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Month: December 2011

Christ in the Neighbor

  And so it was, that, while they were there, the days were accomplished that she should be delivered. And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped Him in swaddling clothes, and laid Him in a manger.’ There are...

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Come and See

One of the Mission workers in out partner church in Germany, the SELK, wrote and article about the work going on among the immigrants that are moving to that country.  He says that a lot of people come up to him and say,...

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I Wanna Go To Bethlehem

We are in the “between times”. We celebrate the birth of Christ and continue that celebration for 12 days and then we celebrate the coming of the “wise men from the East”.  But it is in the between times...

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Gentle Jesus Meek and Mild

   One of the things that I will ramble on about at this time of the year is that Christmas is not over.  We celebrate until the 6th of January when we begin the Epiphany season and the visit of the Wisemen.  Another thing that...

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Shepherds Song

Christmas is the most “sensuous” of holidays.  The smell of a pine forest in the snow around Brainerd will bring back Christmas memories.  The taste of peppermint will take me back almost 50 years to a Christmas...

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