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Kids Praise Christmas Set

Psalty’s best albums, specially gift-wrapped and ready to share with loved ones this Christmas season

Psalty’s Christmas Calamity

Even when things don’t go right, Christmas is a time to love.

100 Years of Nine Lessons & Carols

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without the sound of carols sung from King’s College Chapel

The Pilgrim’s Progress (Animated DVD)

A family-friendly, visual adaptation of the 340-year-old classic by John Bunyan.

Meet The Speaker

Charles Morris

Charles had been asking the Lord to use his journalism background and communication skills for the Kingdom when the phone rang in early 2000 and he was asked to become the fourth speaker on an 80-year-old Christian radio program based in Los Angeles called Haven Today.

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Anchor Devotional

What Has Your Father?

Sunday / December 15th 2019

Don’t all of us look forward to the arrival of our loved ones after they’ve been gone for a time? The Cratchit family in Dickens’ A Christmas Carol sure did. The family’s excitement mounted as they waited for their father to come home for Christmas. The waiting period for Simeon must have been even more intense—for years he’d been anticipating seeing the Messiah! When the moment finally arrived, all involved w…

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Silent Night: The WWI Christmas Truce

Friday / December 13th 2019

Lieutenant Charles Brewer never imagined that he’d spend his Christmas in 1914 nearly knee deep in mud and praying that the Germans wouldn’t overtake him and his battalion from Great Britain. But there he was. Five months of trench warfare. One million lives lost. No end in sight. Winter in Europe is brutal. Bitter cold, perpetual darkness, and rain. Soldiers struggled to stay warm and alert as they sat in flooded trenches, covered in mud,…

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