Tag: Sukkot

Joyful Ideas for Christians During Sukkot

If you’re not building a booth to celebrate Sukkot, try some of these ideas to keep joy in the season.

There’s Something Poetic About Fall

There’s something poetic about the fall season, whether it brings red and yellow bursts of dying leaves, or juicy ripe oranges ready to pick. It’s as if it symbolizes the changing seasons in our lives.

Welcome Home, Gilad!

It’s tempting to focus on terrorism, and the unfair treatment of Israel during this prisoner exchange. But now is not the time. Our lost sheep has been found. Today, we rejoice.

Christian Pilgrims Celebrated Sukkot in the New World

The Pilgrims celebrated Sukkot in the New World at their first harvest, inviting their new Native American friends to join them. The Wampanoag people at that time followed neither Judaism nor Christianity. That didn’t stop them from celebrating life and harvest with their Christian neighbors, nor did it stop devout Pilgrims from celebrating with them. That celebration became what is known in America today as Thanksgiving.

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