As I continued reading, I started thinking of the first Christmas family and that little baby in the manger.
I thought of my own new family and our little baby that was growing inside of me.
But Jes helps Max to see how important God’s perfect gift to us was.
The mayor and citizens of Trapper Falls, a small Alaskan town, are in a legal battle to keep the spirit and traditions of Christmas alive.
We especially love to read by the lights of the Christmas tree.
Each year I try to find a new story to add to our collection, and I’m always searching for Christ-centered books.
You can grab a glass of wine at the lobby bar and sit down with a book about John Lennon and his years in New York without incident or thumb through the lobby’s collection of Johnny Cash memorabilia for as long as you’d like.
It’s so easy to get caught up in the chaos of Christmas.
Max is a young girl who just happens to have her birthday on Christmas- and she does not like it.
She also does not like her school assignment to write about Christmas.
That’s why I rounded up…All the stars in heaven are competing to see who can shine the brightest for the king who will be born.
This twist on the classic Christmas story connects the star on top of the tree with the true meaning of Christmas.
And suddenly I was overwhelmed with love- Christ’s love for me. We didn’t have any presents to unwrap, but we had all of the greatest gifts already.