First Baptist Church of Herndon Blogs
You have made it through the holidays, well almost. You are now in the gray area I call “The In-between” time. It’s a not so magical time when you awake unsure of what you are supposed to do and how you are supposed to feel.
It’s nearly impossible to go anywhere this time of year without seeing Christmas lights. But what do you really see?
If asked what brings you joy, would you have a ready answer? Joy is one of those feelings/emotions that can be so different for each person.
Is it socially unacceptable to admit to being a reluctant decorator at the holidays? I feel like it is. I am pretty sure if you are excited about Christmas then you are expected to be excited about decorating for Christmas.
As a child I loved Thanksgiving. We always went to my Granny’s house. The grown-ups would eat in the dining room and we kids were in the kitchen. The day was lively and filled with good food, and I loved it.
This week I share a poem written for the senior adult Thanksgiving luncheon at our church. It was a privilege to be asked to write something for such a special group of people. Unfortunately,