Internet Mixer–December 21, 2012

This week’s Internet Mixer:

Going Overboard: Douglas Wilson’s article in CT on what it means to celebrate Christmas.

All Glory Be To Christ: A music video from King’s Kaleidoscope. I loved this.

Ravi Zacharias speaks to Hamas Leader:  This video is worth the watch!

Silent Night, Peaceful Day, A Christmas Story: A World War II Christmas story from the family archives of Matt Heerema.

That’s all the Mix for this week. Have a blessed weekend!

Terrie

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4 responses to “Internet Mixer–December 21, 2012

  • Mandy

    I liked this line–it made me giggle inside: “You do not prepare for a real celebration of the Incarnation through thirty days of Advent Gnosticism.” hahah Where’s my gingerbread cookie?! Anyway, Terrie, been thinking of you lately because, if I’m not mistaken, you all are about to receive a precious little Christmas gift. Awaiting to hear the news :)…Have a blessed Christmas.

    • Terrie van Baarsel

      Miss Mandy!
      Yes, Douglas Wilson has a way with words, doesn’t he? He wrote a book called “Wordsmithy: Hot Tips for the Writing Life” that you might be interested in. I’ve heard good things about.it, but haven’t read it yet. Maybe I should! I’m reading a fiction book by his son, N.D. Wilson. It’s called “100 Cupboards.” It’s children’s fantasy (which you know I love and I think you love, too) and so far, I’m enjoying it very much.

      Our already stubborn little grandson is refusing to come meet us, at least for the moment. Perhaps he will make it in time to help us celebrate Christmas. We’ll see. Can’t wait to get my hands on that little nugget.

      Merry Christmas!
      Terrie

      • Mandy

        I’ve seen that book–100 Cupboards! It’s been on my maybe read it list. You’ll have to tell me how you like it once you finish it. And a grandson–I don’t think I knew she was having a boy. His chances of being a Christmas baby are increasing!

  • Daniel Ritchie

    I love Doug Wilson & Ravi! Great links. Thanks!

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