Time for our 10 most popular posts of 2010! But first, thanks for stopping by my place this last year, walking with me on my journey, and sharing my blisters.
Little grandkids are always honest, even when you don’t want them to be. Last Sunday Paisley decided to interrupt a sermon on forgiveness with her version of unforgiveness.
“Christmas is a time when you get homesick,” says Carol Nelson, “even when you're home.” I had that homesick feeling off and on all during this holiday season.
My gift to you is this lovely clip of the song "Mary, Did You Know." It so beautifully expresses the birth of Christ and the hope and faith that Mary must have experienced.
Amid the glitter and sparkle of the holiday season, I sometimes need an ancient voice calling me back to the truth I long to hear at Christmas time.
There is a wonder discovered when we view Christmas through a child's eyes. The children of St. Paul's Church have put together an amazing clip that gives us Christmas through their eyes.
I enjoy Christmas—it’s a season of giving, and the giving of gifts is one of my love languages. Yet, I found myself frustrated as I searched for a gift to take to a Christmas party.
Ruth Bell Graham was married to a famous evangelist. You would think her life held excitement and God experiences, and I’m sure it did. Yet it also held heartbreak.
It has been said that music holds no depth unless the writer has been broken deep within. Truth and hope bloom when deep calls to deep in the hearts of listeners.
Advent celebrates the 3 comings of Christ. This post looks at the 3rd coming and how the God Who Wears Skin is looking forward to that last great "coming."