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Below is some Christian Faith-Based ideas that we can incorporate in your visit or event. Santa honors and respects diversities in faith and does not promote any specific Christian religion. Please note: Our faith-based options are only Christian based, since Nicholas was a follower of Jesus, and Christmas is all about the birth of Christ.  I am willing to work with you to make your event magical and Christ centered.

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Christmas is a time to celebrate the birth of Christ. Santa is proud to offer families the option of having a faith-based visit with Santa. Santa honors and respects diversities iof faith and does not promote any specific denomination. We can discuss in detail what you would like your Santa visit to look like before we book it. Below you will find some ideas and suggestions that may help you.

Your visit may include:

  • Asking your family if they have prayer requests.
  • Talk about the birth of Jesus and his birthday.
  • Share the Nativity Story (Read from Luke 2, or a children's book) 
  • Have Santa/Mrs. Claus Read Christian Christmas Books
  • Have Santa Tell the Story of the Christmas Tree (Gospel Based)
  • Give Gospel Tracts to Teens/Adults (View Below)
  • Give Sensitive Gospel Tracts to Children (View Below)
  • Sing Christian Christmas Songs
  • If requested end with prayer.

There are, of course, controversial aspect of the American Santa Claus myths. Some people believe Santa takes the focus of Christmas away from Jesus. One thing is for sure, Santa Doug does not want to be a part of the commercialization and consumerism that has seized the Christmas holiday in American? However, I believe that we do not need to get rid of Santa completely. Santa can embody Christian values such as kindness, generosity, forgiveness, and unmerited grace. While Santa is NOT a Christ figure - that must be clear - the Santa myth is NOT the problem. The problem is that we have let advertisers hijack Santa (and other Christmas symbols as well), turning Christmas into a retail event. I believe you can allow your children to embrace Santa while they are young can allow them to experience unmerited favor (grace). We can, as they grow, point to the experience in order to explain what it means to give and receive grace. One of the things you can do is to tell your children the stories of Nicholas, someone who gives without expecting anything in return, and who loved children. Nicholas secretly gave money to people who needed it. He also spent his life pointing to the redeemer Jesus Christ. 

Christmas is the day we celebrate the birth of Jesus, who brought us the best gift of all: eternal life. And certainly, we need to tell our children first and foremost that Christmas celebrates the Son of God arriving to earth. But other Christmas traditions, - from the Christmas Tree, to turkey & ham dinner, parties, to Santa Claus - can also enrich and bless a family’s holiday. Some more idea that can be implemented...


Painting: Santa by Jason Bullard CLICK HERE

Santa may be known for bringing presents to children around the world, but did you know that he also has a heart for prayer and intercession? At this special time of year, Santa is taking prayer requests from anyone who needs a touch from God. Whether you are facing a difficult situation, struggling with an illness, or simply need a breakthrough in your life, Santa wants to pray for you. Santa knows that prayer is powerful and that God is able to do amazing things in response to our requests. That's why he is committed to praying for each and every person who submits a prayer request on this website. You can share as much or as little as you want, and you can rest assured that your request will be kept confidential. Santa takes prayer seriously and wants to see God move in your life. . Remember, Santa is not just for children - he cares for people of all ages and wants to bring hope and healing to those around him. Santa Doug keeps a prayer journal with him at all times.





Depending on the age of the children Santa will read the Christmas story in Luke chapter 2. 

Santa's faith is an important part of his visits. Whether it is a home visit, working in a retail setting or doing a virtual visit, he is and will be sensitive to the desires of the family. Some families might just want Santa to mention Jesus’ birthday while others would appreciate a more comprehensive approach. It is a simple message that Santa would like all to hear even the youngest children.

I want people to realize that Santa Claus can be a part of the fun of Christmas. Santa’s gifts are representative of generosity and grace, whether or not we are deserving. Santa believes that Christmas is not always about receiving, but many times is about giving. Santa will discuss the importance of considering the importance of sharing and giving to families that are not as fortunate as they are.

Santa's Birthday Gift (book read)

If your child or grandchild has ever wondered where Santa fits in with the traditional Christmas story, now you can read them Santa's Birthday Gift. Finally, a book that ties two holiday traditions into one inspirational tale of wonder - as Santa brings gifts to baby Jesus. 




Santa's Favorite Story (book read)

Santa reads the story of the first Christmas. Its a faith based story to help you discover the true meaning of Christmas.





Origin of the Christmas Tree (story to be told [no book])

Santa tells the story of the origin of our Christmas Tree. This is also a faith based story to help point to the "REAL" meaning

of Christ-mas. This has been a very popular add-on to many Santa events. Click Here for the story. 





