Welcome to the December 13th, 2007 edition of carnival of Christian advice.
Jenny presents Choosing Religion posted at the so called me, wondering how her children will decide about religion as she is an atheist and the family background religiously mixed.
Hal Sommerschield, Ph.D. presents Help-How Do Parents Stop Thinking About Their Children? posted at North Star Mental Fitness Blog. By thinking, Hal means worrying incessantly.
Kevin presents Teaching Kids The Meaning of Christmas posted at More4kids.
Sunny presents What is the Meaning of Advent? posted at Observation and Principles, saying, “Advent is a time for preparation and anticipation for the coming of Jesus. This article explores the meaning of advent and how we can honor the season.”
ChristianPF presents Would Jesus have an emergency fund posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “Discussing the balance between trusting God for our needs and being wise stewards of our resources.”
ChristianPF presents 6 Tips for a Debt Free Christmas posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “6 Tips for a Debt Free Christmas”
Erika Wilson presents Choose Joy and Give Thanks posted at Royally Redeemed
James DeLelys presents Cherished Moments posted at Author James DeLelys, saying, “A Day to be Thankful for.”
Theresa L. Twogood presents The Tea Corner, Prayer Closet, & Free Gift For The Holiday! posted at OLIN e-Book e-Publishing, saying, “I come bearing gifts-No wallet needed! Merry Christ Mass !”
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Thank you for including me in your carnival. You produced a quality carnival with insightful articles.
You’re welcome, Ericka. Instacarnival is a lifesaver for me, but I still have to go read through all the posts submitted and make sure they’re appropriate. I end up having to exclude quite a few; usually more than I can include, actually.
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