Reflecting on Christmas Past

Reflecting on Christmas Past coverIt’s release day for Reflecting on Christmas Past, and I’m excited to finally be able to share it with you

This is my first devotional book, but it’s more than your typical devotional. In addition to the 31 daily readings, there are reflection pages for each section. These were created to help readers pause and really think about what has made an impact in their celebrations of past Christmases.

In looking back, I hope Reflecting on Christmas Past encourages readers to put more of what matters into this year’s holiday. Who doesn’t want to lessen the stress and exhaustion in exchange for meaning and peace?

I’ve also created annual journaling pages so the devotional can be used year after year. When full, it holds record of the things that have meant the most to you over the years at Christmas. The book will serve as a reminder to keep putting meaning into your Christmas seasons.

There’s even a “how to” section for hosting a Reflecting on Christmas Past event for your church’s women’s ministry. Working through the devotional as a group will encourage members to grow closer as, together, they focus on the most meaningful Christmas traditions and activities.

If you’re not sure about Reflecting on Christmas Past, you can check out three of the devotions here:

Read three devotions for free

If you’re ready to purchase your copy of Reflecting on Christmas Past, you can order the eBook or paperback (I encourage the paperback for ease in journaling. But the eBook can be used with a separate blank journal or notebook) here:

Buy the book here

Quote from Reflecting on Christmas Past


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  1. Donna Stearns says:

    Preparing for Christmas begins in the heart. Heather’s devotional guides you in 31 days of preparation to make Christmas the special time of year it is.