Monthly Archives: December 2016

Jesus was a refugee

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The Christmas celebration ends with an empty tomb

The story begins with the Christmas celebration of the birth of a baby. The story ends with an empty tomb. Let us not rush to get there, but let us not forget how this story ends. We celebrate the birth, … Continue reading

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A Savior in A Charlie Brown Christmas

Originally posted on Faith on the Fringe:
We’ve all seen A Charlie Brown Christmas, the Emmy award-winning TV program that has charmed audiences for 50 years. As Charlie Brown struggles with the commercialism of Christmas, Linus reminds him of what…

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The people in the Bible

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You doubtless will make some mistakes

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Is Christ really in your heart?

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Turning the other cheek at Christmas

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Let Jesus in

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Saint Nicholas’ Day

Last weekend at the Mall of America in Minnesota, Larry Jefferson donned his Santa apparel, talked with children, and posed for photos. The internet trolls turned out in force because jolly old St. Nicholas was being portrayed by a black … Continue reading

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