Posts Categorized: Thanksgiving

Throwing Stones

We’ve all heard the saying, “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” But recently, I’ve been reflecting more deeply on the origins of that phrase. In John 8, we find Jesus teaching in the temple in Jerusalem. The scribes and the Pharisees have brought before Him a woman who’s been caught in… Read more »

Thanks-GETTING

This time of the year revolves around tradition. We dig out familiar decorations, play familiar songs, and cook (delicious, nap-inducing) familiar foods! There’s something comforting about these predictable rituals. One of the best-known Thanksgiving customs is that moment on Thanksgiving Day when everyone goes around the table and shares what they’re thankful for. Family, friends,… Read more »

Thankfulness

It seems every year, the Christmas “season” starts earlier and earlier! Stores stock up their aisles of decorations, Snuggies commercials are everywhere, and the Hallmark Channel has those cheesy holiday movies back to back to back! I even saw a neighbor hanging Christmas lights the other day! However, I want to make sure we don’t… Read more »