Christmas Light

Looking out our kitchen window at night, I look at the house in the next street. They have a small Christmas tree perched on their upstairs windowsill. When it is dark, the lights on that tree shine so beautifully bright against a black backdrop. Seeing this light gives me joy and comfort – it is […]

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Love Came Down At Christmas by Sinclair B. Ferguson – BOOK REVIEW

I wanted to get a review of this book out before Advent begins to give you a chance to get hold of a copy! Sinclair B. Ferguson doesn’t focus on the well-known nativity that we might expect for an advent reading. He focuses on another well-known passage of the Bible that many of us will […]

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Carol Singing Vegetables

Yes. You read that correctly. Did you know that the meat we throw away this Christmas would equate to two million turkeys and the wasted gravy could fill an Olympic sized swimming pool? Do you need more convincing statistics? I have a video to share that will hopefully challenge you and push you to action.   […]

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Why I Celebrate Christmas

On Sunday 2oth December, on the fourth Sunday of Advent, I was asked to share my testimony – my journey as a Christian – at the Carols by Candlelight service at my church. If anyone knows me well, public speaking does not come so easy for me. My legs turn to jelly. My mouth dries […]

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A Newlywed Christmas and the Gift of Reconciliation

This week at #TheLoft we are sharing our Christmas traditions! Looking forward to seeing how other bloggers around the world celebrate their Christmas! The Loft is open – come on up!  When I saw the topic for this week’s link up at The Loft, I smiled and then started to wonder what on earth I […]

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