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The Origins of Thanksgiving Day

  Broadcast on November 22, 2015 at KSYC 103.9FM in Yreka, CA Download this article (PDF) Thanksgiving Day in American History Most Americans are familiar with the Pilgrim’s Thanksgiving Feast of October 1621 in Plimouth Colony, Massachusetts. Fifty surviving Pilgrims, together with 90 Wampanoag Indians, had a three-day harvest festival of wild turkey, duck, geese, venison, lobsters, clams, bass, corn, vegetables, and dried fruits. This was not a religious event, except for giving thanks for the food. But few know that it was not the first thanksgiving feast in the…

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Turkey, Football and Thanksgiving Day

  Scripture Readings: Psalm 136:1-26 • 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 November 23, 2014 • KSYC 103.9FM (Yreka, CA) • Download this devotional (PDF) Hello, and welcome to another edition of our Sunday Focus on the Bible. My name is Nollie Malabuyo, Pastor of Big Springs Community Church in Montague. Today, we take a break from our study of Biblical mountains. Instead, we will meditate on a holiday that is dear to the hearts of all Americans: Thanksgiving Day. Let’s go back some 400 years ago, in Plymouth, England. A group of 102 men, women and…

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