Santa Claus is not only known for bringing gifts to children, but also for leading others in singing Christ-focused Christmas songs. We all love the traditional Christmas carols that have been passed down from generation to generation. However, Santa believes that it's important to remember the real reason for the season and to focus our attention on the birth of Jesus Christ. That's why Santa has put together a collection of his favorite Christ-focused Christmas songs that he loves to sing and share with others. But it's not just about the songs. Santa also believes that singing together is a great way to connect with others and to build community. That's why he invites you to join him in singing these beautiful songs of praise and worship. Whether you are singing in a group or by yourself, these songs will help you to remember the true meaning of Christmas and to focus your heart and mind on the gift of salvation that Jesus brought to the world. So, if you're looking for a way to celebrate Christmas in a meaningful and joyful way, you can choose to have Santa lead in unity in singing Christ-focused Christmas songs. Let's lift our voices in worship and praise to the King of kings and Lord of lords, Jesus Christ!

| Silent night, holy night | O Little Town of Bethlehem | Away in the Manger | Go Tell It on the Mountain

We are excited to share with you that Santa Claus, in addition to bringing gifts to children, can also hand out and explain gospel tracts upon request. Gospel tracts are a powerful tool for sharing the message of salvation with others. They are small, easy to read, and can be distributed to anyone, anywhere. Santa believes that it's important to share the good news of Jesus Christ with those around us, especially during the Christmas season when people are more open to spiritual conversations. Santa has a couple of good gospel tracts available that he can hand out and explain upon request. Some of the tracts focus on the true meaning of Christmas, while others explain the message of salvation in a clear and concise way. No matter which tract you choose, you can be sure that it will present the gospel message in a way that is both clear and biblically sound. Please note that there will be an additional fee for the cost of the tracts, and that ordering may take some time. However, Santa believes that the investment is worth it when it comes to spreading the message of hope and salvation found in Jesus Christ. If you would like Santa to hand out and explain gospel tracts at your event or gathering, simply let us know and we will make the necessary arrangements. Together, let's share the love and message of Jesus Christ with those around us this Christmas season.


Tract Text:

He’s making a list, he’s checking it twice... he’s gonna find out who’s naughty or nice! If Santa used the Ten Commandments for his standard,  how would you do? Let's find out... Have you ever lied? Have you ever stolen anything? (No matter the value.) Ever used God's name in vain? Ever hated anybody? The Bible says “Whoever hates his brother is a murderer” If you are guilty of these things, it shows that in your heart, you are a lying, thieving, blasphemous, murderer-at-heart. Many people don't know that God will use the Ten Commandments to judge the world. Forget about Santa for a moment... how will you do on Judgment Day? If you are found guilty, that means an eternity in Hell... 


However, there’s GOOD NEWS! God made a way for sinners to be forgiven without violating justice. He took on flesh in the person of Jesus Christ. He lived the sinless life we couldn’t, and then offered Himself on the cross as a sacrifice for sin. Jesus took the wrath of the Father, then rose from the dead… showing the penalty fully paid! God commands you to repent and put your faith in Jesus alone for salvation. Cry out to God, confessing and forsaking your sins. Trust in what Jesus did for salvation, not in your own deeds. God promises eternal life and a new heart that will desire righteousness. Read your Bible daily and obey what you read.  Click Here to Order these Tracts.

Tract text:
“And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.” (Luke 2:9-12)
Christ said, “For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through Him might be saved.”(John 3:17) Isn't that a great promise?  It may not make complete sense, however until we know what we need to be saved from. You see, you and I would seem like good people in a human sense, however God has a higher standard:  “For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.” (James 2:10) Have you kept God’s laws? Have you lied? Have you stolen anything? Ever hated anybody? The Bible says “Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer.” God is a Holy, perfect judge and says, “the soul that sins shall die.”
However, there is GOOD NEWS! About 2,000 years ago, God sent Jesus to the earth to pay the penalty for sin. Born of a virgin, he lived a sinless life. When Jesus died on the cross, He took the Father’s wrath, then defeated the power of sin and death when He rose from the dead. The Bible says, ”God commandeth all men everywhere to repent: because he hath appointed a day, in which he will judge the world in righteousness." Repent and place your faith in Jesus Christ ALONE for salvation. God will grant you eternal life... The best Christmas present you could ever receive!  Click Here to Order these Tracts.


Let me help you bring Santa back into your Christmas

without compromising what Christmas is all about... Jesus Christ.