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Dec 20

Sharing Christ with Family this Christmas with Link Up

Sharing Christ with our families is a very important, but not always easy task. Christmastime is known for being a holiday that people attend church, though they don’t throughout the year. It is the perfect time to reach out to our unsaved family members to share Christ’s love for them.


Here are a few suggestions for sharing Christ’s love with your family this year.

 Ideas for Sharing Christ with Family 

1. Attend your kiddo’s church Christmas play

My kiddos have been in a church Christmas play for the last few years, and it was a wonderful way to encourage our family members to come to church.

2. Attend a church Christmas Eve service

A quiet evening service with candles and Christmas carols is always a warm and inviting event.

3. Invite them for Christmas morning at your home

Each Christmas morning we read the Christmas story prior to any other Christmas traditions in our home. Through the reading of His story on Christmas morning is a quiet way of reaching their hearts with Christ’s love.

While these may seem small, simple ways to encouraging sharing Christ with your family, I find that it is often in the small, simple things we do that we reach other’s hearts.

My prayer for you today is that as you sharing Christ with your family this year, that He would direct you to the best way to do so.

Never forget that our actions speak louder than our words. Do we act any differently than those we’re trying to reach? Do we exhibit a Christ like love, that they can see? A love that they want to be part of?

May God use us to reach those in our families that do not know Him. May our lives be a reflection of the love He has for all of us. mysiggie


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  1. Mel Caldicott

    Great ideas here. Simple ways of sharing Christ at Christmas. Love it.
    Thanks for sharing at Essential Fridays.
    Have a blessed Christmas and New Year.
    Mel from Essential Thing Devotions

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      You’re very welcome! 🙂 Thank you for hosting! 🙂 Blessings!

  2. Candace

    I love your tradition of reading the Christmas story first that morning. I may have to adopt that. What a great way to set the kids mind properly before tearing into the presents. Thanks for hosting!

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      🙂 I believe that keeping Christ first is key, and Christmas morning is the perfect time to do that. 🙂 Blessings hun!

  3. Debbie @

    Thanks s much for hosting each week! Have a merry Christmas!

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      You’re very welcome! Merry Christmas!

  4. Lisha

    Thanks for the ideas, Misty! Neither set of parents are believers, so we try to extend the invitation to the Christmas concert and Christmas eve services. I’ve never thought of inviting them to our house on Christmas morning – we’ve just always spent the day at their homes. Something to pray about and think on for next year! 🙂

    Thanks for hosting! Merry Christmas!

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      We love having them over on Christmas Day 🙂 I make Mexican food and they come over eat and visit. If I could get them here first thing when the kids get up at 7am, then they’d be here for the Christmas story too. Praying for your family this week. <3

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