Tag Archives: Christmas

Hope Even in the Darkness

December 18, 2020

I’ve always been interested in the contrast of light and darkness. As we draw nearer to the darkest day of the year, and the day the Light came to earth, I thought I’d repeat some old blog posts. This one is from 2017 but it is even more relevant today, in the midst of all […]

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Your First Christmas

December 9, 2020

Do you remember your first Christmas? Didn’t think so. I don’t, either. Not too many of us do. I remember early ones, when my brother thought he heard Santa stomping around on our roof with his big boots and when we waited at the top of the stairs with my little cousins, eager to be […]

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Into a Dark World, Light

December 11, 2018

December is a month of waiting. If you’re young, you wait for Santa to come. If you’re a sun-seeker, you wait for the days to grow longer again. If you’re a Christ-follower, you wait for the coming (the advent) of the Christ child. While you wait, you are anything but passive. You don’t sit, bored, […]

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