Do you feel disillusioned with the materialism of holidays? Inundated with Santa, reindeer, wish lists, football, turkey, and Easter baskets only to find yourself too wrapped up in the chaos to enjoy the real meaning of the holidays?
A few years ago I found myself struggling with these questions, too. It wasn't that I had anything against these things, but that we just seemed to be missing the point of it all. After much prayer and intentional planning, I found that keeping our focus on Christ brought a spirit of true joy and peace to our home during the holiday season.
This study was written to help families like yours do the same thing. Trade in the hustle and materialism for joy and peace this year!
If you’d like to take your family deeper into God’s Word through the holidays, this hymn study collection would be the perfect fit. It includes 3 studies. Click on the links below for more information about each of the studies.
I have written these studies with the older elementary student (3rd-5th grade) in mind, but with easy accommodations for younger elementary and middle school. Should you so choose, this study can be done fairly independently from about 3rd grade and up. For younger students, simply work together allowing him/her to take control of any parts that can be handled independently. Middle schoolers can take it a step further by reading aloud to a younger sibling or taking on an essay for each hymn studied. Of course, you may choose to do this study as a family and that would work perfectly as well!
Got more questions? You'll find a helpful video here.
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