      This is so important. We live a “follow the crowd” society…even Christians. I also think it’s important that we talk to our kids about why we do what we do as a family…gives them a chance to start thinking critically.

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