Last week’s Song of Stars Live Christmas Party with Sally Lloyd-Jones was such a joy that I’m still thinking about it!
Sally read her new Song of the Stars Christmas storybook and answered questions from our online party guests. Also, we watched Christmas song performances from a sleigh-full of Sally’s talented musician friends.
Now you can watch those song performances from the party, plus some bonus videos we didn’t show, if you visit the Zonderkidz Song of the Stars Video Playlist.
(You will find performances from Jason Gray, Ellie & Drew Holcomb, Katy Bowser & Kenny Hutson, Randall Goodgame, and a lot more…)
2 Highlights from the Song of the Stars Party
1. Cutest Moment
Two-year-old Carter McCracken sings “Happy Birthday” to Jesus. Sweeter than any Christmas cookie, this video is guaranteed to bring you tears of joy:
2. Most Captivating Moment
As Sally read Song of the Stars, the story and pictures helped me see Christmas with a child’s eyes again. I felt like one of the animals on this page:
“The One who made us has come to live with us,” the animals say. Like them, I became awed over Christ’s birth. While the incarnation is rich with mystery, it also presents a crystal clear picture of the lengths God will go to in order to love us and take care of us.
I’ll leave you with Sally’s parting speech from the party:
“Just think… ‘The One who made us has come to live with us.’ What an incredible story we’re part of. How wonderful we have a God who loves us so much that he came to rescue us. So… I hope your Advent is filled with the wonder of this story that even the angels don’t tire of.”
With Sally Lloyd-Jones and my coworkers, I wish you a Happy Christmas!
- Adam Forrest, Zondervan Internet Team
About Song of the Stars: A Christmas Story
The Song of the Stars, written by best-selling author Sally Lloyd-Jones and illustrated by Alison Jay, is a Christmas book that explores the joy and excitement and celebration in all of creation at the coming of Jesus. Learn More
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