What do you do to include "God" in your holiday celebration?
Hi...thank you for the question! What I've done in the past is create a special event for the kids (my son and his cousins) as in a Christmas Eve skit or explaining the Christmas symbols and their meanings and sing Christmas songs or songs that have a "Christmassy" message to it (for instance, Happy Xmas/War is Over by John Lennon). It worked out really well. The children liked being a part of it and the adults loved it! I'm planning to do a different one this Christmas. It will probably be more of singing Christmas songs with bible verses that are related to Christ's birth. Hope this helps!:-)
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