7 Ways to Keep Christ in Christmas

7 Ways to Keep Christ in Christmas

Every year Christmas is becoming more secularized and commercialized. For many people, though, Christmas is still a deeply religious holiday in which we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, our Savior and Redeemer. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day...
What Christmas Means to Me

What Christmas Means to Me

I have always loved Christmas.  When I was a child I loved to decorate the tree with my mom, bake cookies for Santa, and to wake up to all the gifts on Christmas morning!  Now that I am an adult, Christmas has changed to mean something more. Growing up in a family...
The Spirit of Christmas Lights the World

The Spirit of Christmas Lights the World

What does Christmas mean to you? Presents? Lights? Giving? Spending time with family? Eating yummy food? All of these things are wonderful and good. I love them all. But more than that I love the source of it all, our Savior Jesus Christ. His birth was indeed...

The Wise Men Sought Jesus

A group of men the Bible refers to as Wise Men are an important part of the Christmas tradition. We know very little about them—who they are or where they came from. There are traditions, but no facts. What we do know is that at the appointed time, they knew of the...

Celebrating Jesus and Santa

Tiffany Sowby is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (inadvertently called by friends of other faiths as the “Mormon Church”) and mother of five. She tries to find humor, joy and contentment in the little things life has to offer....
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