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“The Christmas Perspective”

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This Christmas season, fill each day with the story behind the holiday!

Beginning on Sunday, December 1, and ending on Christmas Eve, subscribers to The Daily Perspective Podcast will also receive a special audio presentation just for the Christmas season. Each day subscribers will receive an audio chapter of the book which tells the story of Christmas and details the life of the one miraculously born that day.

The Book of Luke contains 24 chapters, and each day one chapter of the book will be released. This is a perfect opportunity to listen to the story from beginning to end and really understand what, and especially who, Christmas is really about.

You can also share this with your friends and family each day by sharing the daily link to each chapter, or even better, gather to listen together.

Be sure to subscribe and share today!

Also – here’s the direct link to the Christmas episodes library (daily episodes will appear here when released):
The Daily Perspective Podcast: Christmas

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