Category Archives: Christmas

Born to You!

The angel said to them, “Behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to all the people; for there is born to you this day a Saviour, who is Christ the Lord.” There will be no … Continue reading

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I want to reconnect with you and I hope you will be blessed by this little sharing of our memories over these past months, living in Vancouver, immersing ourselves in the Regent community and graduate studies. They reflect the values that shape … Continue reading

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In Quiet Anticipation

For most of the people around me, family has been forefront these past couple of weeks as we have gathered for Christmas celebrations. Today things made an invisible but palpable switch as the phone rang and emails poured in from … Continue reading

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Coming Alongside

Given the recent news of late, it’s hard to imagine anything will be very ‘holly and jolly’ this Christmas for residents of Newtown, Connecticut. The effects of this tragedy touch us all and we try hard to make sense of something that makes no … Continue reading

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Contemplating Christmas

December 14, 2012 I am busy at the sewing machine putting the final touches on a couple of Christmas gifts tonight. While my hands guide the fabric my heart guides contemplative space and the process feels good. My thoughts are … Continue reading

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Space for Waiting

This past fall has seen us on the move much more, even, than usual. We both come from rather nomadic people groups so we blame our restlessness on our genetic history and we have seriously considered giving up home ownership … Continue reading

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