Holidays have always had a special place in my heart. My family and I love cooking and eating a big traditional Thanksgiving meal. But as my family and I soon learn you can only eat so much turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, and dressing. Boring Thanksgiving leftovers can be transformed into another special meal that your family will love. The recipes below are soon to be new traditions that your family will cook up time and time again.
With the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade officially kicking off television’s holiday season, we officially can say that we have permission to watch our favorite Christmas entertainment. From the classic It’s a Wonderful Life to the ever-popular How the Grinch Stole Christmas, the holiday season bursts with so many specials and movies that there’s something for pretty much everyone to love. So, pop in your favorite and turn up the radio, because Christmas is coming!
The holiday season is coming up quickly. It is during this time when people, especially Christians, find themselves looking for ways to serve people. Now is the season of people thinking of their less fortunate man. Christians are called to be the servers of those around us. Ephesians 6:7 tells us to “serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not people.” This call is not meant to be answered only during the holiday season, but it seems as if during this time, it is easiest to find ways to live out the call to service.
We are living in the time between Halloween and Thanksgiving in which debates rage over the appearance of Christmas spirit. From the early arrival of Christmas decorations in stores to the beginning of Christmas shopping deals, Thanksgiving begins to feel like the forgotten holiday. I would propose, though, that the point of most contention among Christmas crazies and Ebeneezer Scrooges is the time at which listening to Christmas music becomes appropriate. Now there are several schools of thought on when on should begin listening to Christmas music, so in this article we will attempt to gain a better understanding of each.
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