Proclaiming the Good News of Christ...one figure at a time!
History of Nativities
The Nativity Display
What People Are Saying
Igloo Nativity: Notice the Polar Bear and the Penguin present at Christ's Birth. The stable is an Igloo.
Open Hands Nativity is from Peru. The hands serve as the stable, but also remind us God holds us all in His Hands.
Benares Wood Nativity
This nativity is made from a Taqua seed of the ciclantacea palm, found near the equator. These seeds are collected without damage to the Rainforest.
Mexican Nativity, found at a garage sale. It came from "Halls"--- an upscale Kansas City store associated with Hallmark Cards.
South American. Unique feature is the windmill.
Mexican Nativity- hand-painted, not glazed.
Kylemore Abbey Nativity: From Ireland
From Korea, circa 1950.
Olive wood from the Holy Land. Hand-carved.
Mexican Nativity, glazed, featuring flowers...reminding of the legend that flowers bloomed on Christmas Eve.
Rwanda Nativity. Handmade of fibers. Purchased new.
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