A Home for Christmas

A Home for Christmas

You can listen to the story here, or read below: In 1994, two Americans answered an invitation from the Russian Department of Education to teach morals and ethics (based on Biblical principles) in the public schools. They were invited to teach at prisons, businesses, the fire and police departments, and a large orphanage run by the State. It was nearing the holiday season for the orphans to hear for the first time the traditional Christmas story. They told them about Mary and Joseph arriving in Bethlehem and finding no room in the inn, the couple went to a stable and found a manger, where Jesus was born and placed in the manger. Throughout the story, the children, according to one of the Americans, “sat in...Read more
Driving In Our Own Spiritual Circles, Part 2 – Luke 3:7-15

Driving In Our Own Spiritual Circles, Part 2 – Luke 3:7-15

Have you ever watched the movie, Plains, Trains, and Automobiles? One of my favorite parts is when they are driving in that green rental station wagon in the middle of the night. John Candy falls asleep and crosses over the median. It wakes him up and he and Steve Martin look around and it looks like they’re going just fine. After a moment a car comes along side them, only they’re really on the other side of the grassy median. Steve looks at them and they’re yelling something at him only he can’t hear them. John and Steve look at them, wave thank you and drive on, but the people are persistent. John and Steve look over at them and John makes a gesture like...Read more