Category Archives: Thanksgiving
Are you thankful for nature? Click the link and scroll down to hear the author read her poem.
Ann Voskamp hasn’t always trusted God. When she was four, her younger sister was hit by a truck and died. For a long time, her family struggled with the concept of a good God. A few years ago, a friend … Continue reading
Originally posted on ARHtistic License:
You know those $5 bins of CDs they have at Walmart? I always take a peek in the Christmas bin in case there’s a gem in there I don’t have yet. This year I treated…
Shortly after Carly, my first child, turned a year old, we discovered I was pregnant again. After the initial shock, Greg and I were delighted, looking forward to a new baby in January, and joking that we hoped he or … Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving to you from all of us at Doing Life Together.
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
Thanksgiving Interview by Betty Mason Arthurs One of America’s greatest celebrations is in a few days, Thanksgiving. It’s a time we remember the Pilgrims who came to the new world to escape persecution for their religion. On that special day, … Continue reading
Many years ago, I bought the book, The Christmas Conversation Piece: Creative Questions to Illuminate the Holidays by Bret Nicholaus and Paul Lowrie. Their stated reason for writing the book was “to enhance all your Christmas conversations and draw you … Continue reading
I love looking at Christmas decorations. I think they reflect the people who put them up. Sometimes I wonder what those people are really like. Many years ago, I bought a couple of horns at the craft store and dolled … Continue reading