“Glory to the newborn King!” A Christmas hymn devotionbased on the hymns of Charles Wesley (1707-1788) For some of us, it just doesn’t feel like Christmas until we hear, “Hark!
Hallelujah!Liesa Nichols Music has always had a great presence in my Christmas celebrations. Music was ever present in my childhood home, as my mother was an active soloist in our
Go and Be BlessedLinda King, Director of Hospitality & Membership Care When the angels had left them and gone into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, “Let’s go to
Make Room for Joy3rd Sunday of Advent You may be packing your BAGS to travel for the holidays, but leave your BAGGAGE behind.Let go of negativity and free yourself to
Ministry of the ChildAnn Hammond Everyone who heard it was amazed at what the shepherds told them. Luke 2:18 We can learn so very much from the ministry of children.
Finding Our Way, wildly and warmlyThe prophet reminds us to make a way for the Lord to enter our lives today. Read: Mark 1:1-8 John the Baptist was in the wilderness
The Arrival of Joy & HopeJo BurkhardtWhen each new year begins, it seems Christmas is so far away. Yet, so quickly, here we are again. This time of year brings
“And God himself is born,” a Christmas hymn devotionbased on the hymns of Charles Wesley (1707-1788) We begin life remarkably vulnerable. Infants cannot care for themselves but need loving adults
Savior of the Nations, Come – UMH214Allen Barbee Everything in our lives is incredibly fast-paced. Our electronics are constantly updating, our buildings are being modernized and built, there’s always a
NativitiesLee TurnerOne of the family Christmas traditions we have at our house is displaying our collection of nativities. St. Francis of Assisi set up the first nativity scene in 1223.