Back in my youth ministry days, I always wanted to have some kind of Christmas in July youth party extravaganza. Also thought about doing some kind of Christmas in July themed community outreach when I was preaching in Muncie. I wish I’d seen this infographic back then. I would’ve come up with some pretty memorable events.
Christmas celebrations don’t have to end in December. With Tree Classics’ Christmas in July guide, you can now enjoy the holiday season all summer long. Be the envy of all your friends and family as you deck your yard with boughs of holly and hosts the best party of the summer. With cookie snowballs, Grandma’s cool summer eggnog, and a beautifully lit tree, you have the perfect recipe for a family night of joy and laughter.
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