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History of Christmas

History of Christmas

Have you ever wondered:

- Was there an evergreen tree in Bethlehem when Jesus was born?

- Maybe there was one in the stable?” Probably not.

- Why do we bring a tree from outside and put it inside our house?

- Why do we take the lights from inside and put them outside every year?

It makes no sense. This post will shed some light on some of the fun Christmas traditions we have all come to know and love.

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The Loss of Authentic Community with Technology

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5 Leadership Lessons from the Man that Created Nike

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Phil Knight borrowed $50 from his dad to start a small shoe company that would sell shoes to his kind of people, runners. After years of ups and downs, getting sued, and unable to generate profit, Phil Knight turned his small family run company into an empire. Here are 5 leadership lessons from his journey.