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‘Tis the season to bless others with gifts from the heart.
We know you also like to choose gifts that represent the heart of God. You search for items that are thoughtful, full of the meaning, and representative of Jesus’ presence in the world.
With that in mind, we’d like to offer our 2022 guide to gifts that will bless both receiver, giver, and sometimes, people around the globe!
Seven Weeks Coffee
For the coffee lover on your list, there’s no better gift than a bag of organically farmed coffee grown in Ethiopia. Especially one from a company that donates 10 percent of every sale to pregnancy centers across the nation!
Seven Weeks Coffee was created with this vision: “Our mission is to promote Godly values, provide excellent coffee, and protect every beating heart.” They report that they’ve raised over $40,000 in just one year for centers nationwide.
You can choose from single source coffee like the Medium Roast – Single Origin with 47 five-star reviews for $18.99 for 12oz. or the Faith Blend – Dark Roast (farmed from “specialty coffee farms throughout Sidama and Guji, Ethiopia”) for $16.99 for 12oz.
Contribute to businesses across the globe, help support pregnancy centers, and enjoy a rich cup of coffee. Win-win!
“One Year Devotional ‘Mission Impossible'” by Tim Tebow
It’s time for a new devotional for just about everyone on your list. You, too? Pick one up for your college student, pastor, neighbor, and one for yourself as well.
Tim posted his prayer for this book on his Instagram page, “My hope and prayer is that it will be a tool that helps you spend more time with God, and learn more about Him and yourself every day, so that you can make each day count.”
Join the former NFL player in his mission to “inspire others to be intentional about standing for Jesus.” The devotional retails for around $16.59.
“My Pregnancy Devotional Journal” by Kytia L’amour
Ideal for the expectant moms on your list, “My Pregnancy Devotional Journal: 40 Weeks of Reflection and Prayer for You and Your Baby” was written by Kytia L’Amour and retails for around $10.79.
Kytia’s mission is “Encouraging others to live in freedom and find their true identity in Christ.”
It’s so crucial for expectant moms to ground their identity in Christ and this devotional can be the catalyst for that at this tender time in their lives.
Kytia shares her powerful testimony about God’s blessing of a book deal for this journal on YouTube. You’ll be inspired by her words and this gift will inspire the pregnant mom on your Christmas list!
“Grace and Lace”
Do you believe that out of our greatest tragedies can come our greatest victories?
In 2010, Melissa Hinnant faced a medical crisis five months along in her pregnancy. After spending two weeks in the hospital hoping to avoid an early delivery, sadly she gave birth to her little girl whose lungs were not developed enough to survive. The Lord took her straight to heaven.
While in the hospital, Melissa had been sewing up a storm to cope. Her passion for sewing continued to grow after the loss of her daughter and “Grace and Lace” was created.
Beyond beautiful clothing, the owners of Grace and Lace decided to send support around the world. Here’s the story of their partnership in their own words.
“In 2013, we made the decision to partner with Angel House, where a portion of every sale would go toward building orphanages in India to house 50 orphans each. The response to our brand has far exceeded our expectations, and as a result we were able to build two orphanages in the summer of 2014 and another five in 2015, taking a total of around 160 orphans off the street between them all!
“In 2016 we became directors for a school in India that houses over 400 male orphans. In 2017 we opened our first Freedom Home, which saved 65 girls from the horrors of trafficking. In 2019 we opened 5 more orphanages.”
GIFTS YOU WON’T FIND ON OTHER HOLIDAY GUIDES:
Gift your time: Our time is so precious and valuable. Gifting someone your full attention can go a lot further than buying them something material.
Gift of service: Offer to babysit your friends’ kids so they can have a date night. Offer to clean someone’s house if they just had surgery or just welcomed a new baby into their family. Or here’s an idea: Go spend time with a resident of a nursing home. You may be the only visitor they see this season.
Gift of words: Write a letter describing what that special someone has meant to you and all you value about them. Or invite them to coffee and tell them face-to-face.
Too often, we only hear kind words about ourselves at endings — retirements, moves, or job changes. Make it a Christmas tradition to let the people in your life know how much they mean to you and use words!
Start blessing instead of impressing with your gifts.
Merry Christmas and happy gifting!