Christmas Conversation #23: When do the excesses of Christmas cross the line from communicating the lavishness of God’s love for us to fostering excess, greed and pride?
by Stacey Tuttle I hear it all the time. A couple gets married and discovers that their families had very different ideas
Christmas Conversation #22: How do you find spiritual refreshment in the midst of an exhausting season?
By Stacey Tuttle It may be the “hap, happiest time of the year”… but it is also the “biz, busiest time
Christmas Conversation #20: How do you deal with Christmas as a joyous family time when family is hard?
By Stacey Tuttle There are a million different reasons why family time can be challenging. Maybe there is strife in your
By Stacey Tuttle Why is it that the Grinch is so comical and adorable, and Scrooge is just so utterly unloveable?
Christmas Conversation #18: Should we boycott stores based on Christian principles during the holidays?
By Stacey Tuttle Yesterday’s question about “Happy Holidays” vs. “Merry Christmas” sparked another question in our minds at SPM. The debate
By Stacey Tuttle How important are the words we speak? Does saying Merry Christmas really communicate the love of God? Does
Christmas Conversation #16: What are your best ideas for using Christmas to spur conversations about Jesus?
By Stacey Tuttle Dear Cyber-Counselors at large, Yesterday’s Shepherd Project Ministry question was how to give gifts that invited people to be
Christmas Conversation #14: Do lighting displays add to or detract from the real meaning of Christmas?
Christmas Conversation #14: Do lighting displays add to or detract from the real meaning of Christmas?By Stacey TuttleIt’s Christmastime and