As the snow or rain falls softly on the dewy ground and Christmas draws nearer, there's nothing like a little bit of audible and readable art to bolster the advent message. Just as monumental as Christmas is the absence of Christ's incarnation before the manger—or for that matter, the absence of any direct sign from God in those 400 years between the Old Testament and the New.
Light—the inexplicable yet beautiful part of creation that scientists still have not been able to permanently classify. The innocent symbol of peace and warmth in our lives. The centrality of Christ's ever-enduring message. "The people who walked in darkness Have seen a great light; Those who dwelt in the land of the shadow of death,… Continue reading Guest Post! “The Light of the World” by Hannah
Hello, everyone— To me, Christmas brings memories of childlike excitement; warm, golden pancakes stacked on my breakfast plate; family merrily chatting around the glittering tree. Yet throughout each celebration of Christ's incarnation, nothing has weaved its way so entirely well as music. Michael W. Smith's "Christmastime" album and Amy Grant's "Tennessee Christmas" literally embodies the… Continue reading Celebration: A Christmas Collection