Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Many Faces of God

I’ve been thinking this Christmas season about how we have many different relationships with God. There is God, our Father, architect of the universe, in charge, omnipotent, He-who-must-be-obeyed.  He appears a lot in the Old Testament laying down the law … Continue reading

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God Bless Us, Every One!

The 5:00 Christmas Eve Service at LCH is designed for families.  It is fairly informal and includes lots of carols for the congregation to sing and some music from the children in our congregation.  There were individual musical offerings from … Continue reading

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The Jesse Tree

Every year our Sunday school children present The Jesse Tree on the four Sundays of Advent.  Two Sundays have already gone by but we have two Sundays still to go.   This year we have hand bell choir accompaniment and the … Continue reading

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Heaven

  My dog died.  Ivory was the dog that was pictured in the blog, Made for Each Other.   She was 12 and 1/2 years old so you can not say she died too young, but a flaw in God’s … Continue reading

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Who is Coming to our House?

If you are looking for a board book about the nativity for a young child this Advent, I highly recommend   Who is Coming to our House? by Joseph Slate.  This charming little book is a favorite around our house.  Not … Continue reading

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Advent for a Six Year Old

Yesterday my six year old grandson came over.  We have the Christmas decorations up in our house including a candle stand in the shape of a Christmas tree, hung with ornaments, with a wooden creche set at the base.  The grandchildren are always encouraged … Continue reading

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