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Favorite Songs of Christmas, part one and two
Today’s news and Christmas favorites of Nick Eicher and John Stonestreet, plus: several listener Christmas song favorites, a commentary from WORLD News Group CEO Kevin Martin and more
Celebrating Christmas: Many Americans are celebrating the birth of Christ by giving to those in need.
International Christmas: While Americans celebrate Christmas openly, in some parts of world, Christians cannot do so without risking their property, freedom or even their lives.
Christmas weather: Many people dream each year of a White Christmas, but some northern states are getting a little more than they bargained for as Winter storm Gemini throws a wrench in the holiday plans of thousands.
Safety precautions: A pediatric physician’s group has a few tips to help ensure children enjoy a merry and safe Christmas.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that U.S. stocks scored modest gains on Christmas Eve.
Favorite Songs of Christmas, part one
A Christmas favorite of TW&E’s Nick Eicher, “Silent Night.” Also, John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview shares his favorite song of Christmas, “O Come, O Come Emmanuel.”
Favorite Songs of Christmas, part two
In this segment, we play several listener favorites, including “The Wexford Carol” and “In the First Light.” Plus WORLD News Group CEO Kevin Martin explores the profound lyrics of “It Came Upon the Midnight Clear.”