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November 18, 2011

Putting God Back Into The Holidays: Celebrate Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, Birthdays, and 12 Other Special Occasions with Purpose

Ever hear people saying, “Let’s put Christ back in Christmas”? “Putting God Back Into The Holidays” is a book by Bill and Penny Thrasher that gives you ideas on how to celebrate holidays more spiritually.

The book focuses on main holidays, such as Thanksgiving and Christmas, but also on New Year’s, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, birthdays and others.

Most of us whiz through holidays such as Christmas or Thanksgiving, being stressed, without looking at the real meaning. We are left feeling exhausted and drained of money instead of having experienced peace and joy.

The book gives you lots of invaluable ideas and suggestions on how to celebrate holidays to not only make the holidays more enjoyable, but also more spiritual and meaningful for the whole family. You’ll find suggested Bible passages that you can read to help you to slow down and find a more spiritual meaning to the holidays.

Overall, this is a treasure of a book filled with stories, advice and suggestions on how to celebrate holidays spiritually and stress-free.

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Alexis Rodrigo