3 Clever Christian Parenting Tools to Help Jesus and Santa Co-Exist
PackageFromSanta.com, the nation’s leading Santa-letter-package service provider, has created three unique Christmas parenting tools to help solve the increasing problem of children getting Santa and Jesus mixed-up, missing the true meaning of Christmas.
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Founder and President of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson, spoke to this ‘dilemma’ in the following excerpt of his blog post titled “Can Santa and Jesus Coexist?”:
“So this is the dilemma–Santa is fun, but Santa could be confusing. What are Christian parents to do? This is a judgment call to be made by a given family. Shirley and I chose to play the ‘Santa game’ with our kids, and we had no difficulties teaching them who Jesus was and is….But if I had to do it over, I would still let my children thrill to the excitement of Santa’s arrival down the chimney on Christmas Eve.”
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Santa Believes! To help Christian parents adeptly navigate playing the traditional ‘Santa game’ without losing the message of Christ, PackageFromSanta.com is leveraging Santa’s influence among children using three personalized tools; a call, a letter, and a Nice List Guide. Designed to support parents who are already teaching their kids about ‘who Jesus was and is,’ Santa uses these tools to share his heartfelt beliefs and affirm each child’s faithful behavior. The personalized call from Santa (iPhone/Android/Landline compatible) features the child’s name and photo on the incoming smartphone call screen and the fully customizable letter from Santa arrives in the U.S. mail from the North Pole. The Nice List Guide, arms parents with a customizable printable list to help shepherd the child’s behavior toward honoring Christ amidst the busy holiday season.
For the complete PackageFromSanta.com gift-experience (with the option of many more North Pole goodie add-ons), parents can order online choosing from three package price points starting at $14.95.