Unwrapped - Pt. 2

December 2, 2018 • Randy Hageman

One of the historic traditions of Christmas is singing Christmas carols. For many, they send us back to nostalgic memories of Christmas in simpler, less secular times. Yet, carols still play an important function in focusing us on the real meaning of Christmas. Today we’ll explore the origins behind some of the carols and the way they continue to tell the Christmas story for our own celebrations.

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