We want to send you our warmest Christmas wishes today, and pray that you will be filled with joy at the remembrance of the birth of our Lord Jesus. We call the coming of God into the world in human form the “Incarnation” because “God became flesh and dwelt among us.” You are living out that birth of Christ every day as you represent Him in the places you have been called to serve. God so loved the world that He sent His son, and He still so loves the world that He has you where you are to testify to His birth, His life and ultimately His Death and Resurrection. We pray God’s richest blessings on you and your family as you celebrate Christmas, and we pray He will continue to richly bless you this next year as you serve Him, witness for Him, live for Him and “know Him in the power of His resurrection and the fellowship of His sufferings.”
Our friend, Julie, spent Christmas Eve with us.
We have our big meal Christmas Eve and then have left overs Christmas Day so I don't have to cook on that day. We had turkey, ham, mashed potato casserole, carrot souffle, dressing, veg. all casserole, and rolls.
The Devine's grandsons gave Kevin this hat for Christmas!
Julie and Hannah
Misty with her Christmas bone.
Hannah and her presents
Just about every time I give a present to Hannah I end up using some kind of weird box to wrap it in. It's kind of fun to watch her face when she takes the paper off. I didn't really give her band-aids.
It was a camera.
Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas!