Santa Claus Singalong Song

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Sing-along with Cap’n Pete, Clive and Ian about Santa Claus – a guy who loved like Jesus! From the new Christmas special Buck Denver Asks Why Do We Call It Christmas?

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I’m a fan of Santa Claus
He’s my man and why? Because,
Underneath he’s Saint Niklaas,
A guy who loved like Jesus.

Nicholas was wealthy, sure.
Used his wealth to help the poor.
Gave and gave and gave some more,
A guy who loved like Jesus.

More like Saint Nick we would be
If we gave more generously.
Then in us the world would see
Folks who loved like Jesus.

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Rena Ball
Rena Ball

You can have Santa too, as long as you do it right, like this video does.

Rena Ball
Rena Ball

Love that video! I learn from it too!

Lester Ditan Ella
Lester Ditan Ella

We do not realy celebrate christmas,some people celebrates,but most of us didn't cauz of money

Princess Suriaga
Princess Suriaga

That's true...i celebrated christmas....as i know santa is a man that gives smiles,gives happy of us specially childrens...to know santa is true...

Matthew Tunstall
Matthew Tunstall

The idea of Santa Claus came from a famous priest who threw a few coins into the windows of the poor but householders have no idea of who was it so that is the idea of santa claus

Granny Piper
Granny Piper

The birth of every first born was celebrated in Bible times.

Granny Piper
Granny Piper

I hope you do not wear high heals! Guess where they came from! Many things came from bad places, but God can use them for His glory. The angels celebrated Jesus birth, the shepherds celebrated, the 3 kings, His family. Every first born male birth was celebrated.

Laura Prater
Laura Prater

Well said!!! We do most of what you mentioned too.

Pamela Mynatt Moser
Pamela Mynatt Moser

Wow. I'm sorry about the controversy. I think WHATS IN THE BIBLE provides great resources for children. We all get that many people push Jesus aside at Christmas and focus on Santa; the season is too commercial, there's the give-me-give-me-I-want, etc.These videos point out that Jesus is the Reason and refers to St. Nicholas as "a guy who loved like Jesus". Children don't need to be ignorant about why we see "Santa" in our culture. Thanks What's in the Bible?

Evelyn Luciana
Evelyn Luciana

Valeria Young, I am not a pretender. Christmas is not in the bible. The encyclopedia America informs us: The reason for establishing December 25 as Christmas is somewhat obscure, but the day was chosen to coresspond to pagan festivals that took place around the the time of winter. The roman Saturnalia (a festival dedicated to Saturn, the god of agriculture, and to the renewed power of the Sun), also took place at this time, and some christmas customs are thought to be rooted in this ancient pagan celebration. If you feel happy celebrating things, I can not prohibit you doing so, but it is between you and your conscience. Although Jesus never instructed me using facebook, but I do not violate his law by using it. I get knowledge and communicate with people using facebook. If you feel annoyed, I am sorry, but other people have different opinion.

Peggy Batton
Peggy Batton

I am so happy to hear that your children are taught the difference and what Christmas is really about. The fantacy imagination of children is important if it is put into perspective. However so many people put Santa above the birth of Christ. It is time we turn things around. Your children will benefit in life because you care enough to teach the real meaning of Christmas. Our world would be a different place if more parents did that. But Christmas has become the "give me-I want that" holiday. That saddens me. But parents like you give us some hope.

Kim Donaldson-Gill
Kim Donaldson-Gill

We should never celebrate a man for it is idolatry but only one man Jesus Christ ...w/ out Him, we wouldn't be able to recognize other men who work for His purposes

Verta Rosta
Verta Rosta

We in Holland celebrated Sinterklaas yesterday, here it's not associated with Christmas at all...We do have a secular society so most don't celebrate the birth of our saviour but "family" to us Christmas is the most wonderfull time of the year...everyone have a blessed second advent Sunday tomorrow :)

Kalynn Gill
Kalynn Gill

Santa has NOTHING to Do with JESUS CHRIST

Christian Faith
Christian Faith

Because of your Santa Clause, many children forgot to know Jesus. In a real speaking, if you would ask our children today about what they miss when Christmas, they would Santa instead of Jesus. You're mere pioneering false teaching which is actully extrabiblical.

Angela Bergeron
Angela Bergeron

Thank you for tastefully doing your video in a way it left it up to us parents to decide whether or not we let our children believe in Santa Clause! My kids sure know the reason for Christmas and if you ask them they will tell you why and the ways we celebrate it. Santa Clause isn't something to worship, but a fun added bonus we let them believe in like Disney.and I would have been disappointed if it was ruined for them so young. I love how it explained everything on traditions people associate with Christmas and both me and my children learned a lot.

Angela Bergeron
Angela Bergeron

They never said worship, but celebrate. Did you even watch the video? It was tastefully done to explain the history of Santa Clause and how it morphed into what it is today. It left parents room to either explain to their children why they don't have their children believe in him or just use it as a fun history on how he got started.

Peggy Batton
Peggy Batton

Christmas is a celebration for the birth of Jesus. Why would you be putting someone up with him? Did St Nicholas give his life for our salvation? Does the Bible tell us about St. Nicholas or that we should honor him as we do Jesus? He may have been a good person and may have done a lot of good things. But he could not have given us the greatest gift of all...Salvation. Just one more way of pushing Jesus aside at Christmas.

Christian Faith
Christian Faith

You, yourselves, are reading the Bible, but you can't find the truth. Yes, the Birth of Christ was scripturally written, but the Bible has nowhere instructed us to celebrate such thing.