A Christmas Project

Happy Monday, everyone, and Merry Christmas! It’s hard to believe Christmas is THIS WEEK!

Life has been a whirlwind here. In the midst of it, there was a need to help a friend on a sewing project to make bags for a ministry + program at our church for kids. Abby and Bethany jumped in and helped on a Sunday afternoon.  In addition, Anna Marie and her girls said they could as well. It was a team Maxwell effort! Even when life is busy, it’s wonderful to just take time to pitch in for a project.

What kinds of Christmas projects are you all up to? I’d love to hear!

“And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold,
I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people (Luke 2:10)”.

14 thoughts on “A Christmas Project”

  1. Praise God I see AnnaMaries shinning smiling face! Thank God for answered prayers!
    Merry Christmas Maxwell’s! Jesus loves us all, Cecile

  2. I have been knitting socks, scarves, and hats for my family and friends. I finished the last of them last night. So, I get to breathe and give my tired hands a break while I enjoy this week.
    Okay, in reality I’ll start another project tonight. Knitting makes me feel productive in my free time.

  3. Dear Sarah,

    Can you please post a picture of the final product? Would love to see what the pursue looks like finished. Has your family thought about knitting bears for the Mother Bear Project? The bears are sent to children in Africa. It is something you can do year around. Finally, did your family do Operation Christmas Child this year? Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    1. I’ll try to get a picture to post later. I myself don’t knit. 🙂 We didn’t do Operation Christmas Child this year due to multiple reasons. We missed it! I would have enjoyed working in the warehouse, too, but it didn’t work out either.

  4. I’d love to know more about the project! Sometimes you post things that make me so curious and intrigued! What kind of bags? What will the kids use them for? Maybe this is an idea I can use!

    She selects wool and flax
    and works with eager hands.

  5. My latest project is Little Free Library. These little boxes have popped up in neighborhoods throughout the United States as a way to share and trade books. After Christmas last year, I bought a bunch of copies of the children’s book, “The First Christmas Story” at Dollar Tree. This month, I’ve enjoyed delivering them to Little Free Libraries throughout my city. In the summer I look at garage sales for Bible storybooks and other books to share at these neighborhood “libraries” throughout the year.

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