There’s a better way to show to the world the true meaning of Christmas by talking about God’s presence instead of all the presents.
Living the Season Well-Reclaiming Christmas can show you how, by weaving in church year practices & liturgies with your contemporary traditions.
Living the Season Well -Reclaiming Christmas is a down-to-earth volume that encompasses the arc of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany, introducing a new frame of mind about approaching the holidays. Instead of December ramping up to the pinnacle of Christmas, with a vast let down for everyone the day after, LTSW puts forth some practical ways to reimagine the celebrations and reclaim their generosity with an outward, other focus.
For those whose church background has not afforded them a knowledge of the Church Calendar, its feasts and practices, LTSW also serves as an introduction to the “holy days.” Rather than throwing out traditions that are hallmarks of more “high church” celebrations, LTSW puts forth simple ways to adopt or adapt these traditions.
Living the Season Well puts forth reasonable, up-to-date steps for this electronic, screen-filled age we live in, a fact that impacts children as young as two. Included are examples and ideas to slowly change, adopt or adapt family practices with the goal of:
- Bringing readers and their extended families closer to the heart of God
- Infusing celebrations with the joy readers crave
- Widening our worship beyond one single day
Over 450 readers have found the message about slowing down and simplifying the Christmas season–from Advent to Epiphany–a welcome word for the busy season of celebration surrounding the holidays.
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