Giveaway: Little Christmas Gifts

Today we’re continuing our season of Christmas giving with a few items for the children in your life, including “The First Christmas Night,” by Keith Christopher; a Nativity puzzle; and Christmas Bessie the cow.

Giveaway Rules:
To enter to receive a this Little Christmas giveaway, share your favorite children’s Christmas activity in the comments below. The winner will be chosen randomly from comments received at http://billygrahamlibrary.org/giveaway-little-christmas-gifts/ before Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016 at 12 p.m. ET. No purchase necessary. Odds of winning depend on the number of comments received. Void where prohibited.

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  1. Miyoko Ishibashi says:

    We love Going out and Singing Christmas Caroling. Making Hot Turkey Soup, and Making Homemade Hats, Scarfs, and Prayer Bracelets, and going out Early and Serving our Christ like
    Love to Homeless, and Spreading the Good News about Sweet Jesus.


  2. jill kroetz says:

    every Christmas my late husband and I would hide the children gifts and they would have to find them by using clues. We would use verse from the bible

  3. Renee Guthrie says:

    Our favorite activity is participating in our church’s living nativity and listening to classic Christmas carols ❣️

  4. Jose Gomez says:

    My favorite children’s Christmas activity.
    Is to watch the nativity movie on Christmas eve, read talk and about the meaning of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ.

  5. Terry Kaltenbach says:

    Driving around to find the best Christmas lights displays!

  6. Jennifer Cheung says:

    We love watching live nativity scenes, looking at lights, listening to Christmas carols, and just being together

  7. Susan Chapman says:

    We go caroling to the nursing home and assisted living and shut-ins of our church the Sunday before Christmas. It’s such a joy and blessing to see these elderly and sick people smile getting to hear Christmas carols.

  8. Rita Powell says:

    I used to enjoy reading with my son. We started this when he was just a baby. Even if he fell asleep I finished the story. Eventually my son started reading to me, then he chose his own reading material. As we always sat in the living room, each of us reading our book or magszine we realized our favorite book was one we both agreed on- the Bible. Those were enjoyable times, great memories.

  9. Barbara Jobo says:

    My favorite children’s Christmas activity is packing Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes with my grandchildren. It is so joyful to give them an opportunity to bless other children with God’s love.

  10. Serena Keough says:

    It was making cookies, crafts and memories.

  11. Susan kinsey says:

    Our daughters favorite Christmas activity is going through their bedroom and closets the week before Christmas, and bagging up all the toys and clothes they want to donate to a needy family for Christmas. They get so much happiness from that.

  12. Elizabeth W says:

    Decorating cookies, looking at light displays and having a birthday cake for Jesus.

  13. Kim Grantham says:

    My favorite is the children program each year. Always different, but telling the story of our Lord’s birth. Seeing the excitement in their faces as they actually comphrend the meaning of Christmas and telling of the birth of Jesus..

  14. Linda capps says:

    Hello, my activities with my grandbabies have included visiting santas house & games at my work. It includes letting them make decorations & place them on our tree. I took then through the christmas lights. They enjoyed telling everyone happy christmas from the car window. Their smiles were priceless!!!

  15. Beth says:

    My favorite activity is packing the Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes with my boys. We go shopping for all the items we’re going to put in the boxes and talk about how much of a blessing the boxes will be for others. It’s just one for them to get involved with giving instead of receiving.

  16. Susan Skinner Gay says:

    We loved visiting the Billy Graham Library and love listening to archived sermons! God Bless and Merry Christmas!

  17. Barbara Jobo says:

    My fav Christmas gift is when I received handmade Christmas tree ornaments from my children-especially with their school pictures on them. They now have to be hung on the back side of the tree so as not to embarrass my now adult children.

  18. LORRAINE EVANS says:

    My most favorite Christmas activity was on Christmas Eve. Our family would walk to church for the 11PM service. The service was all by candle light. At the end of the service we each lit our individual candles and sang a Christmas hymn Then quietly we filed out of Church and began walking home. The sky had our attention. Would we see the star of Bethlehem?

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