Celebrating Jesus’ Birth


Christmas is much more than just another day. On December 25 Christians around the world celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ—the most significant birth ever.

And being a national holiday in many nations, Christmas tends to be celebrated even by those who do not follow Christianity, in the spirit of caring about others, coming together and spreading cheer.

For Christians, Christ’s birth is the central event in all of history. Time chronicles backward and forward from this moment. It marks the arrival of Immanuel, God With Us, the Saviour of the World.

How will you celebrate Christmas?


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