In this issue you’ll find:
This is the time of
year to celebrate handwritten cards, sparkling snowmen, holiday
gatherings and thanksgiving to God.
Spend time at the crafts table making ribbon medallions,
beaded-ball ornaments, glittery birds and other decorations.
Peruse our smart eating list for better skin and discover that
healthy skin is more about what you put in your body than on it.
Entice friends and family with the irresistible aromas of a
pastry-encased quiche and vanilla-laced French toast.
The Bridge Back to Life—When
gospel singer Candy Christmas was at her lowest, she found God
waiting to lead her upward again. First step: serving a meal
beneath a Nashville bridge to folks who were down and out.
could be more than fun than gathering a few friends for a cookie
party? Giving away most of those cookies as gifts, of course.
We show you how to make treats and package them properly for
Dancing for the Lord—Lifting
up the name of the Lord through the arts is a bold venture.
Kathy and Keith Thibodeaux are doing just that with Ballet
Magnificent! This company sends two teams of touring dancers
into the world to tell the redemption story through gracefully
Vive la Misión—When
you think of world missions, does the plight of French teenagers
cross your heart and mind? Who is reaching them? One
organization dedicated to this field is Christian Snow sports
Ministry. We’ll introduce you to young American believers who
are reaping a harvest on the ski slopes of the French Alps.