All posts tagged Christmas

Why Christmas Joy is Relevant

by Ada Brownell The church today is accused of being irrelevant. Irrelevant?  What is more relevant than we’re all destined to die, but Jesus Christ came to get us off this planet alive? What is more relevant than John 3:16? “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only […]

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New Christmas Spirit

by Ruth O’Neil Christmas was so much fun when I was a child. I would make up an advent calendar out of paper to cross off the days, but I started in October at the latest. I thought it would be shorter if I only counted the days in between the present and […]

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Planting Seeds of Faith at the Holiday Dinner Table

by Lisa Prysock I hope each of you enjoyed a wonderful time of Thanksgiving with your family as we roll head first into December whether we are ready or not!  It’s an exciting time of year as Christmas is right around the corner.  It seems as though 2016 was a blink!  I can […]

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Holiday Horror Story by C.J. Peterson

Send to Kindle  “Christmas is a holiday that persecutes the lonely, the frayed, and the rejected.” – Jimmy Cannon After weeks of making lists, checking the adds for sales, cleaning the house beyond immaculate, the day had finally arrived! Christmas Eve! It should have been a day of joy and blessing, but to her, it was […]

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Excerpt of Let It Snow by B. J. Robinson

It’s the time of the year for flickering flames, fireplaces, hot chocolate, apple cider, hoodies, and the smell of wood burning. I’m working on three new Christmas novellas. The first one is Let it Snow, and it has a sequel titled When Snowflakes Fall: Wrapped in Love. The third one is When the […]

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The Meaning of Bethlehem by Lynn Mosher

Biblical names have always held great significance; so, what is Bethlehem’s history and description? This is very interesting. Bethlehem’s original name was Ephratah, sometimes used in the shortened version as Ephrath (meaning fruitfulness or fruitful land). Located about five to six miles south of Jerusalem, Bethlehem is nestled in the district of Judah […]

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The Candy Cane Lane Caper Copyright 1999 by Paula Rose Michelson

Send to Kindle   I’m calling this “The Candy Cane Lane Caper” not because it tastes good, but because the place where we always went after dark to check out the holiday lights…The place that could tare us away from our favorite TV show to bundle up, get into our car, and drive to…namely Candy […]

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Are You a Star?

By Staci Stallings Our world today is obsessed with stars–celebrities who make a lot of money, gain a lot of fame, or otherwise dominate the chitter-chatter of masses.  Many of us wish, even if fleetingly, that we could be a star, but most will never attain that “level” of “success.” I found, however, […]

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Three Ways to Find Free Christian Books for Your Kindle After Christmas

Guest post by Shelley Hitz Getting a Kindle for Christmas?  Maybe you already have one or choose to read Kindle books via their free apps.  Whatever the case, it is now time to load up your Kindle with free Christian books online! Here are my top 3 ways to load your Kindle with free […]

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A Pastor’s Confession

by David Megill I have a confession. I love Christmas. Of course, being a Christian I do love most of all what it means in that context.  I love a rousing Merry Christmas and all it entails more than a generic Happy Holidays.  The coming of Christ is truly the most startling and […]

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