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We display nativity scenes to celebrate his birth. Why not display the garden tomb to celebrate his rebirth—and have it the very center of your family’s Easter celebration?
How are children faring during this ideological war? What is happening to family relationships and the historical pattern for finding happiness and success in life? How is this war impacting business, government and religious groups? What impact does the family have on this battle?