As the gift-giving frenzy of the holidays approaches, do it a little differently this year, and find gifts based on the five love languages, as best-selling author Gary Chapman defined in his 1992 book, "The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate." The five languages are: gifts, acts of service, words of affirmation, physical affection and quality time.
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This photo taken on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, and provided by Ohio State university shows college football player Kosta Karageorge in Columbu…
As the holidays approach, do your shopping with a personal challenge: Consider gifts that reflect the gravity of the season and will reflect the faith and spiritual lives of family members and friends. Know someone who has cherished their Bible until the binding’s gone bare? Reward their fidelity with a new leather cover that will extend its life that much longer. For friends who prefer to focus on other people’s well-being, consider a charitable donation in their name. Do they wear jewelry? A simple pendant can be a permanent new keepsake. If you’re stumped on what to give, consider a gift card to a bookstore or e-book market.