Christmas is a time of joy, celebration, and family. But it can also be a time of stress, busyness, and materialism. If you’re looking for a way to slow down and focus on the true meaning of the season, journaling is a great way to do it. 

Journaling can help you reflect on your faith, deepen your relationship with God, and appreciate the gifts of Christmas. It can also be a creative outlet and a way to capture your memories of the holidays. 

Here are 15 Christian Christmas journaling prompts to get you started: 

1. What is your favorite Christmas tradition and why? 

2. What does the birth of Jesus mean to you? 

3. What are you grateful for this Christmas? 

4. What are some ways you can share the love of Christ with others this season? 

5. What is one thing you want to remember from this Christmas season? 

6. How can you make your Christmas more Christ-centered? 

7. Read the Christmas story in the Bible (Luke 2:1-20). What verses stand out to you the most? 

8. Write a letter to Jesus telling him what you’re thankful for. 

9. What are some ways you can serve others this Christmas? 

10. Write a poem or song about Christmas. 

11. What are your favorite Christmas carols and why? 

12. How can you make Christmas more meaningful for your family? 

13. How can you simplify your Christmas season and focus on what truly matters? 

14. What are your favorite Christmas memories? 

15. Create a Christmas wish list filled with spiritual desires, such as growing closer to God, serving others, or developing a particular virtue. 

In addition to journaling, there are many other ways to make your Christmas more Christ-centered.

Here are a few ideas: 

  • Attend church services and events. 
  • Read the Bible, especially the Christmas story. 
  • Listen to Christmas music. 
  • Donate to charities that help those in need. 
  • Volunteer your time to help others. 
  • Spend time with family and friends. 
  • Create a Christ-centered Christmas tradition. 

I hope these prompts and ideas help you have a blessed and meaningful Christmas season. 

Additional Tips for Christian Christmas Journaling 

  • Set aside some time each day to journal. 
  • Find a quiet place where you can relax and focus. 
  • Pray before you begin journaling. 
  • Be honest and open with yourself. 
  • Don’t worry about being perfect. 
  • Most importantly, have fun! 

Journaling is a great way to connect with God and reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. I encourage you to give it a try this season. 

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11 Comments

  1. Dear Paula, may your Christmas be filled with joy and peace knowing how much Jesus adores you. Thank you for the generous opening of your online home week in and out. You have the gift of hospitality and are using your place to its fullest capacity. What a joy to visit and to give and receive encouragement, friend. Let’s see what God does in ’24!

    1. Linda, thank you for this heartfelt note. This touched me so. I love hosting all of you, it’s my pleasure and honor to do so.

  2. Great ideas–thank you!

  3. Hi, Paula. The Good Lord works in mysterious ways. As I mentioned on your The Advent Narrative, my 2024 New Year’s resolution is to join a weekly Bible study group. This post is definitely one I will come back to and review, bookmark for reference. You have given so many wonderful and valuable ideas.
    I appreciate your visit and participation at Gma’sPhoto ge•ner•ic Linkup Party #12.
    Merry Christmas!

    1. Thank you Debbie. And it’s my pleasure to visit at your place.

  4. Excellent prompts! Hope you have a happy and blessed Christmas season!

  5. These are some fabulous prompts!

  6. Paula,
    Thanks so much for stopping by and for your kind words…I am glad that Joe’s outfit gave you a chuckle…I was laughing hysterically…Merry Christmas to you and your family….Our Christmas will be low key as my son and DIL will be at home resting so she can make it to the target date for the twins to be born in about a week….I am excited but worried and will feel better once all 3 are healthy and safe….
    Hugs,
    Deb

  7. Those are some great journaling prompts! Merry Christmas!

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