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Articles tagged Christmas

Book Review: The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

by Jennifer
Wednesday, 05 December, 2012
categories: Articles, Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
In middle class America, it is always challenging to focus on the real meaning of the first Christmas. We have trouble imagining a young pregnant woman riding a donkey on a long, bumpy journey. It is also hard to express to our children the challenge of giving birth...
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Delighting in People: Service Staff Are Our Neighbors

by Matt
Tuesday, 27 November, 2012
categories: Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
The season is upon us during which shopping, traveling, and eating out will almost be necessities. People will line up to get the newest gadget or deal. Clerks and waiters will be hired to keep up with the rush; they have no experience and they will receive little...
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Christmas is not Coming

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by Tobin
Thursday, 22 December, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
“Mommy, Christmas is NOT coming!” was the cry of a wicked little person in the checkout line ahead of me. He was hunkered into a shopping cart (for which he was far too big), tears dribbling down to his chin as he screamed for a Pez dispenser. His mother’s assurances...
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Christmas Makes a Comedy

by Matt
Wednesday, 21 December, 2011
categories: Big Ideas: Truth, Beauty, Goodness and more!
God is a master storyteller. And we are characters in the Master’s story. Our responsibility lies in being one of the good guys and fulfilling our role in moving the story forward…to wear the white hat and fight for justice, that is our job. The story begins a long...
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Making a Home for the Holidays

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by Ruth
Friday, 09 December, 2011
categories: Homeschooling Life
Does your Thanksgiving sparkle with music, laughter and wit? Has the food you labored over for hours disappeared in minutes? Has your family learned to linger and enjoy one another's company? One year, my extended family celebrated Thanksgiving at a reconstructed...
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