Who loves getting surprise gifts in the mail? Um…ME! I think that is one of the reasons I love receiving StitchFix each month too – it’s like opening a Christmas gift every month, picked just for me!
So, when I ran across Faithbox (a monthly subscription company that sends you a box full of Christian goodies which make fun gifts for Christian families), I knew I had to check it out! They were kind enough to send me a free box to review, so here is my honest review.
One of the first draws for me was the idea that each box was a surprise – I love that. But even more, I knew that each box would contain items that would be relevant to me, a Christian, and would have some positive impact on my daily life.
They take the time to combine items that will brighten your day and your faith walk. Plus, here is the very best part – for each subscription box they send, they provide three meals to hungry kids in a Christian orphanage. Seriously, a company with a bigger mission!
Check Out What Was in My Box for December
- Everyday Faith Devotional Book – Everyday Faith is a modern Christian devotional with daily reflections to help you in your walk with Christ. It was awesome! I loved the small size (easy to fit in my purse) and a few lines where I could write notes too. You can also purchase a subscription to just the devotional book and they provide three meals to children in need!
- Mitscoots Socks – I received a fun pair of socks from the company Mitscoots. Loved this company and it’s mission – for every pair of socks you purchase, they give away another pair to someone in need. And – even more – they take pride in employing the less fortunate. How intentional to make a difference. Loved their slogan: get + give + employ.
- Anchored in Hope Ornament – I received a handmade metal ornament made by Haitian artisans through the mission of Anchored In Hope. The artisans use the metal from a 55 gallon oil drum and a variety of tool and carefully handicraft each piece with unique style and design. How incredibly special and meaningful. You can check out their shop here.
- WorldHelp – Lastly I received two $10 gift cards to donate to the cause of my choice. World Help was started in 1991 out of a desire to continue a vision of revolutionary companion, which Jesus practiced while here on earth. It was really touching for me to donate to a cause I felt led to and then they suggested I give the other card to a friend so they may donate, so I did!
Learn How You Can Grab a Faithbox for Yourself
You have three choices for subscription options:
Or, you can shop past boxes in their marketplace and purchase individual boxes.
At the time of posting, they were offering a discount code of 10% with promo code NEWYEAR16. This awesome discount code makes it the perfect time to give it a try. Don’t miss out!
I am planning to get my own subscription. After reviewing some of the past boxes and upcoming ones, I can see the value of the items you get is considerably more than the actual cost you pay for the box. I am frugal at heart, so when I see a deal I love that.
I also am really drawn to the products they deliver and the care taken when choosing what companies to involve in the boxes. It can really make a difference when you make purchases from companies that have an incredible heart to give back. I saw this very clearly with Faithbox.
What a perfect gift idea for a friend or family member, or even your pastor!
Faithbox has served 100,000 meals to hungry children – that is really something to celebrate and I believe sets them apart.