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Holiday Gift Guide

With the holidays quickly approaching, everyone is in panic mode because they can’t seem to think of the perfect gift for the people on their list. I have put together gift guides to help inspire you to find the perfect gifts that will leave a lasting memory.

 

1. Sport Lover Gift Guide

 

 

2. Politics Lover Gift Guide

 

3. Fashion Lover Gift Guide

 

4. Coffee Lover Gift Guide

 

 

5. Art Lover Gift Guide

 

 

 

One important thing to remember while shopping this holiday season is, it’s not how much you spend on a gift. It’s the thought and love that is put into picking out a gift that matters the most. We always get caught up in how much is being spent on someone, we forget the reason we are actually celebrating; Jesus Christ birth. He is the greatest gift we could ever receive and material items are so small in comparison. Let’s keep that in mind when giving/receiving gifts this season.

“Once in our world, a stable had something in it that was bigger than our whole world.”

C.S. Lewis

*Submitted by Sarah C.*

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