Christmas Light

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Bringing Home a Grudge for Christmas?

By Donna Perugini

Families members coming together for the Christmas season sometimes bring more than themselves.

Once you understand what a grudge is, you’ll see what  memories and feelings…good and bad, come with the family…

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Unwrapping the Heart of Christmas

By Cherrie Herrin-Michehl

A few years ago, shortly after drying the  Thanksgiving dishes, I started to panic.  How would I get Christmas together?  My heart raced and my palms felt sweaty as I thought of everything I had to do before the big day – shop, decorate…

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The Christmas Critic

By H. L. Wegley

Joshua West swiveled on the bench in the boys’ locker room, trying to slip into his shirt while he aligned his feet with his shoes. The recurrent thought jolted him again. Mr. Evans might be dying. This was December first, Mr. Evans’ first day of chemo…

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A Priceless Christmas Gift

By Lydia Harris

“What do you like about Christmas?” I asked my six-year-old granddaughter as we drove to a Christmas program. “Presents!” she replied without hesitation and giggled. I could have squelched her response by saying, “Oh, but Jesus is the BEST Gift.” And sometimes…

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The Christmas Centerpiece by Laura Smith

“Oh!” I clasped my hands together in elation as our teacher showed us an example of the centerpieces we would be making for our mothers. This was beautiful, and I could already envision…

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Time to Celebrate!

By Michael Duncan

An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid…

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Living in Advent: to hear bells of peace

By Connie Mace

His heart reeling from sorrow upon sorrow,
his country torn apart by war of brother against brother,
Henry cried out…
and GOD gave Him
the same message sent to the shepherds…
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