Monthly Archives: December 2016

Unwrap the Gift

My sister in law from Washington DC sends the most beautifully decorated gifts. They are just gorgeous—unlike mine which look like the kids wrapped them. Maybe I should leave them from wrapped and just look at the loveliness. But what … Continue reading

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Listening to God

Last night the Confirmation students walked a prayer labyrinth. You can see from the photo that a labyrinth is a path which leads, via a winding route, to the center of an intricate design and back out again. While walking … Continue reading

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Room for Doubt

Christmas trees are up. Lights are lit. Mangers adorn our homes. Amazon packages are arriving on porches. Holiday music is everywhere. The signs are clear–Christmas is coming soon! As we light three candles on the Advent wreath this Sunday, we … Continue reading

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Why Advent?

The family had just finished decorating the Christmas tree. With the house lights off and the tree lights on, little Emma and Zach danced around the tree singing, “I can’t wait for Christmas. When will it be Christmas? I want … Continue reading

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