So while we enjoy the gifts that we give and receive this Christmas, let us be continually mindful of the greater gift that lends his name to this holiday. Without him, all our celebration this season would be nothing more than whistling in the dark.
Jesus loved well and turned the world upside down.
May we, the church universal, do the same. May this Christmas be a time of rediscovery of how much we are loved and a discovery of how we can better love others.
Perhaps it is so in every time, but it is certainly true in this time that we are in desperate need of a reason for joy.
How should the church respond to Chreasters, those who attend on Christmas and Easter? Is there anything we can do to keep them coming? I think there is and it isn’t very complicated.
I fail to see the importance of some of the “Put Christ back in Christmas” rhetoric. How about we live changed lives instead?
A Christmas Card from the McIntyre family wishing you all the best the Christmas Season.
While reading George MacDonald’s Adela Cathcart, I ran across this quote and thought I’d share it: “It is not the high summer alone that is God’s. The winter also is His. And into His winter He came to visit us. And all man’s winters are His – the winter of our poverty, the winter of […]