Category Archives: Jesus

In the Meme Time: Perspective for December

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Cold Night by ARHuelsenbeck

I like to picture the hills in Bethlehem covered in pure white that night, but it seldom snows in Bethlehem. Even if there was snow that night, how long could it have lasted? And how long could it have remained … Continue reading

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Review of Jesus Calling by Sarah Young

I don’t like other people telling me what God is saying to me. I will discern God’s messages by myself, thank you. So I was very skeptical years ago when good friends of mine presented me with a copy of Young’s … Continue reading

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Colors of Love and Spring by Betty Mason Arthurs

  What is the color of love? The color of spring? Blue? Yellow? Red? Green? Is it the color of a radiant pink garden rose or the fuzzy yellow of a honey bee? Perhaps love is a rainbow of colors … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Mother

Today is my mother’s 92nd birthday, the first one since her death four months ago. Today I am acutely reminded of my loss. I will be glad to get through this day, to have checked off one more “first” without her. … Continue reading

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Santa and the True Spirit of Christmas…by Andrea R Huelsenbeck

Note: This article was originally written in 1994, published in The Annals of Saint Anne and later in Active Christian News.   A portly man with a white beard, wearing a flannel shirt and suspender-supported blue jeans, pumped gas into … Continue reading

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Diamond Ring and Christmas by Betty Mason Arthurs

Diamond Ring and Christmas by Betty Mason Arthurs Christmas time brings both happy and painful memories. Today, I share one of a father’s love and his gift. A father kept a memorable gift tucked away in the top drawer of … Continue reading

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