Author Archives: Outdoor Nativity Store

  • Why Display a Nativity in Your Front Yard?

    The following is the first in a series of occasional blog posts by Outdoor Nativity Store’s owner, Norb Huber, in which he reflects on the significance of the Nativity, the lessons and challenges of running a Christian company, and whatever else he thinks you may like. We call these Nativity Stories. It’s the time of the year when the leaves

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  • Veterans Day: The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month

    For many Americans, Veterans Day is just a day off from school and work and maybe a chance to get some extra chores done around the house before the holiday season. For others, it is a day to honor our living veterans, those men and women who have served our country in the military and

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  • The History of Columbus Day

    “In fourteen hundred ninety-two / Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” So begins the poem that many American schoolchildren once memorized as part of their history lessons. The verses honor Christopher Columbus and his successful voyage to the New World from Spain. Some Americans have recognized the historic landing since as early as the 18th century.

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  • Father reads bible to family painting

    Making Family Bible Time a Priority

    Our family time is pulled in so many different directions these days. We know we need to be in the Word of God more often, but we struggle with finding the time to do it. There are jobs, school schedules, sports and other extracurricular activities. And sometimes we just need to shut it all down

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  • Celebrating the Everyday

    Family traditions are part of the glue that holds a family together. In an article she wrote for Psychology Today, psychiatrist Abigail Brenner, M.D. says family traditions help build your children’s sense of security and self-esteem. She calls these rituals an integral part of a family’s “language,” explaining that they help keep us connected. Perhaps

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  • What is Labor Day and why do we celebrate it?

    For many Americans, the Labor Day holiday marks the last hurrah of summer before we get into our fall routines of school and work. As we make our plans to get the most out of the three-day weekend, we may not stop to think about what the holiday really means. The first Monday of each

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