The familiar customs and traditions of Christmas seem to have been around forever. However, as late as the 1820s, it was widely believed that the holiday, both in England and throughout Europe and North America, was destined to die out. What brought it back?
Sermons Series: Christmas At The Movies
It’s a sermon for the Geeks! “Santa Claus is Coming to Town,” the Rankin/Bass stop motion animation classic! You either love it for it’s pure cheesiness, or hate it for being incredibly dated. But hey, it’s free to watch on YouTube! Join us as we take a look at the one of the profound Christmas messages found in this classic.
It’s a Wonderful Life is a classic movie from 1946. It’s a great movie to discuss to help us find meaning even in the chaos of life as we head into the New Year!
The movie “White Christmas” is based on the Christmas song “White Christmas” which is THE Christmas song of the United States. It was originally recorded by Bing Crosby back in 1942, and it became so popular that he had to re-record it in 1947 because the masters became worn beyond use. The movie version was the biggest movie of 1954! So what is it that has made this movie a Christmas favorite? Was it a result of its times, or is there a timeless message that we still find intriguing today?
What does Charlie Brown Christmas teach us about life? Can we learn anything from a 30 minute animated cartoon movie? Is there anyone in the movie you relate too?