Names of Christ Advent Devotional from A Lively Hope

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Christmas is right around the corner, can you believe it? Christmas is my favorite time of year, but it always is a very busy time as well. It’s a time we hurry from store to store shopping for presents, we attend school concerts and parties, but more importantly it’s a time that we hopefully take time to focus on Christ and the real reason for the season. Today, I am sharing a wonderful advent devotional to help you center your Christmas on Christ this year.

Heidi Hillman, from A Lively Hope created this amazing ‘Names of Christ Advent Devotional’. This devotional includes 24 hand drawn ornaments, and corresponding hand-lettered Names of Christ.  Each day of advent, you’ll read a short excerpt of scriptures taken directly from the KJV Bible.  Each short story highlights a different name of Jesus Christ. Heidi has also included discussion questions for each day to help you really dive deep and understand the meaning of each of the names.

The ornaments are GREAT! Heidi has done such a fabulous job drawing each one. My kids are really into drawing and coloring, so these will be such a fun activity for them. PLUS we’ll be learning and focusing on Christ.


The Names of Christ you’ll be studying include:
Prince of Peace
The Lamb of God
Jesus of Nazareth
Light of the World
The Bread of Life
The True Vine
Alpha and Omega
Bright and Morning Star
The Living Water
The Son of David
The Word
King of the Jews
The Good Shepherd
The Carpenter
Only Begotten
The Branch
Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God
Son of the Highest

Names of Christ Advent Devotional

Here’s how it works:

First, you will need to purchase Heidi’s ‘Names of Christ Advent Devotional’. Just click the button below to purchase. 🙂

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Or enter to win your very own at the bottom of this post.



Once you have your Names of Christ Advent Devotional…PRINT it!

You can print the whole thing or just print the last 8 pages, which are the ornaments.

Every day from December 1-24, read the assigned scripture verses and discuss them. Use the discussion questions in the outline as a guide for in-depth personal study or family conversations about Christ. As you read the scriptures have the children color their own ornament.

When you’re done and the ornaments are all colored, cut them out. Each ornament has two pieces: the name of Christ and the design. Cut the two pieces for the day and glue them together (right sides facing out) with ribbon or string in between to form an ornament. Hang the ornaments in a prominent place to help you focus on the beautiful gift we celebrate in this holy season.

I also thought it would be cute to make a bunting/banner with the ornaments. You could hang it somewhere in your home or string it around the tree! I’ve seen some really cute circle buntings where they sewed circles together…this would be so cute to do something like that!

Be sure to visit Heidi’s blog, A Lively Hope, to see her blog post about her Advent Devotional.

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I am so excited to do this with our family this year. Would you like to begin this tradition for your family as well? Heidi wants to give 2 Little LDS Ideas readers their very own copy of her ‘Names of Christ Advent Devotional’. YAY!

Here’s what you need to know to enter! At the bottom of this post you will see a Rafflecopter widget. You can choose to do one or all entries. The more you do, the better your chances are of winning! There are things like visit A Lively Hope on Facebook, Pin an image on Pinterest, Share this AWESOME giveaway, and more. Just click on the widget to enter!

This giveaway will end Sunday, November 29th at 11:59 pm (MST). The winners will be notified the following day by email.


I want to thank Heidi for allowing me to host this great giveaway for her. AND thank you for creating this amazing devotional! I know it took a lot of work, but it’s beautiful and it will help so many families focus on Christ this holiday season.

Be sure to stop by Heidis Etsy Shop, HERE, to take a look at the other items in her shop. And visit her blog, A Lively Hope, HERE! Heidi has some great General Conference doodles that I used this past General Conference, be sure to take a look at those. 🙂

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Good Luck, and I hope you have a wonderful day.



Hi! I’m Sheena, the blogger behind Little LDS Ideas. I love sharing LDS Ideas and printables to help make your life and calling a little bit easier. I am a mother to 4 and a wife to one amazing guy. In addition to being busy with blogging and being a wife/mother, I am also in school. Studying and homework keeps me busy, but I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by! ♥


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  1. Catherine Petersen

    What a beautiful way to teach the Saviors birth throughout the entire month!! And teach about HIM!

  2. Ashley C.

    We read scriptures at night together as a family. At Christmas time, instead of our usual study we focus on scriptures about the Savior – especially his teachings and miracles. It is a simple but powerful way to keep Christ in Christmas.

  3. Lauren

    As we set up our Christmas Nativity we read the Christmas story account in Luke 2. We also read it again on Christmas morning before opening presents. It helps us to remember why we are celebrating.

  4. Cindy

    We read Luke 2 Christmas eve and have a small program with songs and stories. What a neat idea this advent is.

  5. judi

    Perfect reminder of why we celebrate. Thank you.

  6. Michelle Waite

    Both my parents are from Germany so we have adopted many German traditions into my own family. Our favorite is putting our shoes out for (St. Nickolaus) Santa to fill. We put them out on the night of the 5th and wake up to see goodies and an ornament if we have been good, or coal orpotatoes if we have been bad. I will always remember my dad joking about putting out his biggest pair of shoes so he could get the most goodies and he always got potatoes!

  7. Tara W

    We always read Luke 2 as a family the night before Christmas. We also received an ornament to put on our tree that represented something special about the year.

  8. Monica

    What a perfect addition to our Christmas traditions!

  9. Monica

    What a perfect addition to our Christmas traditions! My kids love acting out the nativity on Christmas Eve.

  10. Stacy

    My daughter learned a song in primary all about the names of the Savior. It is so beautiful. This would be such a great way to help our children learn and understand more about the Savior’s role in our lives.

  11. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this! I was looking for scripture advent and this will be the perfect one! THank you so much for creating something so beautiful that my kids will LOVE! They are 9 and 5 and they color ALL THE TIME! Not an understatement! haha

  12. Alicia

    What a wonderful idea!

  13. Mandi r

    This is such a great idea!!

  14. Mandi r

    I love watching Christmas movies each night and drinking hot chocolate. Along with reading from the scriptures and remembering the true meaning of Cheistmas.

  15. Kristi R.

    My favorite tradition is getting a family ornament each year – I hang them on a wreath over the fire place instead of on the tree so that we can see them better. Since we are up to 24 ornaments now – last year I had to add another wreath.

  16. Lauren

    This looks amazing! I try and make sure we slow down in December (while the rest of the world seems to go so fast!) and take time to be together and talk about what really matters. Would love to add this!