The Christmas Shoes DVD Giveaway!

One of my favorite Christmas movies is The Christmas Shoes, starring Kimberly Williams-Paisley and Rob Lowe. Which explains how I ended up with several copies of it. So, I am going to give one away here on Adventures of an Orthodox Mom!

If you’ve never heard of this movie, here is a clip of the song from the movie:

To enter:

01. Leave a comment telling me what you think is the most important thing to remember at Christmastime.

02. Twitter, Facebook or blog about this contest for extra entries (leave links).

03. Become a follower of this blog or Twitter.

14 thoughts on “The Christmas Shoes DVD Giveaway!

  1. The birth of baby Jesus is important to remember–but truthfully I think of family most at this time of year and of Christmases gone by and people who are no longer with us.karin56381 (at)

  2. My thought tells me that it is most important to remember…"For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life." (John 3:16)Maria Sarantis (Tarpon Springs, FL)

  3. My nameday:) Ok, that was a joke. To remember that "Christ our savior was born on Christmas day… to save us all from Satan's power when we have gone astray" to quote "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen". I am also a follower of your blog and I will hopefully get around to linking to this on either facebook or my blog! I have not watched this movie because I haven't been able to find it and I remember you mentioning it last year as one of your favorite moveis.

  4. I think the season reminds us all of loving and remembering those we care about.Also those less fortunate than us. I always think its sad that only once a year are we called upon to care for others. Peace on Earth Goodwill toward Men.

  5. We were cruising along through the Nativity Fast, saying our prayers, planning our godparent gifts, breaking the news that there would fewer presents this year than usual since the real focus is Jesus…when I got a call on Sunday evening from a friend with 8 children who found herself and her family homeless. Could we take them in for a while? So all of a sudden Christmas became about so much more – about my daughter sacrificing her room so the mom and dad could sleep in the same bed for the first time in a long time, about my son sleeping in his brother's bed, about everyone sharing toys and learning about hospitality, charity, loneliness, bringing joy. We already have 12 children and have a single mom and her 3 year old live us so for this Nativity we are now a household of 26. That's what Christmas is about for us this year – saying yes when all the other inns are full….

  6. I JUST watched this movie this week because you recommended it! It was good. Reading what "Just Mairs" wrote is really touching…I need to open my home up to those in need!!!

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