Moms have a long to-do list in December. Buy gifts, wrap gifts, send cards, bake cookies, clean the house, decorate, attend the Christmas recital… As soon as you check off one item, another gets added. So move whatever is at the top of the list down one spot and add “Say Christmas prayers.” Adding prayer to your day or even to your week during the holiday season is a great way to make sure you stay focused on what really matters. You’ll be less frazzled, less worried about buying the perfect gift, and definitely more joyful.
iMOM’s Christmas prayers printable page is special. Not only does it encourage you to reflect on what’s important at Christmas—like joy, peace, and hope—but we’ve also provided a Bible verse that will help connect each word to the life of Jesus. We hope that the time you spend praying and reflecting brings you peace and reminds you of the gifts that are present in your life every day. These Christmas prayers are great for kids too. Our graphic designer was so inspired she made three for you to choose from. If you need some help getting started praying with your children, try our 10 Ways to Teach Your Child to Pray resource.
We would love for you to add a prayer to the list in the comments. What do you pray for at Christmas?