A Christian Guide to Secret Santa Gifts

Hey! Its Christmas! Well its nearly Christmas, and over the coming weeks there will be all the Christmas things that this time of year brings. Is one of these things for you, Secret Santa? What would make the perfect Christian Secret Santa gift?

The rule is it has to be cheap… and they have to be very Christian…

Here’s what The Sofa found for a guide to Christian Secret Santa gifts – affiliate links are contained in the below post.

The Christian Secret Santa Gift Guide

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The Jesus Will Die For Me Notebook.

Perfect for people who want a notebook that looks a bit like a Bible, but also want to say that Jesus loves them.

Found on Amazon

The Hopeful Bible Mug

Encourage someone to have coffee and Biblical hope. Afterall, “coffee hope” doesn’t last on its own.

Amazon Link.

A Stocking filler!

Seriously. The product calls this a stocking filler. How much more Santa can you get??

Read it for yourself on Amazon.

Creepy Holy Family Decoration.

I may have seen more then enough Doctor Who episodes, but does anyone else find this “Holy Family Hanging Ornament” kinda… creepy?

I mean… they have no faces…

With apologies to Mrs Sofa for including this. (She’s a fan, and thinks I’m weird for being creeped out by them)

Get your own creepy family. They are quite cheap.

An Amazon voucher.

Just get your Secret Santa person an amazon voucher.

It doesn’t need to be for much. It could just be for 99p.

They could buy themselves this book for the Kindle.

And thats just a sample!

What cheap Christian gift would you give someone?

Not like I’m looking for any ideas or anything…

Why Christmas?

Christmas.
Its a mad time really, full of dashing around making sure everyone is happy, but have you ever wondered about some of what we do at Christmas, such as:

  • Why do we have Christmas Trees?
  • Why bother sending Christmas Cards to each other?
  • Who on earth is Father Christmas anyway?
  • Where did this all start?

The WhyChristmas website aims to answer these questions of the season and many more, and worth checking out.

Weekly Round Up: The Better Then Last Weeks Edition

Right. After last weeks attack of the downer. Heres this weeks roundup:

In the Blogging world, Sara Batts looks how she see’s herself verses how people see her in church, while in the week that England drop out of a world cup before it even begins Jon Butler looks at sports fans in the Bible. On a Christmas theme; Richard Littledale asks preachers if they focus on both joy and suffering at Christmas time, looking at suffering, Bishop Nick Bains asks if Christians are suffering from a persecution complex?

And lastly… A brother asks “Wheres Molly?”