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A woman—suddenly homeless, jobless, and separated from her family—in a roadside phone booth on Christmas Day. She needs employment and a place to stay.
Sad, you say? Yes. Yet each year millions of lonely people all over the world spend holidays in misery. A far cry from the festive feast with family and friends traditionally associated with December 25 and other special times. There must be something we can do to help these people. And there is.
Seeing Christlikeness at Christmas
ROBERT L. GATES
DORIS MERCIA MILLAR
Purpose for living
DESMOND E. MAC-KWASHIE
CAROL CHAPIN LINDSEY
JUDITH ANN HARDY
The high point is always the angels
A Christmas healing
BARBARA KOBLER ROSSITER
Remembering God's great goodness
FRANKIE L. THOMAS
A sound I've heard
EVELYN GROVER HEISS
Don't let "if only" steal your now
MARY ELIZABETH LEEVER
GEOFFREY J. BARRATT
Leave all for Christ?
NATHAN A. TALBOT
Zacchaeus cared and climbed
Virginia F. Kuemmin
I was troubled with bronchial asthma and taking pills every day...
R. J. ELIZABETH MEINTJES with contributions from MATHYS CRONJE MEINTJES
The Scriptures are timeless sacred records that are relevant to us...
ELIZABETH M. BARTMAN