Church Christmas Program

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A Beautiful and Meaningful Easter

We are delighted to provide a resource that will lead your family to reflect on the most important week in history—Holy Week. Easter Blocks are designed to draw your family in during the lead-up to Easter, prompting everyone in the family to wonder and worship. 

A Glass Centerpiece and Candle

The centerpiece can hold the candle (a helpful cue as you begin and end each day’s reading). Or you can repurpose the centerpiece by filling it with rocks, flowers, or anything that draws the family to the table.

12 Wooden Blocks That Tell 1 Story

Each day the family arranges 12 blocks in the tray surrounding the centerpiece. The blocks are printed with images that correspond to each devotion. 

A Refrain to Prompt Conversation

Each day's devotion finishes with a refrain that prompts the family to reflect on the many aspects of Jesus’ death and resurrection. Was Jesus a servant, a prophet, an outcast … or the One True King? 


This year our family purchased your Advent Blocks and I wish I had words enough to describe how much we loved them. Not only did our children look forward to reading and turning the blocks each day, but my husband and I came to cherish the time we put everything else aside to sit as a family. Thank you for such a wonderful tool to bring the gospel alive during the advent season. We can’t wait to see what you have in store for Easter! 

Valentine Moser

I would love to test out the Easter Blocks! We have 3 boys: ages 7, 6 and 4 and they LOVED going thru the Christmas blocks. It was the first time we did a whole devotional as a family without missing a day! (With such rambunctious boys and the crazy life we have it was great to have those blocks and they got excited about what the next symbol would be!) Thanks for a wonderful product and we would love to help test. 

Karen Windsor

Meet the team

Meet the team of people who decided to approach the Advent season differently this year. (We call ourselves the Blockheads)