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Christmas

Something Significant for Christmas: Hydrate to Dominate

Posted by Laura Mueller on

On our trip to Guatemala back in September, our team adopted the phrase "hydrate to dominate." While we saw the humor in the phrase, coined by one of our teammates, we also knew its real importance: water is vital to health and life.  While in Guatemala, we had the honor of meeting Eliu...

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Tags: guatemala, something significant for christmas, ssfc

A Light Has Come

Posted by Lindy Keffer on

For all of Advent, we've been waiting, and the moment ... is ... allllllmossssst ... here.  If you live in a house with small children, as I do, the anticipation is palpable and the answer to "How many days 'til Christmas?" is well rehearsed. Whether it's reindeer sounds, the arrival of...

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Ten Ways to Make a Difference from your Couch this Christmas

Posted by Susan Buenger on

If you're still looking for meaningful gifts to give this Christmas, think of this: you can extend hope and help to a person, family or community in need just by Christmas shopping.  Through Something Significant for Christmas, you can:  1) Give a bus pass to a refugee who has...

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How Lovely on the Mountains

Posted by Lindy Keffer on

"How lovely on the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news, who announces peace, and brings good news of happiness, who announces salvation, who says to Zion, 'Your God reigns.'" - Isaiah 52:7 (NASB) The Advent candle of Joy lights our way this week. To what dark...

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Advent Devotional Week 4: All is Forgiven

Posted by Jennifer Holz on

Meditation by Rev. Jennifer Holz My first summer job was being a lifeguard. I remember passing my Water Safety Instructor course, getting my shiny whistle and climbing up on the lifeguard chair at the Village 7 pool. I was 16 and ready to save the world. Or at least keep the kids in the baby...

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Tags: advent, devotional, worship

The Beginning of Christ's Love and Light

Posted by Lindy Keffer on

After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, “Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him.” When King Herod...

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Unending Love

Posted by Lindy Keffer on

God's Love Can't Be Stopped Many Christian wedding ceremonies include a reflection on the wedding rings, noting that their circular shape represents love that never ends. This is not the love that the bride and groom bring to the altar, for human love is imperfect.  But God's love can't...

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Advent Devotional Week 3: I Will Not Be Stopped

Posted by Katie Fowler on

Meditation by Rev. Katie Fowler What would you do in the name of love? The best romantic comedies show us the lengths that people will go to for love. Great displays of affection, extravagant acts of passion and feeling, beautiful offerings of words and sentiment and devotion. And that’s...

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Tags: advent, devotional, worship

How Does Something Significant For Christmas Work?

Posted by Susan Buenger on

When you choose a gift from the Something Significant Catalog, you give that gift to a person in need and you get to give an "in honor of" card to someone you love, letting them know an act of kindness was done in their name.  Here's how it works:  1) Our missions team has...

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The Promised Messiah

Posted by Lindy Keffer on

Love, Healing and Forgiveness ... with Skin "Now He was here, and with Him came more than God's people had ever dreamed. The hope of the ages had come, 'with healing in his wings.' Nothing could stop His mission of love. Joy had materialized.  'To you is born this day in the city of...

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