Merry Christmas

This Christmas as we indulge in all the gifts spiritual and manufactured, let us remember those who’re currently fighting and risking their lives for our safety.Our armed forces.All over the world, our military,air forces and navy men and women are spending their Christmas with their comrades in bases.As enjoyably as this is,its not like spending Christmas with loved ones

arm-cover-soldiers-2.jpgVeteran make up to 14% of the homeless population, many of which suffer from PTSD and cannot re integrate into society making this time even lonelier. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that 131,000 veterans are homeless on any given night and approximately twice that many experience homelessness over the course of a year. Conservatively, one out of every three homeless men who is sleeping in a doorway, alley or box in our cities and rural communities has put served their country.In UK 1-10 homeless people are vets

I urge we do what we can to help now (attached  are a list of useful links and charities)

This Christmas take time to honour those who cannot spend time with their family due to this great sacrifice by cherishing yours.

The greatest sacrifice


Without a shadow of doubt Christmas is my favourite holiday,filled with blessings and joy

This is the time where Jesus Christ our lord and saviour was born. The world celebrates.

Whilst the unclean powers of the world attempt to erase the acceptance of Christianity, children are indoctrinated in schools with alternative religions and persecution rises. We must remember the true meaning of Christmas & never be afraid to say “Merry Christmas”

For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ:for it is the power of god unto salvation to every one that believeth;to the jew first,and to the greek

The gift of giving

We may exchange lavish thoughtful gifts today, the importance of the heart is what matters

“It is better to give than to receive”

So i leave you all with this: may god bless you and have a merry Christmas!