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084: Bonus Episode – The Christmas Story

Luke's Gospel tells the Christmas story just as it happened.  He writes: At that time the Roman emperor, Augustus, decreed that a census should be taken throughout the Roman Empire. (This was the first census taken when Quirinius was governor of Syria.) All returned to their own ancestral towns

084: Bonus Episode – The Christmas Story2021-09-22T13:15:45-05:00

083: The Best Christmas Gift – Be with People in Community

The best Christmas gift we can give to someone, and ourself, is to be with people in community. That’s what God did in giving us Jesus. Hello everyone and welcome to episode 83. It is the last one in our series on Relationships at Christmas. One Word to

083: The Best Christmas Gift – Be with People in Community2021-09-22T11:36:12-05:00

082: A Christmas Gift of Anticipation

Learn how to get more out of Christmas through the gift of anticipation. As we appreciate what God has already done for us, we can trust him for our future. We can anticipate the good things he was in store for us, like a child waiting to open

082: A Christmas Gift of Anticipation2021-09-22T11:36:09-05:00

081: A Christmas Gift of Deep Personal Connection

A deep personal connection with someone who “gets us,” brings us joy as we share the challenges and joys of life together. Make one if you don’t have one. It's one of the best Christmas gifts you can ever give – or get. Hello everyone and welcome to

081: A Christmas Gift of Deep Personal Connection2021-09-22T11:36:06-05:00

080: A Christmas Gift of Silence

Relationships during Christmas can be challenging. Your Christmas gift of silence may be the best gift you give this year to people. Hello everyone and welcome to episode 80. It’s the first of our December episodes about what we can learn from the relationships we see in the

080: A Christmas Gift of Silence2021-09-22T13:15:48-05:00

Trying to stop this in 2020

One of the things I would like to do less of this year is stop answering every “How are you?” question with “Fine.” Fine is a perfectly fine response to the 17-year-old barista at Starbucks, or to the bored-to-tears checkout clerk at Target. They’re complete strangers, and are just trying

Trying to stop this in 20202020-01-03T20:11:16-06:00
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