What to Give the Kids at Church This Christmas


I love pointing people to resources that will provide them with a simple and meaningful way to nurture faith. So I was over the moon when I heard about the new Nativity Sticker Set from Illustrated Children’s Ministry. I can’t think of a more fabulous gift to give the kids at your church this Christmas. Here’s why:

The characters are ethnically accurate. Yes, these stickers are designed to represent biblical characters who lived in the Middle East.

The stickers are affordable. At $25 (U.S. dollars) for a set of 25 coated vinyl sheets featuring 19 stickers, they’ll save you a trip to the dollar store.  

They can be used at home or at church. When you purchase a set you can access a digital illustration of a stable that can be printed and given to families along with the stickers, handed out to kids at church, printed in the bulletin, or used in a myriad other ways by creative children’s ministry leaders.  

Mary was drawn with a post-baby belly. That’s right, this set gets real. And this mama salutes you, Illustrated Children’s Ministry.

The stickers launched on October 16. Check them out. (Hurry! They'll sell quickly.) And while you’re at it, check out the other fabulous Advent resources they’ve created for church and families.

P.S. Want even more ideas for families? Visit the Family Faith Formation toolkit below. 

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Even the angels are middle-eastern!