This year, as strange and difficult as it was, has gone by quickly and Christmas is around the corner. Spend some time celebrating with your family in the weeks to come with this free Advent homeschool devotional.
“Advent” means “coming” in Latin and is known as the time we prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ. The four weeks before Christmas Day, or sometimes December 1 through the 24th, is considered Advent.
The birth of Christ is the moment in time when God became flesh and came to earth as a human baby. Here is where the story begins that leads us to eternal life.
As we raise our children to know Jesus and embrace our faith, Advent is a time to remember His gift.
If you don’t already celebrate Advent in your home, start a new tradition this year. Take time to reflect on the birth of Christ and the significance of what it means to us as believers.
This printable devotional is a perfect way to celebrate Advent and share its meaning with your children. You’ll find 28 cards printed four per sheet to use daily in your family’s devotion time.
Find more Advent resources for your Christmas lessons.
- FREE Advent Charades Game
- Christmas Readings Advent Calendar
- FREE Christmas Picture Book Advent Calendar
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