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Rich and Charlie Resources for December is available for your
enjoyment. You may especially like the “Top 10 ADVENTure Church Signs We Would
Like to See.”
See this biblically influenced clip that celebrates the 50th
anniversary of NASA’s lunar program, wrapping the whole event in biblical
Christian worldview. Good for “older us” who witnessed it Christmas 1968 and
for middle school on up students who would do well to see it. (Challies A La Carte Weekend)
Two Scariest Lies in the World Right Now
according to Francis Chan in an article by Toni Ridgaway in ChurchLeaders. Quite a few people hold
Since this publication is especially for
retired educators, perhaps you would enjoy access to a retired LEA devotion.
See “Light Headed” from 2005.
Scroll down for the previous issue.
How to Grow Newer When You’re Not Growing Younger (Abigail Dodds in TGC)… Why flounder in lost youth? (Kingdom People)
The Cutest Ministry Team you Will See Helping People in California
(Stephanie Martin in ChurchLeaders)…
Perhaps you will recognize some of these friends.
Gotta Serve Somebody—Especially at the Holidays (Pat Hanson in GRAND)… An
antidote for loneliness!
The Christmas Story Told From Kids’ Perspective (Brian Orme in ChurchLeaders)…
Why not join the commercial ventures already stocking their shelves with goodies?
Arrange to receive daily Advent devotions from Lutheran Hour Ministries. Advent begins December 2.
Retired LEA devotion… Since this publication is especially for retired educators,
perhaps you would enjoy access to a retired LEA devotion. See “Relax? Relax!?
Relax!!?” from 2005.
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