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Monday, September 25, 2017

Youth Group Lessons: The average American family spends $800 on Christmas, with not much left over to go around for giving. But the holiday spirit is not completely lost as a man went incognito to help a city with one of the highest poverty rates in the country.

Youth Lessons: For the retail industry, the holiday season means long hours, long lines and complaints from customers. One national store chain, however, is filled with customers and employees who believe once again in the hope and magic of the season.

Youth Ministry Resources: Just as no Christmas is complete without a tree, no Christmas party is complete without an ugly holiday sweater! And one stay-at-home mom has figured a way to capitalize on the concept.



Youth Group Lessons: The Christmas season more than any other time of year seems to foster a spirit of giving. For students in Chicago, they are giving back to their community in a rather unique way.



Youth Ministry Lessons: The Christmas tree has long been a symbol of the Christmas holiday, but this year people around the country might be seeing less and less of the trimmed and decorated trees.

Youth Ministry Lessons: It’s always fun to talk about what we received over the holidays, but what one 7-year-old in England received this Christmas was rather unconventional and in the eyes of many a controversial present.



Youth Ministry Lessons: Santa’s preferred mode of transportation is a giant sleigh pulled by magical reindeer. For those living in the urban city of Chicago, however, their view of Santa might be a little different after taking a quick ride on The Holiday Train.

Youth Ministry Lessons: The issue of whether to believe or not to believe in Santa Clause can often leave one polarized. Such is the situation that a Chicago news anchor is in from a statement she made on public television regarding the validity of Santa.




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