FOLLOWING THE LIGHT: AN EPIPHANY REFLECTION

In every age and nation, people hear the message of the star and find the Child who reveals the tenderness of God.

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A London Christmas: Chapter 3

By Sarah Levesque Word Count: 4163 Rating: G Summary: The Pevensies celebrate their first Christmas back in London with their Mother, but they miss Narnia terribly. Can the children make it a merry one? The next day, Lucy was skipping to keep up with Peter’s long strides. “I wonder what Father Christmas will bring us... Continue Reading →

A London Christmas: Chapter 2

By Sarah Levesque Word Count: 4163 Rating: G Summary: The Pevensies celebrate their first Christmas back in London with their Mother, but they miss Narnia terribly. Can the children make it a merry one? Chapter 2 One day, like many others, Edmund came home to find the girls and Mrs. Pevensie in the kitchen, getting... Continue Reading →

A London Christmas: Table of Contents

By Sarah Levesque Word Count: 4163 Rating: G Summary: The Pevensies celebrate their first Christmas back in London with their Mother, but they miss Narnia terribly. Can the children make it a merry one? Chapter 1 “Mum! Mum!” the Pevensie children shouted, making their way toward the familiar green cap. “Peter! Susan! Ed! Lucy!” Mrs.... Continue Reading →

A London Christmas: Chapter 1

By Sarah Levesque Word Count: 4163 Rating: G Summary: The Pevensies celebrate their first Christmas back in London with their Mother, but they miss Narnia terribly. Can the children make it a merry one? Chapter 1 “I see her!” Lucy cried, her face pressed against the cold train window. “Where?” Edmund, Susan, and Peter turned... Continue Reading →

Winter Fae

WINTER FAE By Patrick W. Kavanagh Word Count: 254 Rating: G Summary: A poem of winter fairies. The winter has been long and cold, and springtime still seems very far away. I sit here snuggled in the warmth and dream about my childhood, and the fae. How I miss glowing embers, underneath the flaming sods... Continue Reading →

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