The Voices of Children Call Us to Wonder and Joy

Wonder and joy are discovered when we view Christmas through the eyes of children. I hope you enjoy this refreshing version of the Christmas story as much I as did. (Thank you to the children of St. Paul’s Church in Auckland, New Zealand for this amazing video!)

I loved the sheep, the star, and the music—and the wise men, Joseph, and Mary. Which part did you like best?  Use the “Share and Enjoy” buttons at the bottom of this post to send this on to folks who need a smile today!

In Him together, Susan Gaddis

5 Responses to The Voices of Children Call Us to Wonder and Joy

  1. I like how big Mary was when she told Joseph! The sheep are adorable, as is the recalcitrant wiseman. Very precious, except I don’t remember the party thing. I think that’s still coming!

  2. I absolutely loved their accents the most!! I don’t think the video would have been the same without it.. I also enjoyed how happy the star was! Oh and ya how funny was the glow sticks for their party~~

  3. Yes, yes, Lilly, the party is coming! Yea!
    Ditto on the accents, Lorena. I do think the star may have stole the show when she motioned for the wisemen to follow her.
    Also my new favorite Christmas video ever, Mary.

  4. These children will never forget this wonderful story . . . looks like the children wrote it? Or at least were in on the production! So glad to see all over the world people are still remembering the reason for the season. My favorite part was when Mary showed Joseph her lumpy belly, he was like oh, my, well, whatever and went back to work! LOL! MEN! Reposting this! Thanks, Susan, and happy celebrating to you, and all those who read this blog! Be blessed!

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