We have traditionally made cookies around the holidays, including at Christmastime, to share with our neighbors. While the business of life can make it hard to connect with those in such close proximity to us, making and delivering cookies is an easy way to bless your neighbors and break the ice, so you can say “hi” at the mailbox, invite them over for dinner, or talk to them about Jesus.
Join Jamie Harms today at ufcwomen.blog as she takes us on a journey through Handle's Messiah.
With winter comes darkness as the days get shorter. We wake up in the cold and dark and go to bed in the same way. In my family, we count down until the days start to get longer again and spring is just around the corner. But in the darkness, in the month of December, we start to see glimmers of life giving light on the houses in our neighborhoods, on trees in our living rooms, and from advent wreaths on our tables. Even in darkness, we cling to the life and hope that comes with that light.