Tag Archives: Luke 2

Christmas Doom and Joy: the Holiday with Mixed Messages

Luke 2 is full of wonder, telling the story of Jesus’ birth, God himself being born as a baby in a simple manger. This was news worth telling as the angel demonstrated by announcing it to  shepherds, people who knew … Continue reading

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Understanding Advent – simple lessons from those who were there

[This first appeared as a guest post I wrote for Aimee Byrd’s Housewife Theologian on December 13, 2011. Blessed Advent and Merry Christmas to you all.] *** Anticipation Christmas carols. They’re all over. From the radio to shopping malls and even … Continue reading

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The Anticipation of Christ – it’s not what people expected

[This post appeared at Aimee Byrd’s place on December 13, 2011. Blessed Advent and Merry Christmas to you all.] Anticipation Christmas carols. They’re all over. From the radio to shopping malls and even in churches. Yes, I said even in … Continue reading

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Friday Rewind – 10/5/12

[Other than my wonderful wife, the most encouraging, helpful, encouraging, insightful and encouraging person in my guest blog posting efforts has been Aimee Byrd. This post first appeared at her place on December 13, 2011, and was the second one I’d … Continue reading

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