Merry Christmas

Missing the Point: No, Satanic Christmastime Displays Are NOT Constitutionally Required

It should also be noted that the “establishment” of religion, prohibited by the First Amendment, only refers to compelling people to belong to a state-sanctioned church. Activist judges have perverted the concept and have illegally (jurists violate law when trampling the Constitution) expanded the prohibition far beyond its true meaning. Thus are we told that school prayer is verboten and the Ten Commandments mayn’t be displayed at a courthouse.

The True Reason Can Teach Us a Lesson

What better time than the Christmas season to do some self-reflection and prioritize what is truly important to us? What better time to reach out to those old friends and heal those scars? What better time to gather the family and rekindle some of those traditions we cherished years ago? Finally, what better time to recenter ourselves and realize that the world does not revolve around us, but we are on this ride around the sun with many?

God’s Greatest Gift Meets Humanity’s Most Desperate Need: Merry Christmas

Those wanting us to donate blood or organs do so by imploring us to “Give the gift of life.” With Christmas, God gave “the gift of life” as it has never before been given. How many dying individuals would say no to a lifesaving medical procedure made possible through the efforts or generosity of another? Yet how many reject the amazing gift of everlasting life that God offers through Jesus?

A Tumbleweed Christmas: A True Story

So I found some old wrapping paper and put my hairbrush in it to give to Cindy…who had beautiful long, thick hair. Then I also wrapped up one of my old Barbie dolls that I didnt play with anymore to give to her as her Christmas presents. I wanted to make sure Cindy would have something to unwrap for Christmas day.

O Holy Night: The Story Behind The Beloved Christmas Song

But that’s not the end of the amazing story. Decades later, on Christmas Eve 1906, a 33-year-old university professor (and former chief chemist for Thomas Edison) by the name of Reginald Fessenden did the seemingly impossible—using a new type of generator, Fessenden spoke into a microphone, and for the first time in history, a man’s voice was broadcast over the airwaves! What was the content of this first transmission?