Each year at Christmas, your children have grown, and they’re ready to establish a deeper, more personal understanding of the message of the Promised Child. But even the most beautiful and familiar picture books often focus on facts, leaving Christian parents with a gap to fill. What will engage the bright and curious minds of elementary-aged boys and girls to interact with the coming of the King in a personal way? How can you guide your children to move beyond recitation of a familiar story and into a thoughtful consideration of its meaning in their lives? The Night the Angels Got Lost retells a familiar story through the first-hand experience of a young shepherdess. Connect with your kids on a deeper level this Christmas as you join young Abigail on the hills outside of Bethlehem. Enjoy a cup of cocoa and snuggle by the fireplace, using this resource to inspire imagination and encourage thoughtful discussion as a family. Open your children’s eyes this Christmas to the possibility of a personal encounter with the One the angels heralded: the waited-for, hoped-for Promised Child.