Sometimes we’re quick to downplay traditions, but meaningful traditions can be a good thing. They can help keep our faith alive! And most of us have many traditions, although we may not think of them as such. For example, most people place an evergreen tree (fake or real) in their house in December—a visual reminder of the Christmas season. One thing we do as a family is sing Christmas carols. There’s nothing like singing about the birth of our Savior! Local churches also have traditions that mark the time and guide us on our faith journey. For example: the annual Sunday School Christmas program—a meaningful Advent tradition that engages our children in ministry and prepares us for Christmas. So, what are some of your Christmas traditions? What can you do as an individual and/or family to prepare for and celebrate the birth of the Savior?