Our Christian faith is a wonderful faith, isn’t it? It starts with the beautiful birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem. On Christmas morning, let us remember the greatest of all of God’s gifts, the gift of his son, to you and to me. Merry Christmas to you and your families.
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5 thoughts on “Christmas 2022 – Episode 59”
Merry Christmas and the healthiest of New Years to you and Dale from Ted and Joyce Moxham
Thanks, Ken. A beautiful way to spend time this Christmas season…and on a rainy day. I also had a stuffed animal, a bear, as a child. But my favorite animal has always been the elephant. When in Lincoln Jr. High in art class one year we made things as part of ceramics . I made an elephant and carved its name, CLARENCE, into its side. It sat in my parents’ house for 40+ years and is now reunited with me…sitting in my bedroom ( minus a tail and one tusk) alongside my favorite novels and pictures of many dear friends. We seem linked in many ways…big and small. Thanks, as always, for so much. Jim Flax
Merry Christmas Rev. Boyle. Love hearing your stories especially this one.
Thank you Reverend Boyle. This is just what I needed to hear this Christmas. I too had a long ago Christmas wish, a stuffed horse I saw in the Sears catalog. My wish did come true! I was youngest of 5 with 9 years between me and the last of the original four so I was very spoiled! I named him Brownie and my son has him in his room to this day. God bless you! Merry Christmas to you and Dale.
59 years later and you still have the knack that makes me listen . You still make a difference in my life and have since I was 16. I have thanked the Lord for finding you all these years later and pray you go for a very long time.