Random Acts of

Christmas is such a wonderful time of year. It is a time for family and friends. I love going to parties, hanging out, and shopping for loved ones. Thinking of the perfect gifts to let the special people in your life know how much you care is such fun! It seriously brings me joy to know that I have purchased or made something that will be cherished or enjoyed by others.

Christmas isn’t just about presents, shopping, friends, and family. It’s about celebrating the meaning of Christmas. The birth of Jesus Christ and what that means in each of our own lives. I think that sometimes in the hustle & bustle of it all, we get confused on what we are celebrating. I know that for young children it can even be harder since they aren’t able to really come up with presents for others, or can’t focus beyond the point of getting presents.

When I found this post, I knew that it had to be shared. It is wonderful and I hope that you take the time to read it because it has wonderful points and things to think about. It also has amazing printables including 50 Random Acts of Kindness that you can do while you are out and about this holiday season, plus room to create your own. There are so many wonderful things that have already been created for you to use and print off and they are so cute. The whole idea is to share this with everyone. This has been a focus and has grown from year to year. Seriously what an amazing idea and goal that they are sharing with everyone, and what a great message for this holiday season. Check out Light of Mine to see the amazing ideas for you to use to create your own acts of kindness.

It had me so  inspired that  I already printed off all my copies so that I can get everything ready for our 25 days of Christmas this year which will be focusing on other people every day. It makes me excited because this is something that can become a yearly tradition in my family since it focuses on the values of service. There are even coloring pages for the kids and ideas for the classroom. Wow! Seriously so many wonderful ideas on how to make the holidays about everyone else and being kind to others.


Now don’t get me wrong. Christmas is such a great time and family and friends are awesome. It is so nice to feel the love and share with others. But this pushes us to think about some different things and also poses as a great tool to show our children what the true meaning of Christmas is and how we should treat others at the same time. Plus this can be done at any time of the year, not just Christmas.

About the Author: Lisa P.

I love my family and enjoy all of the little things. My husband is my best friend and we enjoy doing many things together. We love trips, playing games, watching movies, and hanging out with the kids. I enjoy crafting, taking pictures, and being outdoors.

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  1. hey everyone! it’s courtney from Lil Light O’ Mine! Thanks so much for joining with me to spread so much love and kindness around this holiday season and beyond. So happy that the tools are useful for you. Be sure to post photos and stories to Facebook – to inspire others with your ideas and get more friends on this train. 🙂 Merry Christmas! Hooray for GIVING over GETTING!

  2. My daughter found that link on pinterest and suggested we do it for 25 days of Christmas. She’s 14 and my son is 12, so what a great opportunity to get them to really know how Blessed our family is and how it’s important to give back and share God’s love. She wanted to do some on the list and find some on her own, so we looked in our local paper under community to see who/want was going on in our community.
    3 things really stuck out at us:
    -We have a boys home in the community and they were asking for people to sponsor part of b-day party, so we’re going to do the cake for the party.
    -A Breast Cancer Support group meets every Tuesday at our local hospital, so we are going to make some cards and drop them off at the hospital to be given to the group when the come on Tuesday – I happened to have a rubber stamp set that had been in support of Breast Cancer.
    -Mothers of Preschoolers meet 1 time a month and let their kids do crafts, so we are going to take a craft kit to them.
    Sorry for the long post,but my kids got me so excited about doing this!

  3. I’m ALWAYS looking for ways to get my kiddos focused on giving instead of getting around the holidays! Thank you for sharing this- I’m so excited!

  4. Our family is super excited to participate in Light Em Up! this year. The list of 100 ideas had plenty that we could do even on a super small budget and I love that. Thanks for sharing it here with your readers.