Nowhere did the Heavenly Father command us to celebrate Valentine’s Day or Halloween or other such days. But He did command the Hebrews to celebrate His feast days. They are packed with meaning and analogy and renewal instead of exhaustion. Try celebrating these for a year—see if you don’t wind up closer to the God you love. Information includes what the holidays are, when to celebrate them, and simple suggestions for how to celebrate them. For all ages. 25 pages (print version, until sold out); 43 pages (eBook updated 3/28/2021) . Read the table of contents.
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