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7 meaningful gifts for your ministering families and friends


Looking for a simple way to let your ministering friends and families know you're thinking of them this holiday season? Check out some of these great gift ideas:

Names of Christ Ornaments

Each ornament, perfect for splitting up and gifting, features a name of the Savior. Names include: Redeemer, Prince of Peace, Lord of Lords, Messiah, Holy One, Good Shepherd, Immanuel, Beloved, Savior, Only Begotten.

Cozy Christmas Socks

These thick, cozy socks will keep you warm all season.

‘The Gift of Knowing Him’ Booklet

As a child, Elder Dale G. Renlund's family had a tradition: his father and mother would read the Christmas story from Luke 2 and bear their testimony of who that babe in Bethlehem was and what He would grow up to accomplish. Most important was the challenge they offered for Elder Renlund to learn it, too.

Lion House Roll Mix

The perfect gift for family and friends, pick up a box or two for anytime dining or holiday gifts. With easy, helpful hints included in the box, just add a little water, butter, egg, and yeast, and lion house rolls will become famous at your family dinner table.

Christmas Piano: All Is Calm

The perfect gift, these ten Christmas classics are arranged for solo piano with light orchestration to create a feeling of peace and calm. Let these heartfelt arrangements be your soundtrack to cozy up by the fire surrounded by friends and family this season.

Diorama Nativity

Celebrate this season with a simple Christmas diorama nativity. This nativity is made of thick paper, so it’s foldable and collapsible, making it the perfect gift for a missionary or someone who travels often and wants to remember the reason for the season. Celebrate the birth of Christ this Christmas in the simplest of ways, and give a gift that’s easy for those you love to use year after year.

Rejoice in Christ Print

Bring a reminder of the joy and peace the gospel brings into your home and share with your friends. This 5''x 7'' print of the piece "Rejoice in Christ" by artist Kate Lee is a wonderful representation of the "good tidings of great joy" expressed at the birth of our Savior that should carry through to how we think about his life, miracles, gospel, and Atonement.

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