It might not seem like evangelism but it is. Our kids need to hear the Good News as much as any stranger on the street. They are being bombarded with false descriptions of the meaning of Christmas and it is now more than ever that they need to hear the real meaning of Christmas. You wouldn't believe how many college students we meet each year that grew up in Christian families but have never heard the Gospel. You could intentionally share the gospel by changing things up a bit and watching "A Charlie Brown Christmas" together (get it free here), telling them the real story of Santa and the significance of candy canes but most importantly just making it a point to go over the Christmas story with them from the Gospels. Make sure to discuss the significance of Christ's birth and why He had to come, live, die and be risen to pay the price for our sins so each of us could have peace with God. What a great celebration. So whether they're your kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews or just youngsters that happen to be celebrating with you, make sure to share the gospel with them this Christmas! Don't miss the other easy Christmas evangelism ideas and have a Merry "God came down in human flesh and saved us from our sins" day!