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Heart Cross Pendants: Because He is Risen!

Heart Cross Pendants: Because He is Risen!

Since the time of the early church, Christians have greeted one another on this day with the words “He is risen!” and responded by saying “He is risen indeed!” These simple phrases capture the joy of the day that forever changed the course of human history, the day that Jesus conquered death Read More

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April Birthstone: The Diamond

April Birthstone: The Diamond

When we long for life without difficulties, remind us that oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure. Peter Marshall Is there any stone more captivating than the diamond? This stone encompasses the highest wonders of creation: beauty, strength, resilience, purity, and Read More

April 4, 2012 | By More
Diamond Crosses: The Symbol of the Cross

Diamond Crosses: The Symbol of the Cross

As we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Savior, we also acknowledge Christ’s suffering and death. Jesus’ truest purpose in coming into the world as a baby was to die for our sins as a man. The symbol of the cross is as important to Christmas as it is to Easter. Christmas shopping challenges Read More

December 20, 2011 | By | Reply More
Apples of Gold Favorites: Our Top 100 List of Christian Jewelry

Apples of Gold Favorites: Our Top 100 List of Christian Jewelry

Even though Apples of Gold strives to make your online shopping experience as easy and store-like as possible, clicking through web pages is not exactly like the experience of wandering through a store. You can’t ask the jeweler, “What’s selling well?” or “Where are the new pieces?” In Read More

September 26, 2011 | By | Reply More
White Gold Cross Pendants

White Gold Cross Pendants

Cross pendants date back to 1000 AD and were worn by believers as an announcement of their faith.  In those days, cross pendants were still the most popular forms of Christian jewelry.  Christians felt connected to cross pendants not only as a way to display faith, but more so as a way to feel an emotional Read More

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