Stories about christmas

Light (Christmas)

Faith is the strength by which a shattered world shall emerge into the light. (Helen Keller) What came into existence was Life, and the Life was Light to live...

Hope. Love. Joy. Peace. And Christmas.

As I write this little letter, Brad is stoking the fire in the living room. He’s got a pot of chili cooking, which heralds cold weather and something that...

The Beauty of Expectancy.

In the days in-between the glorious moments of beautiful birth and humble offering, the days before what had been promised and prophesied was revealed to all – the world...

Shoot like a Girl | Cabbie

Day 42: London, England. From South Brompton to Hyde Park, the cab driver shared story after story. Of his 69 years, of his three marriages, of his son and...

What is the Color of Christmas Lights.

My precious brother Wycliffe, I am so thankful for your friendship. I know we live worlds apart – you in a remote village in western Kenya and me in a...

Shoot like a Girl | Frolic

Day 36: Side of the Road December is here. The final twelfth of 2014 stares us down and asks so much of us. Every January dream and July starting...

God the (baby).

The words were written in 1973 by a seasoned television news veteran. They are still as meaningful and beautiful today. Read them and read them again – and share...

Peace of Pie.

Life is too short for self-hatred and celery sticks. -Marilyn Wann There’s been some good kitchen therapy at CasaRock lately – some “I can’t do much but I can do...

Lights and Baskets and Broken Things.

I snuggle under the warm quilt as the day breaks outside, and my mind drifts in a sleepy, still jetlagged fog to another world. The cold outside and Christmas...