Joni's 2015 Christmas Cards Are Still Available!

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Nov. 25, 2015
  • 1 Comment

You still have time… Order your Christmas cards from Joni and Friends today! This year’s cards feature two brand new designs: 

Joni Eareckson Tada's Let Us Adore Him Christmas Card

Let Us Adore Him
An angel and two shepherd boys look toward the manger in whispered amazement. Here, Joni’s whimsical design captures the awe and anticipation of the Savior’s birth. On the card’s artistic interior, the message reads: “May this Spirit-blessed season be filled with joyous reflection on all the Father has given us in His Son… Merry Christmas!” Inside scripture is Luke 2:10.

 

Joni Eareckson Tada's Oh, Holy Night Christmas CardOh, Holy Night
Silhouetted by moonlight, three wise men from the East hurry toward Bethlehem – guided by the brilliance of the night sky. Inside message: “May Jesus’ light lead you and His joy brighten your path this Season and throughout the New Year. Merry Christmas!” Inside scripture is Acts 17:27.

 



Each box contains 15 cards and 16 gold-foiled envelopes, and your purchase helps fund Joni and Friends ministry programs. 
Order yours cards while supplies last!

The Let Us Adore Him design features an angel and two shepherd boys look toward the manger in whispered amazement. This whimsical card captures the awe and anticipation of the Savior’s birth. Inside scripture is Luke 2:10. Card front features beautifully embossed art with silver foil detail.

 
 

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Dear Joni, You should expand your business. Make cards for weddings, graduations, get-well, ect. Mike
  • Nov. 27, 2015
  • 4:54 a.m.
  • Mike Everett