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5 Great Christmas Gift Ideas: A Reformed Gift Guide!

5 Great Christmas Gift Ideas: A Reformed Gift Guide!

This sponsored post was prepared by Missional Wear

Christmas is almost here with only about a month left to prepare. With so many things to do around the holidays, the pressure to come up with gift ideas and then go out shopping can add to an already stressful time of year. My friends at Missional Wear have been hard at work creating new premium quality goods that you will be proud to give as gifts to the theologian in your life this year. They have kindly curated five of the best reformed theology gift ideas that are sure to bring big smiles on Christmas morning! So without further ado…

1. Double Walled Tumblers

Everyone on your list will be delighted to receive a high quality piece of drink ware that is both beautiful and will actually keep their beverage cold. Turn an average tumbler into something amazing by picking your favorite design to be laser etched on the front. These 30 oz premium tumblers are double wall insulated and vacuum sealed to efficiently keep cold drinks cold and warm drinks warm. The matte black powder coating provides stunning contrast against the stainless steel tumbler so that your design of choice will shine. Each is a stunning work of art and phenomenal gift choice for anyone!

2. Etched Moleskine Journals

Surprise the writer, artist, doodler or to-do list keeper in your life with a journal that they will use every day. Each high quality Moleskine Cahier journal can be customized with your choice of color, paper type and design to create a gift that is unique and special. They are great for sermon and devotional note taking and a companion to the new Bible covers. These are a customer top pick and have been a smash hit!

3. Bistro Coffee Mugs

This coming year marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation! Proudly commemorate this special occasion with new items featuring this beautiful design. Our premium bistro coffee mugs and travel tumblers look sharp and are large enough to handle your morning coffee needs. If you are stuck on ideas, these are sure to win the day with beauty and style points. There are many options to choose from, so be sure to check out the entire collection.

4. Bible Covers

Our newest design celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther and his unwavering commitment to sola scriptura. When challenged to recant publicly his beliefs he stood firm and declared, “my conscience is held captive to the word of God.” This new logo pairs perfectly with our new collection of Bible covers. The high quality workmanship of each cover is sure to impress with elegant individuality. Plus, it’s just large enough to fit a hardcover edition of The Reformation Study Bible!

5. Apparel

Missional Wear is home to the largest selection of wearable theology goods anywhere! For many years we have blazed the trail by offering a wide selection and a high level of personalization. You can see our newest and most popular designs here. The Faces of the Church series allows you to pick your favorite theologian and even add your favorite quote to the back! All designs are available in tees, long sleeve, hoodies, sweatshirts and more!

Still Not Sure?

There are so many great products that it can sometimes be hard to decide. It can be a bit overwhelming, we know. If you are still stuck after looking over the entire catalog of products it may be best to pick up a gift certificate. If that is what you need, we offer both digital and physical certificates. For a limited time readers can receive $5 off a $50 purchase using code “CHALLIES”.


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