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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.
What are the customs and traditions of Christmas Eve?
A discussion of Christmas Eve's observances and customs around the world.
Twelfth Night is the Pinnacle of the Christmas Season
In America, the celebration of Twelfth Night originated with the colonists who brought their traditions with them from England. Of course, they adapted them to the new country, adding variations throughout each generation.
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.
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.
How Christmas Carols Have Become Part of Our Christmas Traditions
Even the skeptics cannot deny that the Christmas season is different from all the others. No matter what style of music a person may choose to enjoy the rest of the year, the traditional Christmas Carol breaks through the musical preferences and barriers, to be universally recognized as the most beloved music of all people and of all time.
Simple and Sophisticated Gifts from the Kitchen Can be Made on a Budget
Whatever the occasion is, homemade foods are always a great budget-saver, and are fun to give and receive.
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.
In Slower Economic Times Set a Budget and Find Ways to Enact the Law of Sowing and Reaping
The key to faith steps for a financial harvest is not to be overwrought with penny pinching. Simply be mindful of what is being used and how much so that the budget is not filled with careless spending on items that are wasted.
Religious Community Service to Help Others
An introduction to charity work through services provided by Christian churches.
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