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We Have a Story to Tell Christmas 2020 At Christmas, God calls us to cast out fears and to rejoice that our Savior, who is Christ the Loed, has come. In His presence, we find courage. hope, faith, and strength. The fears and challenges of parenthood are the same in 2020 as they were in the year that Jesus was born. poverty, crime, natural disasters, disease, teenage pregnancy. Mary was an unwed, tcenage mother, and Joseph was a bewildered. trusting father. Who could they turn to for guidance? Who would take care of them? Who can you tum to for guidance? Who will take care of you? It's one and the same God. "Be of good cheer. and let not your heart be troubled" for God does not want us to praise or understand His methods, but to practice His way- the way of love made evident in the birth of His Son. We celebrate Christmas not because a baby was bom, but because of who the baby was, because of the man He became, and because of the truths that were revealed theough His life and teachings. Allow your children to receive the true "gift of Christmas" one they can open continually as their lives develop one that will enable them to balance life's challenges as they grow from children to adults one that will remain constant. the stability of God's love. The story of this gift will be told on Christmas ive- dhe night our Savior was bom. We encourage you and your family to celebrate the birth of our Lond and Savior. If you are looking for a place to worship. you are welcome and invited to visit here at Trinity Lathcran or on our website trinitypottsville.com, Facebook or YouTube. Merry Christmas! This story was wvitten by the late Philip S. Bendle l and was never published We Have a Story to Tell Christmas 2020 At Christmas, God calls us to cast out fears and to rejoice that our Savior, who is Christ the Loed, has come. In His presence, we find courage. hope, faith, and strength. The fears and challenges of parenthood are the same in 2020 as they were in the year that Jesus was born. poverty, crime, natural disasters, disease, teenage pregnancy. Mary was an unwed, tcenage mother, and Joseph was a bewildered. trusting father. Who could they turn to for guidance? Who would take care of them? Who can you tum to for guidance? Who will take care of you? It's one and the same God. "Be of good cheer. and let not your heart be troubled" for God does not want us to praise or understand His methods, but to practice His way- the way of love made evident in the birth of His Son. We celebrate Christmas not because a baby was bom, but because of who the baby was, because of the man He became, and because of the truths that were revealed theough His life and teachings. Allow your children to receive the true "gift of Christmas" one they can open continually as their lives develop one that will enable them to balance life's challenges as they grow from children to adults one that will remain constant. the stability of God's love. The story of this gift will be told on Christmas ive- dhe night our Savior was bom. We encourage you and your family to celebrate the birth of our Lond and Savior. If you are looking for a place to worship. you are welcome and invited to visit here at Trinity Lathcran or on our website trinitypottsville.com, Facebook or YouTube. Merry Christmas! This story was wvitten by the late Philip S. Bendle l and was never published