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Christmas for many is comfortable and sweet, a time to enjoy the fun and traditions year after year. Then things change. Loved ones pass away, families and friends rearrange their lives. Family homes are sold; children move out. Or maybe we feel we've "done" enough Christmases and wonder whether we might deserve to be a bit selfish, curl up with a good book, and just hide away until the holidays are over!
Christmas for many others is different; there are no choices and no celebrations. Just another day with a crust of bread or a scrap of food or maybe nothing. No toys, no color, no light. No hope anywhere to make one day different from another.
Removing the obstacles to peace in the Middle East
Keith J. Henderson
Safety in the Middle East
with contributions from Martin Luther King
Spiritual history and the Middle East
Beulah M. Roegge
The prophecy and birth of Christ Jesus
Courtnay L. W. Douglas
Unexpected Christmas blessings
Ellen Moore Thompson
Celebrating the angel messages that heal
Jan Kassahn Keeler
The end of the millennium: have we missed it?
by Kim Shippey
Is God changing—or are we?
William E. Moody
One day when I woke up to go to school I felt awful
Kelly Scott with contributions from Sandra Lynn LeCompte Scott
My roommate and I were working on a ceiling fixture in an upstairs...
Rosalie E. Dunbar
When I was in college, I had many opportunities to rely on...