Anger continues to grow over what is seen as inaction on the part of the Egyptian government after a bombing yesterday morning at the Coptic cathedral in Cairo. This is the second major attack to have occurred in Cairo in three days, after an explosion at a security checkpoint killed six police officers on Friday.
Day: December 11, 2016
Luci and Jordan delve into Numbers ad look at how the Israelites begin to organize themselves in the wilderness
Two Christmas music treats that popped up on Facebook this week. A definitive and absolute list of the best Christmas Carols and a musical Advent calendar of a capella carols and holiday songs
The fear that has gripped me has alleviated a little for I know that stretched out across this nation, and this world, there are more of us who hold the candles of hope than not.
…towards the end of his life he began to have doubts about who Jesus was and whether or not there was a coming kingdom. He was in prison, after all. The old authorities were still cruelly in place. In the darkness of prison, John was suddenly not so sure about Jesus.
This originally appeared as part of the Daily Sip, a ministry of St John’s Cathedral in Denver, CO by Charles LaFond Blue Wings Wings rustle in the Advent night of Jesus’ coming. The Angels are restless. They look calm because that is there job- serene and quiet. But you can […]
It was a week before the end of the millennium: Christmas Eve in Singapore. And so it came to pass that a child with a tea towel on his head knocked on our door to our apartment and asked if there was room for him and his wife, Mary. “For we have come a long […]
A roof collapse in Nigeria and a bombing in Cairo have left multiple deaths and communities reeling