Category Archives: Holy Days & Holidays

The Difference Between Santa and Jesus


Santa lives at the North Pole … JESUS is everywhere. Santa rides in a sleigh … JESUS rides on the wind and walks on the water. Santa comes but once a year … JESUS is an ever present help. Santa … Continue reading

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Kick santa OUT and invite Jesus IN… our journey over the years


Our Christmas traditions changed when I realized that I had been deceiving my children… expecting them to have the trait of “truth” when I had lied and deceived them so many years of trying to cover up the Santa fantasy. Kids … Continue reading

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Resurrection Cookies a.k.a. Easter Story Cookies


We serve a Risen Savior… the Lord Jesus Christ is not dead but has Risen! This is a great recipe to teach your kids the real story of Easter. This activity can be done as a family or even in Sunday … Continue reading

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How To Make Your Own Plastic “Resurrection Eggs”


Many of you have seen the plastic “Resurrection Eggs” that are used to tell the story of the Christian Easter celebration. Did you know that these can easily, and frugally, be made at home? First, purchase 12 plastic Easter eggs, … Continue reading

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Why did the angels appear to the Shepherds first?


The Shepherds were sitting on the hillside looking after their own sheep, minding their own business when an angel appeared to them. They announced the birth of Jesus. The appearance of multitude of angels praising God followed the birth announcement. … Continue reading

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Magi Gifts…


MAGI GIFTS Our Christmas traditions changed when I realized that I had been deceiving my children… expecting them to have the trait of “truth” when I had lied and deceived them so many years of trying to cover up the Santa … Continue reading

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Legend of the Magi


(I saved this from an unknown source… I always like to give credit where credit due, but I can not find where this originally came from, if  you know… please tell me.) Three Kings or the Wise Men are vital … Continue reading

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