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Mother’s Day gift guide: Something for everyone who mothers

By Emily McFarlan Miller — May 2, 2022
(RNS) — There are many thoughtful ways that individuals, churches and other houses of worship can celebrate those who do the work of mothering.

RNS holiday gift guide 2021: Treat yourself to cozy socks or a self-care box

By Emily McFarlan Miller — November 8, 2021
(RNS) — Our holiday gift guide is full of ideas for all the people of faith — or no faith — on your list.

RNS Valentine’s Day gift guide 2021: Sweet and silly ideas for February’s semireligious gift-giving occasions

By Emily McFarlan Miller — January 26, 2021
(RNS) — Here are some silly, sweet and sincere gift ideas to show your affection for the people of faith — or no faith — in your life.

RNS holiday gift guide 2020: Puzzles, prayer cards and more gifts for staying in

By Emily McFarlan Miller — November 25, 2020
(RNS) — Religion News Service is bringing back our holiday gift guide, full of ideas for all the people of faith — or no faith — on your list.

RNS holiday gift guide 2018: Books, Barbies, subscription boxes and more

By Emily McFarlan Miller — November 29, 2018
(RNS) — Not everybody celebrates a religious holiday in December. But almost everybody likes presents, and there's something for just about everybody in our annual holiday gift guide.

The RNS gift guide: The good, the bad and the weird

By Kimberly Winston — December 6, 2017
(RNS) — Our annual guide to gifts for the godly and the godless.

Holiday gifts for Christians, Jews and none-of-the-above

By Lauren Markoe — December 1, 2016
(RNS) Twenty reverent and irreverent presents you won't see on every other gift guide.

Holiday 2015: A guide to gifts for everyone on your list, religious or not

By Lauren Markoe — November 24, 2015
(RNS) Presents for people across the spectrum of faiths ... and no faith.

The RNS 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

By Lauren Markoe — December 5, 2014
(RNS) Something for your pastor, your Jewish brother-in-law, your Muslim child and your secularist sister.
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