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October 31, 2008


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My son got one of the "Jesus Loves Me" lambs for his baptism. He loves dancing along to the song and watching it sing.

Thanks for sharing this. I have been aware of Samaritan's Purse and the Christmas shoe boxes for years, but was not aware of this catalog. I like the "honor/memorial card" idea, as I can give in honor of someone else. I have done this in the past, locally, and the honorees loved it.

Well said, FMF.

So, how do you get a hard copy of the catalog? I'd love to do this, but my kids aren't quite ready for surfing the web for products.

Jeremy --

Drop them an email or call them. Here's their contact page:

I had a new idea to make Christmas more meaningful this year, and I was looking for the Samaritan's Purse Gift Catalog website when I found your post. I am sending $10 to each of my Grandchildren who are at least 4 years old (that's 8 of them, ages 4-12), and asking them to give away the money this Christmas in Jesus' name. There are no restrictions on who to give it to, but I am including a few ideas to get them started, including the Samaritan's Purse catalog URL. I was happy to see they have a special page of inexpensive gifts called "Gifts Kids Can Give." I am asking my grandkids to send me back a Star that I am enclosing with the money, with what they have done with the money written on the back, and I will keep these for my Christmas decorations. I am looking forward to seeing what they do to honor Jesus this way.

Kathy --

That's a great idea!

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