At church on Sunday, the sermon topic was My Grown-Up Christmas List. It got me to thinking not only about life and the discarded toys of yesterday, but also about growing up. I had to stop and ask myself if I could have anything for Christmas this year (and beyond), what would it be. After […]
Author Vanessa Davis Griggs is on a mission to tell others about God.
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It’s a week of celebrations at Magic City Momma. Not only are we excited about Christmas, the most Splonderful time of the year, but we’re also celebrating the birthdays of three of my favorite women.
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Some of my best childhood memories revolve around Christmas traditions. Over the years, I’ve developed traditions with my extended and immediate family. Here are a few traditions you can start (or restart) this year. Most cost little to no money, but create memories to last a lifetime.
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Christmas just ain’t Christmas until I hear certain holiday songs. As I’ve gotten older, there are gospel songs that remind me of the true reason for the season, but the following songs take me back to my childhood and are a sure sign Christmas is right around the corner.