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3 Questions to Ask for a Christmas to Remember
Looking for ways to make this Christmas a memorable one for your family? Hoping this Christmas will be stress-free and a happy one? Here are 3 questions to ask for a Christmas you’ll want to remember.
Wrapped in Reality
Wrapped in Reality Throughout the year, we become ‘wrapped up’ in all sorts of situations. Our thoughts wander. Our hearts turn toward fleeting pleasures. Our minds dwell on troubles and worries and the things of life we cannot change or escape. God wrapped His Reality in flesh. And the Word became flesh and dwelt among […]
And He Will Be Called
[guest post written by Kathi Woodall] Wonderful Counselor Jesus established a plan – a course of action. He will carry it through to completion. That plan is marvelous and wonderful; however, it is also hard, difficult to understand, and beyond our power. “…establishing and upholding it with justice and righteousness from that time on and forever.” Isaiah […]
5 Simple Steps to Holiday Cheer
no. 1 Set Boundaries I once read a book that changed my life forever: Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life After reading it, I began to realize my inability to say no crippled many relationships and kept me from pursuing the real things that mattered. Buried […]
My Jesus Pin
My Jesus Pin Many years ago, I received a Jesus is the Reason for the Season pin for Christmas. For my first few Christmases as a new Christian, I wore it to work as a “Hey, look at me, I’m a Christian. Please ask me about my pin and I’ll tell you why you, too, […]
Just between us. . .
God incarnate. . . It’s the most difficult idea to grasp. The idea that God wrapped Himself in humble flesh and dwelt among us to be found in appearance as a man. To walk with us. To wash our feet. To be as we are. I’m often consumed by the idea of such massive love–and at […]
But then You came
[guest post written by David Brannock] But then you came. Several Advents ago I heard a story from a sermon by Rick Ezell. As I recall the story, one day a young wife and mother snapped and ran away. She answered her husband’s frequent phone calls but wouldn’t tell him where she was. She ignored […]
While We Wait
My kids are never more concerned with the calendar than they are in December. This year it’s my younger son who’s taken on the calendar responsibility. So before heading off to school, he checks the date, counts off the days left, and announces to the family how many more days until school’s out for Christmas […]