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The Beauty and Ugliness of Christmas

December 17, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Childhood memories leave a lasting impression on our lives. In walking down memory lane, here are some of my own childhood memories regarding Christmas (in no particular order): a Christmas tree in the living room special decorations, lights, and candles singing Christmas carols a Nativity set in which baby Jesus was placed in the center […]... continue >>

Will Our Children Know What Truth Is?

December 16, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Here is a simple exercise to do with your older children and students this week: Ask them: “What’s the truth?” Write down their answers. Next, read Steven Lawson’s great post at Ligonier Ministries titled, “The Moment of Truth: ItsáReality” in which he notes and defines eight characteristics of truth. After doing this, go back and […]... continue >>

A Crying Baby in a Manger

December 15, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
I have a confession to make: For the past two decades I have tampered with the words of a beloved Christmas carol. Well, to be honest, I’ve only changed two words, but those two words are significant in my mind and drive home a huge theological truth. The cattle are lowing, the baby awakes, But […]... continue >>

Only 4 Days Left of the 2014 Christmas Sale!

December 11, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Remember, our Christmas Sale ends at midnight on Sunday, December 14. So, there are only four more days to send in your order. Here, again, are the special discounted offers: Jesus is Most Special—This new Christmas-themed book from Sally Michael is available in quantities of 3 for $20. Making HIM Known Series, Set of 5—There […]... continue >>

Not All are Merry

December 10, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
As we minister in our classrooms this Christmas season, it is important that we recognize that not all children may be merry. Some have experienced terrible loss that will be felt by the whole family—maybe the recent death of a beloved grandparent. Others will feel the turmoil and stress of a broken home or fighting […]... continue >>