Creative Disciple Newsletter
December 10, 2023

Deck the Halls, Track the Claus

You might already be in the swing of songs for Christmas, but here are a few extra albums for you to consider for the remainder of the season. (Do you have a Christmas playlist? Respond and let me know!)

Now, for some notable links …

#Christmas Scott Hubbard wrote about the curious history of Christmas, while Scott Aniol brings Christmas traditions into question in light of today’s commercialism. Steve Kneale says he will celebrate regardless

#Education The Center for Thinking Biblically has a free teaching series entitled The Promised King, which explores the birth of Jesus from all of Scripture.

#Sale Crossway’s $5 book of the month is Tim Chester’s Truth We Can Touch, a theological exploration of how baptism and communion shape our lives. Two other books are on sale, including 27 Servants of Sovereign Joy by John Piper.

#Fun Whether Santa visits your home or not, here is the Santa Tracker by Google. It comes with games, activities, storybooks, cartoons, jokes, and more.


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Weekly Wallpaper

Isaiah 12:2 heralds a time of profound transformation, where the echoes of past deliverances inspire songs of future hope. This graphic reminds us of this enduring truth, where past rescue fuels courage for tomorrow’s challenges. I like this graphic so much that I also made an alternative.

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Until next time.

For the Kingdom,
Jacob Abshire

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