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We light the second candle on our Advent wreath, the Peace Candle. How can we focus on the peace that is going to enter the world at Christmas? What changes can we make today to help bring it about?
As parents we need to shelter our children just enough, but not too much.
How do you keep Christ in Christmas? Monica McConkey shares what her family is doing, and you’re sure to glean some great ideas!
This quick-cooking comfort food is great for those times when it’s 5 PM and you forgot to defrost something for dinner!
Enjoy this week’s Greetings from Gracieland, our fantastic webstrip from Jimmy Gownley and Ellen Toole Austin.
Confronting our prejudices can be painful, but it can also be freeing. New contributor Jeannie Ewing explores how having children has stretched her.
Jesus says, “Blessed are those who have not seen but still believe;” Kelly Guest adds to it: blessed are those who live like they believe.
My messy house proclaims the greatness of the Lord.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio shares a family tradition that’s served his family well for 19 years. It involves Christmas gifts, MINUS the tearing open and sobbing mess.
Editor’s Note: Today, we welcome Constance Hull as a contributor. She’ll be sharing a series about miscarriage and then…we’ll see! Constance blogs at …