The Five Hardest People In Your Life To Shop For
The season of gift-giving (and shopping) is well underway, and if you’re anything like us, you’ve already got a lot of it covered. Now the only people left are the hardest ones to shop for.
Well, we’ve heard your cries. Here are the five hardest people in your life to shop for and what you should get them this Christmas.
The One Who Always Says They Want Nothing
We all have someone in our life who says they want nothing. Why not choose something less about want and more about need?
The gift of a Survival Pack provides food, medicine and clothing for the secret church in North Korea as they face persecution and famine.
Plus, you can upgrade your gift to a bundle for just $10 and receive a beautiful double-sided A4 print to hang up and remind your loved one of the global impact they’ve made through your gift. Honour their request while still giving them something that they’re sure to love.
Image: The gift of a Survival Pack
That Last Minute Plus One At Family Christmas
As if your cousin isn’t already hard enough to buy for, now he’s bringing a girlfriend you had no idea existed.
Luckily, you can’t go wrong with the gift of Delivering A Bible. As you share a meal together, help them share the Word of God in one of the most dangerous places in the world to follow Jesus.
It’s the gift with a truly eternal impact.
Image: The gift of Delivering a Bible
The One Who Already Has Everything
What do you buy for the person who has everything? Get them a gift that isn’t just for them.
The gift of Rebuilding Lives helps to restore the church in Iraq physically and spiritually. Years of conflict in the Middle East forced many Christians to flee. Now, many are returning home to ruins and rubble.
This gift will help repair churches and homes, as well as train leaders, to ensure that the church can reach out with the love of Jesus. Let the church’s presence be your present!
Image: The gift of Rebuilding Lives
The Savvy Businessman Of The Family
You already got him that financial advice book last year, so that’s not an option. What about a gift that promotes and encourages the skills he values?
The gift of Starting A Small Business provides loans and job training, giving persecuted Christians everything they need to generate an income and provide for their families. It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
Image: The gift of Starting a Small Business
Your Kids’ Teachers
Instead of adding another mug to their collection, give your children’s teachers (or Sunday School leaders) a gift that speaks to the way that they’ve invested into the life of your child over the year.
The gift of Children’s Ministry helps children follow Jesus all over the world, no matter the cost. By providing Bibles and education, as well as preparing them for persecution, your gift will instil in children a passion for sharing Jesus. What a way to honour your teacher’s passion for the next generation!
Image: The gift of Children's Ministry