Monthly Archives: December 2006

two more shopping days

Today is December 21, we are officially in the home stretch. The three bulletins for the Christmas Eve worship services are at the printers, the cookie dough is in the refrigerator and the grocery list ready, the sermon notes are … Continue reading

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googling advent

The beauty of Google is the almost instant access to both words and images. By clicking on the images tab of the Google search, words are now described not only by more words but also in pictures. Like most things, … Continue reading

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lessons in the dark

“Lights, camera, action!” takes on new meaning after a week in the dark. Like half a million St. Louis area homes, we lost power in the wee hours of the morning last Friday. When the lights came back on yesterday … Continue reading

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election results in advent light

The election results this past month were dramatic. Leadership in both the U.S. House and Senate is now being transferred from one party to the other. The winds have shifted, the people have spoken, change is on the horizon. At … Continue reading

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