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Holiday Reflections

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Now that the Holiday season is winding down, it’s a great time to reflect on how things lined up with what you envisioned. Please enjoy this video, and share your insights below!

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Journal:  How did your vision for Christmas compare to what actually happened?  What was your most memorable moment?  What are some things you’d like to do differently next year?  Share your thoughts below.

2 Responses so far.

  1. Dan Cumbo says:

    This year on Christmas Eve my family went to the local hospital to help in an event to minister to the families at the hospital with premature babies. A lunch was provided for all of the families and we sang Christmas carols from 11:30-1:30. Two hours of singing Christmas carols!! The families were very appreciative, and we saw parents with tears rolling down their faces. This was definitely a time for some of these folks to be reminded of “God with us” in our trials. Well, this turned out to be the high point of my Christmas and also for my 2 teenage kids. Our family was truly blessed by taking time during Christmas to server others.

    Thank you for your blog!

    • niadavenport says:

      That’s beautiful, Dan! It’s a memory that your children will probably share with their children one day a LONG time from now. (Those sweet parents would have been crying for a different reason if I sang for them…)

      Thank you for this inspiring testimony!

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