The God of Christmas Past: More than a Part-Time Parent

December 24, 2019 | Megan Schemenauer

My father exists in my memories of Christmas as little more than a picture, long since faded by the years. Tall and gangly. Floppy dark hair. A shaggy 70s mustache. Standing beneath a wood-trimmed doorway decked in shiny red garland and holding a...

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The God of Christmas Present: A Mighty God We Need

December 17, 2019 | Jessica Benko

Often times, I find myself associating the word “mighty” with superheroes. Why? Because might suggests strength and power — being larger than life and heroic.  Think about it. Today’s superheroes are all of those...

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The God of Christmas: Supernatural Therapist

December 10, 2019 | Amanda Buxton

For many of us, if there is ever a time for a therapist, Christmas is it! The pressures of the present, memories of the past, and the weight of the future are often more than we can navigate on our own. So common is this Christmas theme that even...

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Overcoming 3 Blocks So You Can Apologize Like It’s a Superpower

November 26, 2019 | Amanda Buxton

I’m not going to lie. If I had a superpower, it would be apologizing.  Somewhere in my life, I watched too many people ruin too many good relationships just because they couldn’t say, “I’m sorry.” Two words!...

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He Sees (Treasures in Heaven, Part 2)

November 19, 2019 | Jaci Miller

So often the entire world, even the Christian one, seemed to overlook me. To miss completely my actions, my intentions, my words. An ugly stepchild no one wanted to see. Ever felt that way? Misunderstood or ignored? Maybe you too have...

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