5th Annual Video Countdown to CHRISTmas starts today!

The 5th Annual Video Countdown to CHRISTmas here at Communication FUNdamentals starts today.  Music video is a powerful form of communication.  We can use it to worship, to express ourselves and to share the love of God.  My goal, again, this CHRISTmas is to help put Christ back in our CHRISTmas by sharing  25 of my most favorite CHRISTmas songs with you. This first one is a new one I discovered called Where's the Line to See Jesus?  It shares my feeling, and that of many other Christians today, that our society has commercialized this blessed holiday to the point were we don't even know what it's all about anymore. Though there are many Christmas movies during this holiday season, there are precious few CHRISTmas movies.  Most of the movies these days will acknowledge that the true meaning of CHRISTmas isn't in the gifts we give and get, but instead of sharing that Jesus is the reason for the season, they tell us that the season is all about family and giving and love and friendship. Well, it may, indeed, be about that for many, but for Christians, the reason for CHRISTmas is the Christ!  I pray the 5th Annual Video Countdown to CHRISTmas will help you keep more of Christ in your CHRISTmas this year. If you liked this article, please subscribe to our RSS feed and share the link…


  • Kellyann @ Walking Home

    Loved that and so did my three kiddos. Thanks for sharing!

  • Cindy Holman

    This is a new one to me! Thanks for sharing :)

  • JoJo

    Glad you enjoyed it Glenda. It’s a YouTube video. You can just click on the video and it’ll take you directly to the link, but I’d love it if you’d pass along my post. I’m presenting 25 of these throughout December and would love for folks to subscribe to my RSS feed so they don’t miss one.

  • Glenda Knapp Parker

    I loved the video. It was wonderful. Where can we find it? I would like that on my wall. Thank for sharing, you are so right about what Christmas has become.

  • JoJo

    Glad you enjoyed it, Dawn.

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