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My 11 & 7 year old daughters gave a presentation at school today about why we don’t celebrate Christmas. Everyone in school had to prepare a presentation about Christmas around the world. They prepared a PowerPoint presentation and presented it to the kids in their classes. I’m so proud that they take advantage of the opportunity to talk about our beliefs and bring praise to Jehovah’s name. (Yes, they are wearing PJ’s, it was pajama day at their school). Photo shared by @melissa0278

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My 11 & 7 year old daughters gave a presentation at school today about why we don’t celebrate Christmas. Everyone in school had to prepare a presentation about Christmas around the world. They prepared a PowerPoint presentation and presented it to the kids in their classes. I’m so proud that they take advantage of the opportunity to talk about our beliefs and bring praise to Jehovah’s name. (Yes, they are wearing PJ’s, it was pajama day at their school). Photo shared by @melissa0278 Via

"You young men and young women...praise...Jehovah." (Psalm 148:12, 13) So proud of our little sisters. ?

Great job little sisters!!  Education to your peers help not only them, but parents often ask their own child, "What did you learn in school today?" If they explain why Jehovah's Witnesses adhere to the bible, parents will also gain insight. They may even listen when we come to their doors next time!

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