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A Merry Heart
Down Memory Lane
Light In The Darkness
Take It To Heart
The Joy Of Family
The Rhythm of Life
Through Their eyes
'Tis The Season
We Are The Church


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CONTENTS FOR DECEMBER 2007

FRONT PAGE

Letter from Deborah Porter--Editor, FaithWriters' Magazine

The Blessing Wall
By Pam Hetland

There was every reason to dread the coming of Christmas, but then God stepped in with a wall full of reasons for joy.


A MERRY HEART

Sabbath Academy
By Corinne Smelker

The name is such a turn off…surely this talented bunch can come up with something better.


DOWN MEMORY LANE

Country Cousins
By Jan Ross

Sweet memories of a family reunion on Christmas Day.


LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS

Seeds to Sow
By Cheri Hardaway

Christmas was Mom's favorite time of year--a time to shine and celebrate the birth of her Savior. But there was an even greater legacy she left behind--that of seed sower.


TAKE IT TO HEART

Ornamental Occasion
By Laura L. Shaw

An overpriced bauble led to a lesson from the Holy Spirit about the true Ornament of Christmas.

Where is Joseph?
By Verna Cole Mitchell

A Nativity Scene without Joseph just isn't complete. Join Verna as she shares some thoughts about the significance of Joseph's role, and what we can learn from his example.


THE JOY OF FAMILY

Be Careful What Your Kids Pray For
By Shari Armstrong

They taught her to pray, and then lived with the consequences.


THE RHYTHM OF LIFE

Holy Heartbeat
By Pat Guy

From conception to the cross, and beyond--the heart of God was beating.

What Does Christmas Mean to You?
By Chrissy Siggee

A poem of contrasts that will move your heart.


THROUGH THEIR EYES

Dung Beetle
By Jan Ackerson

He was nothing--lower than a dung beetle. What could this king of mercy and grace possibly have for him?


'TIS THE SEASON

A Christmas Quiz
By Gary Kurz

Test how much you really know about Christmas--you may be surprised.


WE ARE THE CHURCH

Exit Quickly, Stage Right
By Dee Yoder

Biblical characters didn't wear glasses, so John wasn't going to wear them in the church Nativity Play, either.