Thirty-four years after its original debut at the Guthrie Theater, “A Christmas Carol” returns to the stage for the annual Christmas season run. For those familiar with the play, one of the biggest changes to this season’s production is the condensing of the play into one 90-minute act without an intermission. But that doesn’t detract from the production at all.
You’re in line at the deli and the time comes for that important decision: which sides to get with your fried chicken sandwich. Do you go for chips and a cookie, or maybe a banana? Or should you dare to go uber healthy and select both veggies and a side salad? The answer to all of these questions is—no! You should instead opt for a grapefruit.
“The church doesn’t exist to meet our needs; we exist as the church to meet the needs of those around us.” This is just one of the many charges brought about by the I Heart Revolution. What started as the simple vision of a worship leader from Sydney, Australia, is slowly becoming one of the largest social justice movements in the world.
The semester is coming to an end, and Christmas is just around the corner! It’s the time of year for colorful lights, perfectly wrapped packages, and the smell of pine trees. It is also the time of year where people may blow their budgets; so hopefully this article will give you some helpful tips on saving money, as well as some neat gift ideas that cost less.
Have you ever wondered what a shoebox donated to Operation Christmas Child has done in the life of a child? As items are specially picked out, placed in boxes and sent out with a special prayer, it is everyone’s hope that the gifts would be received knowing the love behind them.
The screen adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s classic children’s book Where the Wild Things Are has more raw emotion and feeling in the first twenty minutes than a combination of most popular kids’ movies that have been released in the entirety of last year.