3 Ways to Savor the Savior This Week

By Barbara Rainey | December 27, 2021 | 8 Comments

Stop for a minute. Yes, Christmas Day is now over, but don’t hurry to box up the ornaments and purge the regalia from your home! Recently on December 26 a national morning show featured an “expert” happily talking about packing away decorations and properly disposing of your Christmas tree. “It’s time to move on” was the […]

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The Newborn Babe Is Lord of Lords

By Barbara Rainey | December 24, 2021 | 3 Comments

Have your children or you ever acted bossy over a younger brother or sister? Were your parents heavy handed and authoritative? Has a friend you thought was a friend actually been more of a master? Maybe you played for a coach who acted like a dictator or a 5-star-general. Our world is full of small […]

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The Newborn Babe Is Our Mediator

By Barbara Rainey | December 23, 2021 | 2 Comments

One of the biggest challenges in parenting is sibling rivalry. Without question it was the most difficult part of parenting for us. Period. It is as old as Adam and Eve who saw their first two sons compete so strongly that Cain killed Abel. It’s been with us all ever since. So … What do squabbling […]

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The Newborn Babe Is the Son of David

By Barbara Rainey | December 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Does your family have traditions that have been passed down for generations? At our house these traditions included reading the Christmas story and placing the manger scene in the most prominent place in the house, with the kids always arguing over who got to place baby Jesus in the center where He was worshiped by […]

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The Newborn Babe Is Our Savior

By Barbara Rainey | December 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

  In most tragedies you’ll find a story about a savior. During mass shootings there are people who protect others with their bodies, or people who try to overpower the shooter, and always people who step in to stop the bleeding and keep injured victims alive. After tornadoes someone always steps up to rescue the […]

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