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Truth Tats: The Christmas Story
Celebrating the Season of Advent with Truth Tats
Designed just for the season, Christmas Truth Tats present a new way of telling the story of Christ’s birth. Truth Tats are temporarily on your skin, permanently on your heart.
This is a five week program leading up to Christmas day, each packet of Truth Tats includes a family devotional booklet that kicks off each memory scripture of the week. The twenty accompanying Scripture tattoos are a visual way to continually applying and memorize God’s word. Each week opens with a set of four identical Scripture tattoo designs so that each family member can have his or her own tattoo! Week two, there is a new Scripture for memorization and four new tattoo designs, again identical designs so each person is memorizing the same Scripture.
For over 1,000 years Christians worldwide have been celebrating Advent, a time of spiritual preparation for the birth of Jesus Christ. The word “advent” comes from the Latin adventus meaning “coming toward”. So it is entirely appropriate that the four weeks prior to Christmas we will be preparing our hearts for His Advent.
Truth Tats are a unique way to celebrate the season as well as to “show and tell” God’s word to others. This is ideal for the classroom, family devotion time, and in personal Scripture memorization
List Price: $3.99
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEW:
I love celebrating Christ's birth and I love Bible memorization! Truth Tats are a fun way that helps me do both. I'm not a fan of tattoos but I'm okay with Truth Tats because these are temporary tattoos. It is really easy to apply Truth Tats on back of hand. I know the first week of Advent is not here yet but I tried Week 1 verse (John 8:12) Truth Tat on my right hand. It looks cool :) and it may give me opportunities to share with others about the true meaning of Christmas. I'm excited about that! I'm looking forward to using the devotional guide and Truth Tats with my family during this year's Advent. Christ-centered Advent is what we enjoy.
AND NOW...WEEK ONE OF ADVENT (Click on pictures to enlarge):