Jesus Comes Anyway: On Creating (and Letting Go of) Meaningful Christmas Traditions | Addie Zierman | How To Talk Evangelical

On Monday, I told you about our December 1st Dinner tradition–which was a ton of fun, by the way. If I was any good at pictures, I’d show you some. Real truth is I was more caught up in making the memory than in capturing it.

This post from Addie Zierman (fast becoming one of my favorite young bloggers), sits on the other end of the seasonal teeter-totter, offering a balancing tension. It’s from last year, but feels timeless. I love it. Hope you do, too.
http://addiezierman.com/2013/12/04/jesus-comes-anyway-on-creating-and-letting-go-of-meaningful-christmas-traditions/

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2 thoughts on “Jesus Comes Anyway: On Creating (and Letting Go of) Meaningful Christmas Traditions | Addie Zierman | How To Talk Evangelical

  1. So… um… how did I not know you have a blog? Did I know this and somehow forget, or? LOVED the link/series… thanks for sharing!

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