Last year I created free Jesse Tree clipart ornaments for Healthy Family readers. They are still available to use and share. Use them during the month of December to celebrate Advent with your family. Several readers have asked me if I’d add to the collection I created last year. Your suggestions and heartfelt encouragement have nudged me to create another simple ornament for the 2013 Advent season. Feel free to use this simple cartoon clipart image of Abraham’s tent in place of or in addition to the other December 5 ornament already created last year.
If you are new to Jesse Tree, check out my previous post that explains this very old advent tradition and offers the entire collection of free Jesse Tree clipart ornaments. Use them to remind yourself and your family about the true meaning of Christmas, the lineage of Jesus, and the miracle of his birth. It’s all free. Please share it with your friends and family, too. We’ve had quite a positive response from moms, grandparents, and Sunday school teachers who’ve all used these ornaments when working with kids.
Abraham’s Tent: another Free Jesse Tree Clipart for 2013
Are you also looking for ways to teach the devotionals that go along with our full collection of 26 Jesse Tree ornaments? You’ll find many resources in both books and on the web. I’ve linked to a handful here. Please let me know if you have additional resources to share. Next year I hope to add an easy to use downloadable devotional book that will compliment these ornaments.
- The Reformed Church in America has daily devotions for Jesse Tree for families to read and discuss together.
- The Catholic Register has a PDF booklet with verses for families to read and discuss together.
- If you are looking for a devotional book, check out The Advent Jesse Tree. This book can be downloaded onto your Kindle or purchased as a book.
- Another devotional resource for Jesse Tree can be found at an archived page about Jesse Trees.