We want this issue to help children begin to understand how Jesus’ birth, God’s incarnation, is made new to us each Advent and Christmas.Order Now See Inside
For people in need
* With your family, volunteer to help sort toy-drive donations in your community.
* Keep a basket for food-bank donations in your house this month. Every time your family has a special meal or snack during the month, add something to the basket.
* Use some of your own money to buy a gift for a kid your age who lives in foster care. (A parent can help you find out how to give your gift.)
* Pray for people who feel sad at Christmas time.
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As we enter the Advent season, many of us find ourselves poised (or braced) for what feels like a headlong rush toward Christmas. And as much as we may love many of the traditions of the season (even the secular ones), we also find ourselves longing for more meaning, more focus on Christ, more connection with those we love.
Try some of these ideas, many adapted from our December issue:
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