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National Lollipop Day

July 20th marks National Lollipop Day. National Lollipop Day, an “unofficial” national holiday, is sponsored by the National Confectioners Association. I am not sure when this holiday started. But yet another fun holiday to celebrate with your family.

National Lollipop Day July 20

National Lollipop Day 2014

Take the kids out and enjoy a sucker, a lollipop. This would make a great family outing. In 2014, it falls on a Sunday. After church and you go visit your favorite family restaurant, stop at the store on the way home and enjoy a lollipop! Or you can bring lollipops and hand them out to the kids or everyone at church.

Maybe fork out for the biggest lollipop.

If you go out to eat, maybe with your tip leave a lollipop with your tip and tell the waiter or waitress Happy Lollipop Day.

When you hand out a lollipop you can also hand them a gospel tract and a Gospel of John.

Have you ever heard of National Lollipop Day? Did you celebrate it, if so tell me about your experience.

This day reminds me of the Munchkin  off Wizard of Oz and the song that came to my mind was, We represent the Lollipop Kids, the Lollipop Kids. I bet I got that song stuck in your head now! Eh?

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I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I blog for God here at CourageousChristianFather.com. I serve as a youth leader, van driver and usher at my church. I also serve where ever else may be needed. I am working on a bachelor's degree in Theology. I also like to go out and hand out Gospel of John's and Gospel Tracts. I am a single father with custody of my almost adult child. I am a graphic designer too. Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle. I attained the rank of Eagle in the Boy Scouts of America in 1994.

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  1. I handed out 2 dum dum suckers to each person at church. I got a lot of smiles. One asked me why I was doing this, I just said I felt led to share. Out of the 75 people I handed suckers to, only 2 of them asked for a specific color. Both of them were children. I am surprised that more of the children didn’t ask. But it was a blessing to see the smiles on peoples faces as I handed it them. The older youth and even our Elders in the church.

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