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What is the origins of Christmas and when is it celebrated?
A celebration of Christmas in the Church and the history of Christmas lead to the true meaning of the holiday.
Santa Claus was Named After Saint Nicholas who was Known for Charitable Giving
It is almost unheard of for a home to not have a Christmas tree. Likewise, Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without Santa Claus. The two just go together, there’s no doubt about it.
What are the customs and traditions of Christmas Eve?
A discussion of Christmas Eve's observances and customs around the world.
The Spiritual Meaning Behind a Silly Holiday Song Title The Twelve Days of Christmas
The words of The Twelve Days of Christmas appear to be nonsensical. They do however, have significant spiritual meaning.
Balancing the Christmas Holiday Season with Blended Families
While God never intended for families to be broken, His grace can bring blended families out of the brokenness into peaceful acceptance of each other. With time, the relationships can even grow into unity and fellowship where division and anger once ran amuck.
The Traditions of Holiday Foods and Favorite Meals Make Great Memories
Next to Thanksgiving, Christmas is perhaps the biggest food-producing holiday in America. From candies to casseroles, and from homemade cinnamon rolls to roasted chestnuts, everyone’s palate can be tantalized by the tastes of Christmas.
The American Tradition of Christmas Shopping and Gift Giving Officially Starts on Black Friday
People all across America look forward to giving and receiving gifts wrapped in bright and glittery paper and ribbon. There’s something about the way the Christmas tree looks when beneath its branches lies a mound of shiny gifts of all sizes.
Christmas Nativity Scenes Present the Miracle Birth of Jesus the Savior of the World
It is true that the Nativity scene represents more than just a religion. It memorializes the birth of Jesus Christ. It captures that single moment in time when God, because of His mercy, sent the Savior of the world.
Composer Phillip Brooks Writes O Little Town of Bethlehem
Recalling a magical Christmas Eve night in Bethlehem, Brooks wrote a song for the children's choir of his church. His organist put melody to his words and O Little Town of Bethlehem was sung for the very first time.
Martin Luther May Have Authored Away in a Manger
This beloved Children's song was first published in an 1885 Lutheran Sunday School book compiled by James R. Murray (1841-1905), who gave the song a subtitle of Luther's Cradle Hymn.
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