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Sacred Holidays in a Dark World

My favorite Christmas carol is “O Holy Night.” The words take me away and fill me with such joy. I am reminded that Christmas isn’t just another season or day celebrated without a second thought. The words of the song echo in our hearts this year, “a thrill of hope, a weary world rejoices.”  We ... READ the POST

The History of Advent in the Church

Can you hear it? That faint sound of Christmas music ringing through the air, colder weather coming to call, and the twinkling of Christmas lights. Yes, it’s that time of year again. There are a million things to do and shopping lists are a mile long. With this season comes great expectations. One ... READ the POST

For When You are Afraid

“For I know that my Redeemer lives and at the last, he will stand upon the earth. And after my skin has been thus destroyed, yet in my flesh, I shall see God, who I shall see for myself, and my eyes shall behold, and not another.” (Job 19:25-27)  I sat across from my counselor as she diagnosed ... READ the POST

How to Choose a Study Bible

I will never forget my first official study Bible. We aren’t just talking about something simple. We are talking leather-like cover, lots of study notes, maps, and red letters. It’s sitting here with me as I write. It is far more worn than it used to be.  My mom gave it to me when I was a ... READ the POST

5 Reasons Christ had to die on the Cross

It seems as though winter has finally given way to spring. In North Carolina, that means piercing blue skies and writing from the back porch. There is nothing quite like spring, the flowers bud after a long, dead winter. The grass is greener after months of dying in the cold. Bare branches make room ... READ the POST

5 Family Prayers for Holy Week

We are approaching Easter and Holy Week in the midst of a world that seems to be crumbling in crisis from Covid-19, a faltering economy, and fear running rampant. Our hearts are distracted from the purpose of the Lenten season, and the peace we should be feeling has been replaced with crippling ... READ the POST


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