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  • Keywords
    • Christmas holiday,
    • Christmas trees,
    • Christian stories,
    • Belonging and difference,
    • Inclusion,
    • Hope and meaning,
    • Jeremiah 29:11

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The Perfectly Imperfect Christmas Tree
by Sherry J. Kubalsky

When his first Christmas season came, Hope stood proudly amongst the other evergreen trees. “Here comes a family,’’ thought the tree. “Surely they will pick me.” But the family looked around and walked right past Hope to choose another tree. When Hope is planted at a Christmas tree farm, he can’t wait to grow up and go home with a family. But year after year, people pass him by. No matter how tall Hope grows, no one takes him home to be their Christmas tree. Hope can’t understand what’s wrong with him—why will no one pick him? This charming Christmas story teaches children that there is a plan for all of us, and God has created us the way we are for a reason. None of us are imperfect—we’re just perfect in ways we don’t always understand. Learn along with Hope what it means to be perfectly imperfect, and how beautiful the holidays can be when we find our place. Want to enjoy a great story and help people in need? Proceeds from sales of The Perfectly Imperfect Christmas Tree are donated to mission projects.

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Sherry J. Kubalsky is the author of It’s OK to be Me! and The Square Wreath. Writing comes naturally to her—she’s written poems and skits all of her life. Sherry believes that all of her books are God driven. She loves writing for children, and knows that the younger they learn to accept themselves as God has created them, the better they can go through life. Sherry is a passionate quilter who loves reading books, doing Bible studies, traveling in her family RV, biking, and playing pickleball. She spends her spare time with family and friends, or volunteering. Sherry lives in Ankeny, Iowa, with her husband David. Contact her at


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