Family resources for Christmas and Advent

We’re so excited. By popular request, we have put together an Advent Guide and we’re giving it away free to you and whoever else you think may love it. (It’s our way to say THANK YOU to all of you who have supported this book that is now–incredibly–in it’s 10th year).

From Sally’s introduction in the JSB Advent Guide:

“What do you love most about Christmas? Most of us might say, PRESENTS! And probably all the grown-ups will laugh and want us to say something more worthy. But actually do you know what? You’re right. That IS the best, most important thing about Christmas. Because, you see, Christmas is all about a present—a gift. The greatest, most magnificent gift there has ever been…”

Join us in a journey of wonder through The Jesus Storybook Bible this advent as we trace the beautiful story of God’s great love for us–from the very beginnings of the universe, to the birth of the baby who would rescue the whole world.

The Jesus Storybook Bible Advent Guide includes:

a reading guide
printable ornaments
activity ideas
a note for parents from Sally
a special introduction from Sally

It’s free to download, BUT FIRST–

David Suchet

Don’t forget to grab the audiobook version of The Jesus Storybook Bible and you can even have David Suchet read to you!

(Now FREE HERE for a limited time with an audible trial.)

And how can we not include a plug for the gorgeous gold-embossed gift edition–just a little bit larger and shinier, making it perfect for reading together under the tree.


Time to dig out your Christmas boxes, put on some Christmas music, dust off your printer and get ready for advent!

{Continue to FaithGateway for the download.}

It’s been a wonderfully busy year of travel (see my instagram for lots of pics and videos.) Can’t wait to catch up with you here again soon.


Other great picture books for Christmastime


“How fitting to imagine the animals and stars sensing and rejoicing in the coming of Christ for the first time!”
–Dr Timothy Keller


What is Christmas? Is it twinkling lights? Angels? Stars? This brand new edition of an older book helps relate favorite holiday symbols to the true story of the first Christmas.

9 Responses to “Family resources for Christmas and Advent”

  1. Catherine Durden

    I am excited about enhancing our Christmas experience with family and loved ones and friends it is long overdue. I wish everybody a blessed Christmas and many many many more blessings, throughout the year and beyond. Peace of God the Father.


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