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  • Mardi Gras Has A Christian History?

    Mardi Gras is best known as a raucous event that takes place in New Orleans, LA and other areas around the world in January and February. Fat Tuesday, the final day of Mardi Gras, can occur in March depending on the calendar year and how it corresponds to the Christian liturgical calendar. While Mardi Gras may be legendary for scantily clad costumes, delicious food, overflowing spirits, and many acts of debauchery. Many people — particularly non-Christians — may not know what the celebration is truly all about. #MardiGras #FatTuesday #ShroveTuesday
  • Christian New Year’s Resolutions

    It is soon the start of a brand new year. We always tend to make New Years Resolutions to stop doing something or to start doing something. Some people want to stop smoking, go on a diet, exercise more etc. These are all good, but do we think about the spiritual type of Christian New Year's Resolutions? What is your New Years Resolution? #NewYearsResolutions
  • Boxing Day

    If you are like me, you had no clue what Boxing Day is on the calendar, I thought maybe the fighting sport, but I was wrong. Find out what and when it is. Also find out what day of the week this holiday cannot be celebrated on too. #BoxingDay
  • Merry CHRISTMas

    I want to take this time to wish all my readers and their families a very Merry ChristMas. Check out these Christmas related blog post. Jesus is the reason for this Season. Christmas is about celebrating our Saviors Birth, Jesus Christ. #MerryCHRISTmas #CHRISTmas
  • Blessing Jar

    Blessing Jar! Start the New Year off right! How about a great way to remember the blessings God has given you by using a mason jar, paper and a pen. Do this for one year and at the end of year, you can see and count all the blessings. #BlessingJar
  • Kwanzaa

    What is Kwanzaa and when is Kwanzaa celebrated? Did you know that many Christians celebrate both Kwanzaa and also celebrates Christmas as well. #Kwanzaa
  • Hanukkah

    Hanukkah is a holiday celebrated by the Jewish religion. Hanukkah is a Hebrew verb meaning to dedicate. It is sometimes spelled Chanukah, Chanukkah, or Chanuka. Hanukkah is the celebration of Festival of Lights. This is an rededication of the Holy Temple (the Second Temple) in Jerusalem. #Hanukkah
  • The Colors of Christmas

    The colors of Christmas are often taken for granted, and many celebrants are unaware of how these colors became symbols of the Christmas season and why they remain so to this day. There are many colors we see a lot during Christmas. So what are the colors of Christmas and what to they mean? #Christmas #ChristmasColors #ColorsofChristmas
  • Save Energy With Christmas Decorations

    Save Energy With Christmas Decorations - Tips to save energy this Christmas season with Christmas Decorations. The Christmas season allows people to transform their homes into wonderlands of lights, garlands and poinsettias. Each family has its own Christmas traditions, and decorations are a part of many of those traditions. #Christmas
  • Black Friday

    How grateful are we when we just spent a day of Thanksgiving and being thankful to a day of greed and fighting over a lower priced item for Black Friday. #BlackFriday #BigFriday