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Santa Claus

A Tradition-ful Advent:

Santa Claus

A Little History:

Most children around the world believe that there is someone special who brings gifts at Christmas.  You may hear him called St. 1,542 more words

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Gingerbread & Sugar Cookies

A Tradition-ful Advent:

Gingerbread & Sugar Cookies

A Little History:

The first known recipe for gingerbread came from Greece in 2400 BC. Chinese recipes were developed during the 10th century and by the late Middle Ages, Europeans had their own version of gingerbread. 733 more words

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The Star

A Tradition-ful Advent:

The Star

A Little History:

Most of us know exactly why we sees stars at Christmas time so much, it’s straight out of the Bible story of the birth of Jesus – the star that the wise men followed to Bethlehem.   748 more words

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Ornaments on the Christmas Tree

A Tradition-ful Advent:

Ornaments on the Christmas Tree

A Little History:

In Germany, the first Christmas Trees were decorated with edible things, such as gingerbread and gold covered apples. 537 more words

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Letters to My Church: Prepare Yourself

(“Letters to My Church” devotional series.  More information in the Table of Contents.)

Greetings Church!

It’s December 2, and there is nary a Christmas decoration in my house.  240 more words

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Lights on the Christmas Tree

A Tradition-ful Advent:

Lights on the Christmas Tree

A Little History:

It is a widely held belief that Martin Luther, the 16th-century Protestant reformer, first added lighted candles to a tree. 801 more words

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And A Virgin Shall Conceive, #LightTheWorld Day 1

Here’s a preview video for tomorrow’s service:

I’ve decided that this month I will bask in scriptures about the Savior, Jesus Christ.

Isaiah 7
14 Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.

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