Sometimes buying gifts for a Christian friend can be hard. But when you keep in mind their interests and hobbies purchasing items can be a little easier. Hopefully, this list of 5 Christmas Gift Ideas for the Christian Friend will help in coming up with ideas for you to consider.
5 Gift Ideas for Christian Friends
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A Journaling Bible and supplies – journaling Bibles are very popular with some right now. Just be sure to get a single column Bible so there will be enough room for design. The supply list for Bible journaling is amazing – pens, pencils, markers, watercolors, stamps, and ink pads.
Nativity scene – I have a friend who collects nativity scenes; her collection is amazing. What better gift could you give a friend at Christmas?
Willow Tree Figurines – these are beautiful while yet not overly showy. I have The Angel of Learning that was given to me while teaching school; it has a special place on my table with my old books. A perfect gift!
Calendar – calendars are the perfect gift idea. Everyone needs them and uses them whether at home or at work.
Jewelry – I think jewelry is a fantastic gift idea. Whether you are looking for gold, sterling silver, or mixed metals. Your friend will be happy. (This is a friend’s company. I highly recommend her, she has made several pieces for me and I can’t say enough about them.)
Home Baked Goodies – I know what you’re thinking, but in reality any friend would love a container of goodies made by you. While the gift may only be temporary, it will be something they enjoy and won’t have to worry about dusting later on.
As I mentioned at the top, think about their interests and hobbies. Receiving knitting tools, yarn, or something to be used in the kitchen would thrill me. I’m sure your friend will be happy with what you give them.
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Are you shopping for friends this holiday season?