P.S. I'm going to be sending these gifs that tell the story of Christ's birth that you can share on social media or whatnot, there's one for each day of December through Christmas! For this week:
Super short on time today, had lots to do to prepare for the week, but all is going well! I baked a cake this week (which turned out great), Thanksgiving was delicious, but unfortunately Thanksgiving also meant tons of people were out of town and so we didn't see a ton of people, but the Cruz family finally finished their house and finish moving in today! They already have their Christmas tree up which made me super happy!
CHALLENGE OF THE WEEK:
I really just have time for the challenge of the week so here it is: Starting tomorrow, give something that isn't a gift to someone else every day this week. Christ is the ultimate gift, God gave Him to us and He gave us the chance to return to live with God and our families again after this life for eternity. We can't give anything of that magnitude, but we can give service, compliments, love, and time. Get creative, this week's challenge isn't very easy to measure if you've accomplished it or not, so you'll really have to take the initiative and put something into this to get something out of it. Make the time and take the effort to make it meaningful rather than just "I like your shoes - check!" During this season, giving should be on our minds more than ever as we try to follow the Savior's example of giving of ourselves. Tell me how it all goes!
Love and holiday wishes ('cause those are allowed starting the day after Thanksgiving, just in case some of you are part of that "KEEP THEM SEPARATE NO CHRISTMAS BEFORE THANKSGIVING!" mentality. You're welcome, I waited...kindof...I mean I had Ornaments up and music going since early October but I didn't email about it so yeah there ya go)
Your "Man on a Mission" (Haha!)
P.S. I'm going to be sending these gifs that tell the story of Christ's birth that you can share on social media or whatnot, there's one for each day of December through Christmas! Here's Tues. - Sunday
1: Matthew 1:18
2: Luke 1:26-27
3: Luke 1:30
4: Luke 1:31
6: Matthew 1:20