Move over elf. It’s time to share the shelf! Enter to win a copy of Angel on Assignment. #book #giveaway [ends 11/30]
Please don’t throw tomatoes but I’ve never been a fan of the elf on the shelf craze. Maybe it was all the work involved; more importantly because of the deception. I raised my first two children with the nagging conviction that they might believe Jesus Christ was a lie when they discovered Santa was not real.
It’s such a blessing when you come across someone who’s willing to place the focus back on Jesus and all that surrounds his birth and purpose. The Angel on Assignment is the perfect alternative to Santa’s elf. I received a complimentary copy of the book from the author. Whether or not the elf is part of your tradition, you have the chance to win a copy of the book, too. Keep reading…
The book is a terrific way to introduce angels and their purpose to a young child. It teaches about the reality of angels, both during Jesus’ early days and present day as our protectors.
The book even touches on salvation; however, I do suggest that you express the importance of repentance, which is not addressed as a necessary part of salvation.
My favorite part of the book was to make our own elf, uh, I mean, angel to display during this Christmas season. In the back of the book are ideas for making an angel with your kiddo. My angel is pretty basic but I enjoyed the time with my son.[Tweet “Enter for a chance to win Angel on Assignment by @wanda_roush. #Book #Giveaway [Ends 11/30]”]
Enter for a chance to win a copy of the book from the author. Giveaway ends 11/30/2017. Open to U.S. residents. See the bonus entry for making an angel of your own.
Whether or not you enter the giveaway, I’d love to know what Jesus-centered tradition(s) your family has during Christmas. Leave a comment below.