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The calendar cycles regularly through many holidays. A lot of these holidays are actually from the Christian faith. Even though our calendar years and so many personal traditions pivot around these day, where did they actually come from?

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Easter: a true story or brilliant lie?

The famous author and theologian C.S Lewis once said ‘Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately.”…

Ascension: A Miraculous turn of events

Ascension Day is mysterious celebration. Jesus says goodbye to his friends and ascents into heaven. What is the significance of his farewell?

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Christmas: the birth of Jesus Christ

December. The month we celebrate Christmas! When Christmas trees are being dragged inside or taken down from the attic. The streets are filled with Christmas lights and the Christmas commercials…

Where was Jesus born? Everything about Christmas

What is celebrated at Christmas time? Why is this baby of Joseph and Mary so important? Discover where Jesus born and why.

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What is the Christian holiday Easter all about? It’s about a story of something that looked like it had ended, but started all over again!


Good Friday

On Good Friday, Christians worldwide commemorate that Jesus was sentenced to death and crucified at Calvary. Religious leaders asked the Roman leaders to arrest Jesus for blasphemy. The story ends when He is crucified and died on a cross, just outside of Jerusalem.

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Palm Sunday

The last Sunday before Easter. At the beginning of Holy Week. The day that Jesus was welcomed into Jerusalem as King. But within a week he was crucified.


What is Pentecost?

10 DAYS AFTER ASCENSION DAY. On this day the Holy Spirit appeared, to strengthen the believers. This is also viewed as the beginning of the Christian church.