Merry Christmas from Exponent!

“Nativity” by Brian Kershisnik

Merry Christmas from all of us here at Exponent!

You may have noticed our social media feed participating in the #LightTheWorld campaign by posting old posts on various Christmas themes.  I’ve gathered them all here in one post.  If you’re feeling dark or down this Christmas season, these posts may help you feel light and inspired!

The Christmas nativity story is a parable about how we can #LightTheWorld by giving of ourselves.

As you #LightTheWorld by giving drink to those who are thirsty, enjoy this desert Christmas poem.

“What would you be brave enough to do if the Savior were standing next to you, cheering you on?” #LightTheWorld

How will you #LightTheWorld on the upcoming Sabbath Christmas Eve? Here’s a Sabbath Christmas memory.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by healing someone’s pain. Love thy neighbor as thyself.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas. Thank your mom. Here’s a mother’s nativity poem.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by not judging others. The story of Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer teaches this message.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by suffering the little children to come unto you…especially the little children who are suffering.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by loving your enemies. Live the gospel of peace.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by becoming an organ donor.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by searching the scriptures. Consider these thoughts on the Christmas story by a friend of another faith, Rev. Dorothy Lee.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by taking in a stranger. Remember that the Christ child was an immigrant.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by blessing those who are mourning due to recent tragedies.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by doing unto others as you would have done unto you. Honor their ethnicity as you honor your own.

“For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” #LightTheWorld

#LightTheWorld this Christmas with mercy. How do you show compassion?

#LightTheWorld this Christmas. Follow the examples of Mary, Elizabeth and Anna as you care for those in need.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas through worship. Enjoy the traditions of our own faith and others.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by forgiving someone.

#LightTheWorld and rejoice! It’s almost Christmas! Here’s our Christmas playlist.

She who has the most stuff does not #LightTheWorld more! Let’s avoid Christmas materialism.

#LightTheWorld this Christmas by feeding the hungry. Here’s another way to think of the miracle of the loaves and fishes.


Liz is a reader, writer, wife, mother, gardener, social worker, story collector, cookie-maker, and hug-giver.

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