Nativity Scene

The Best Birth Story Ever Told

by Shelly Hernandez I love Christmas. There’s not much I don’t love about this holiday. I love the decorations, the carols, the parties, the traditions, the food and the gift-giving. Most of all, I love that this holiday is all ...

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Stormageddon

Stormageddon and Comfort and Joy

by Barbara Taylor Our house is built on the banks of the San Lorenzo River. It has been here for 83 years but every time there is a heavy rainstorm, I ...

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Wonderful time

Advent: The Hope Factor

by Rebecca Krusee Friday night, I settled in my chair at the Women’s Christmas Tea and looked around the candle lit room. The seasonal china and decor were lovely, and the ...

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Hope in palms

Hope Lives!

by Karen O'Connor I remember clearly a night some 40 years ago when my husband, at the time, pulled me close in our twilight sleep and whispered in my ear, "Cathy, ...

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Broken Christmas

Broken Pieces of Christmas

by Sherry Van Zante In mid November, I listened as the young women at my table, women near my daughter’s age, requested prayer. Request after request came for peaceful holiday celebrations. ...

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Advent Wreath

Advent: The Hope For Dark Days

By Carol Nicolet Loewen ADVENT. As Rene explained its meaning Saturday night, joy welled in my heart. As believers, we have not one, but TWO Advents, or “arrivals”, to celebrate. First, “… ...

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Grace in our hands

A Ragamuffin’s Thanksgiving

by Barbara Taylor I don’t remember my mother ever cooking a Thanksgiving turkey. (That doesn’t mean she didn’t. I just don’t remember it, if she did.) The first Thanksgiving I can ...

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