We have some of our favorite Christmas and Everyday items on sale for Cyber Monday: His Royal Names, Isaiah 33:6 Sign, AdoreHymns, We Still Do Pillow and the rustic He Came Near Nativity! All of these would make great gifts for anyone on your list: friends, family or teachers! Plus get Free Shipping on all orders over $100.
Isaiah 33:6 Sign: No matter the current cultural crisis. No matter the present personal crisis. No matter the secret scars on our hearts. Jesus will be our stability. Add to a side table, your kitchen counter or gallery wall and rest in the One who offers abundance of salvation, wisdom, and knowledge to those who seek Him.
His Royal Names: Don’t you just love how our friend Jenny displayed her set of His Royal Names? These glitter-brushed crowns add elegance to your tree or around your home. These seven royal names of Jesus etched into each unique silver crown reveal the noble nature of our true King. Velvet ribbons adorn each ornament. The set includes a beautiful small book telling the wonder of this King who came to us Christmas morning.
King of Kings Necklace Charm: Solid sterling silver charm with sterling clasp on 18-inch leather cord. Perfect Christmas gift. Charm can be added to any bracelet or pair with a strand of pearls or a sterling silver chain for an elegant anniversary or Valentine’s Day gift.
AdoreHymns: honey-stained wooden ornaments with old-world charm and warmed with stories of our favorite Christmas carol’s origins. Sing the songs. Learn the stories. Enjoy the season more deeply with your family. Set of 8.
We Still Do Farmhouse Pillow: Every day married couples must remember their promise to hold fast to one another and resolve to continue to stay faithful to those vows. Proclaim your never-ending love for each other to all who enter your home. Perfect for a Christmas or anniversary gift.
And don’t miss FamilyLife Today this week as Dennis and I will be sharing about how we prepare for the holidays now as empty nesters. Plus how my desire to declare the truth about Christ led to the design of ornaments that reflect who Jesus is to a lost and hurting world: the Light, the Son, the Word, and the Messenger.