In today’s world and throughout human history there have been miraculous births, where children have survived incredible medical odds to come into this world. There also have been famous children born, who have garnered attention from the masses because of their influential parents. There have been many extraordinary births, but none rise to the remarkableness of the birth of Jesus.
Slices of Life
The intent of this piece is to provide comfort to folks who are hearing more than they wanttohear. Thereismuchnoise in the world, some of it pushing Christmas carols – and other worthwhile sounds – to the side of the road.
Iput my feet on the floor, first thing in the morning, and take a look at them.
When you think of the Christmas story, who is one of the characters that first comes to mind (besides Jesus, of course)? For many it is Mary, and for good reason, she gave birth to the Lord Jesus. The eternal and divine Son of God.
Big confession, which might not be such big news to regular readers of this column: I don’t do Christmas trees.
This holiday season, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Watch UR BAC program is teaming up with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to remind all drivers about the dangers of drinking and driving.
Retiring state Sen. Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, has been named the next secretary of state by Gov. Greg Abbott. She replaces John Scott, who announced his resignation effective at year’s end.