Christmas Memories and Catching Polar Bears

Christmas is a time for reflection. Many reflect on the miracle birth of God’s Son to a virgin that brought the hope of salvation to a wayward world. Others have memories of past celebrations with families and friends or of the traditions they built through the years.

Growing up, we went to the Christmas Eve service at church. Each year the children would get a gift — hard candy, peanuts, and an orange in a brown paper bag. While we were at church, Santa mysteriously stopped at our house, and our gifts were waiting when we got home. It never dawned on me…

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