Jesus is Born - advent ornament book
Jesus is Born - advent ornament book

Jesus is Born - advent ornament book

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  • Dimensions: 8" x 8" x 3/4"
  • Pages: 14
  • Hardcover
  • Board pages
  • 7 pop-out ornaments
  • Ornaments feature foil and glitter accents

The ‘Jesus is Born' nativity ornament book is a fun, interactive way to get even your littlest kids involved with Christmas decorating while learning about our Savior. This advent activity includes 7 short devotions - each including a Scripture verse, conversation starters, and a coordinating, removable ornament to help you and your child share the greatest story every told!

And no one has to worry about breaking these beautiful paper ornaments! Simply pop out the die-cut ornaments, then add strings or hooks so you can hang on anything from a Christmas tree to holiday garland! At the end of the Christmas season, simply place the ornaments back into the book and easily pack away. Whether used as a daily countdown or read in one sitting, this advent activity can be reused year after year – perfect for starting a new family tradition! A meaningful gift for sharing and celebrating Jesus, the reason for the season, with friends and loved ones.

Sample Copy:
God sent the angel Gabriel to a young woman who had never been married. The girl’s name was Mary, and she was engaged to marry Joseph, who was from the family of David. Gabriel, the angel, came to her and said:  “You are truly blessed! The Lord is with you.” Mary was confused by the angel’s words and wondered what they meant. Then the angel told Mary, “Don’t be afraid! God is pleased with you, and you will have a Son. His name will be Jesus. He will be great and will be called the Son of God Most High. The Lord God will make Him king, as His ancestor David was. He will rule the people of Israel forever, and His kingdom will never end.”  Luke 1:28, 29-33 CEV 

What would you think if an angel came to visit you? Would you be afraid? 

Mary was very afraid, but she trusted God: Mary said, “I am the Lord’s servant! Let it happen as you have said.” And the angel left her.  Luke 1:38 CEV