Tag Archives: New Years

Grace Against Time campaign

The newly remastered album, Cold Cathedral, is yours free when participating in our Grace Against Time campaign today. The album is a time-related but out of print rendition of Contemporary Christian Music’s first official album and John Fischer’s first recorded music. While containing John’s first songs, … Continue reading

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Why fairy tales are like the Gospel

In case you missed it, over the weekend and the New Year’s holiday, we ran our annual end-of-the-year campaign. It covered the brief span of 4 emails in two days, and since it went by so fast, we decided to … Continue reading

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Cindyrella ran

In case you missed it, over the weekend and the New Year’s holiday, we ran our annual end-of-the-year campaign. It covered the brief span of 4 emails in two days, and since it went by so fast, we decided to … Continue reading

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The Fairy Godmother in us all

In case you missed it, over the weekend and the New Year’s holiday, we ran our annual end-of-the-year campaign. It covered the brief span of 4 emails in two days, and since it went by so fast, we decided to … Continue reading

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Two thousand seventeen

Welcome to 2017. I’m not so sure we’re all thrilled to be here, but we should be, and here’s why. What with Russia hacking, Trump tweeting, Congress bleating, the media screeching, and the church in large part running the other … Continue reading

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What about those New Year’s resolutions?

“Again, you have heard that it was said to the people long ago, ‘Do not break your oath, but fulfill to the Lord the vows you have made.’ But I tell you, do not swear an oath at all: either … Continue reading

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Game for the ages

No wonder they call it grandaddy. It’s been going on for 103 years and yesterday’s installment of the Rose Bowl game was one of the best ever — certainly in my lifetime, and I’ve seen almost all of them I’ve … Continue reading

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New year oneness

Last Friday, in my first Catch of the New Year, I wrote about the magical wedding of a couple that had been separated for over 30 years. They each survived marriages to other spouses, and a long bout with alcoholism, … Continue reading

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