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New Book Shows How to Honor God This Christmas Without Being Too Religious

Contact: Don Otis, Veritas Communications, 719-275-7775, don@veritasincorporated.com


SEATTLE, Dec. 1, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- As Christmas approaches, many Christians struggle to avoid all the commercialism and materialism. They need practical guidance on how to honor God without ruining their family’s Christmas traditions.


In his book Radically Normal: You Don’t Have to Live Crazy to Follow Jesus (published by Harvest House), pastor and author Josh Kelley spends a chapter showing how to keep Christmas from being too religious on one hand and too commercialized on the other. He says a holiday season filled with joy and packed with meaning can be one of the best ways to honor God and share him with others.


Using a mixture of storytelling, humor, and insight, he answers questions that many Christians are asking this season:


How can we make this Christmas more meaningful without giving up our cherished family traditions?


How can we avoid all the materialism and commercialism this Christmas?


Would God be happier if we spent less money on gifts and gave more away? How can we know when we’ve given enough?


Is it wrong to have a Christmas tree or observe traditions with pagan origins?


Josh is an engaging, thought-provoking speaker and he is available for radio interviews and call-in talk shows. For more information, contact his publicist Don Otis of Veritas Communications: 719-275-7775 or don@veritasincorporated.com.  


More information about Radically Normal can be found at RadicallyNormal.com or it can be purchase online at all major outlets.