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Christmas Truce

Christmas Truce

Mustard gas.       Muddy trenches.     No Man’s Land. In 1914, Britain, France, and Russia united to stop the greedy German kaiser. Surely, they’d have him running for home, his tail between his legs by Christmas. But Christmas found both armies weary, wet, and cold....
A Little Girl’s Amazing Season of Expectations

A Little Girl’s Amazing Season of Expectations

Advent. The season of expectations. When I was a little girl, the traditions of Advent filled me with all the emotions the season represents—Hope, Peace, Joy, and Love. Waiting for Messiah, God with us. On the first Sunday of Advent, my mother would light one candle...
From Christmas to the Resurrection: My Quirky Tradition

From Christmas to the Resurrection: My Quirky Tradition

While I love the Advent season and lighting candles leading up to the birth of Jesus and celebrating that Birth with family, I also love the Lenten season leading up to the Resurrection of Jesus in a much different way. Advent is the season of expectation. It’s...
A Smoking Wick or a Brilliant Flame?

A Smoking Wick or a Brilliant Flame?

I love the Advent season with all of its symbols. Garlands. Wreaths. Calendars. Creches. And lights. A seven-foot tree reigns over my living room. Garlands wind their way up the stair railing and drape the fireplace mantel. Enter through my front door, and a nativity...

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