Updated on December 4, 2017
Many of us will hear (or read) the Christmas story again this month, as part of our holiday traditions. But our familiarity with these traditions can cause us to overlook important holiday expressions. On This Holy Night: The Heart of Christmas breathes new life into the Christmas story.
On This Holy Night: The Heart of Christmas
On This Holy Night is a FREE ebook from FaithGateway, an online community of Christian authors and readers. It’s a digital version of the print edition from Thomas Nelson (publisher).
The book explores Christmas through the voices of six well-known Christian communicators. It teaches important life lessons that we tend to forget during the busy holiday season.
Six Facets of the Christmas Holiday
Each contributor to On This Holy Night explores the meaning of Christmas. And each one does so through a different facet of the holiday:
- Max Lucado looks into the story of Joseph;
- Jack Hayford looks into the story of Mary;
- David Jeremiah examines the name of Jesus;
- John Maxwell explores the wise men’s journey;
- Bill Hybels rediscovers the nativity scene; and
- Rick Warren discusses the real gift of Christmas – that God sent His own Son to connect with us (John 3:16).
This free ebook is a great resource to use during your personal or family devotions this season. And the four-color print edition makes an excellent gift book to treasure for years to come.
Download On This Holy Night
It’s hard to find moments of peace and reflection this busy holiday season. It’s easy to miss the important expressions of Christmas. So I hope you’ll grab this offer while it’s still available.
On This Holy Night: The Heart of Christmas can help you reflect on the holiday’s real meaning. It can help you focus your celebrations on Christ, the true Heart of Christmas.
And Now, Over to You
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