Light the World. Daily service in December. Anyone can join in. Initiated and supported by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
I tell you more about Light the World in this year’s post with my fun idea you can download and use for free. One day in December, take a little time to thank someone for lighting up your world. Who is that someone who has made a difference to you? Send them a postcard, a text, or a note on social media. I promise it will make their day.
What else can you do to serve? I have some pretty creative friends in my blogging community, and I’d like to share their FREE, fabulous ideas:
My friend Emily at Hey Friend Design Shop offers some fun things for your children. She has a service calendar, bingo, and thank-you cards.
Mariel is the mother of seven children. No wonder she shares such fabulous coloring pages to keep them (and yours) busy doing good things. Visit One She Two She to download and use them.
BeckySquire.com offers five tips for teaching about service in the home. Her insights will help you to make year-round service a priority.
Kim at Life’s Journey to Perfection has a complete bingo package for #LightTheWorld and a family activity idea. Color and b/w printables available.
JamieGJohnson.com offers this beautiful watercolor printable. Add a candle each day for each act of service completed in December.
Megan at LovePrayTeach.com offers this Come, Follow Me/Light the World Family Home Evening packet. Just download and print.
Chrissy always offers beautiful printables at TeepeeGirl.com. Her daughter faced a truly scary health challenge this summer, and this scripture brought their family comfort.
Alia at PartyLikeaCherry.com is sharing her popular lunch-box cards with us. They’re sure to brighten your child’s day at school this holiday season.
Melanie at PlanforAwesome.com has a fun idea that’s especially helpful if you’re following the calendar. December 3 is the day suggested to donate blood. But what if you can’t? Donate treats to our troops instead!
Be sure to pin this post for future reference. Happy Holidays!
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