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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 to Have a Summer Party for Youth in Mid-Winter
hat better way to eliminate cabin fever, or the cold weather blahs, than a summer party in the middle of winter. Any youth room can be easily transformed into a tropical getaway, and the youth will have a blast putting it all together.
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.
How To Raise Funds for Your Church Event
New unique and profitable ideas for great church fundraisers.
Gifts from the Heart are not Cheap and Chintzy but Rather Fun and Creative
For those who love to give gifts but need low-budget ideas, there are several solutions. And there's no need to think cheap and chintzy. Instead, think fun and creative!
Unique Flocking Fundraiser Ideas
Explore a unique way to fundraise with pink flamingo lawn ornaments.
The Beauty of a Discreet Woman
Rather than a pig with a ring of gold through its snout, a discreet woman is a like a rare gem that is quarried from deep within the earth, hidden for a time until discovered by those who recognize her true beauty and value.
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 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.
Harvest Day Parties are a Positive Christian Alternative to Halloween
Halloween has become an Americanized and commercialized version of a pagan holiday that is based on the beliefs and practices of the ancient Celts. But Christians have the opportunity to celebrate the harvest season by giving it new meaning and significance, one that promotes positive spiritual growth, and is grounded in their faith in Jesus Christ.
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