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Christmas shopping, for me, comes closer to the agonies of Holy Week.
How spreading cheer made my spirits extra, extra bright.
Moments of unexpected cheer are what the holidays are made of, writes assistant editor Daniel Kessel.
In this story from December 1966, the evangelist and author shares three symbols that represent the true meaning of the season.
It's not the games or sweets or even the gifts, it's all about family being together.
A wooden Christmas ornament shows the animals in the stable at Jesus' birth.
A fitting benediction to your Christmas celebration or to your everyday life.
A young widow discovers healing on a cold winter day.
An uplifting devotion to warm your heart.
A family's generosity turns out to be not just a good idea, but a God idea.
As my small son and I rock back and forth on the floor, I’m reminded of what’s important.
The voice came out of nowhere, promising the impossible...
The faces and voices may have changed, but this holiday tradition keeps family connected.
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