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Tired of Christmas coming and going too quickly? Want to recover the full meaning of the birth of Jesus? Stretch this time with In Days to Come and savor the spiritual gifts of Advent and Christmas.
Lingering in the seasons of Advent and Christmas can deepen our sense of awe and wonder. In Day's to Come takes us from Advent through the twelve days of Christmas and on to Epiphany. George Donigian offers reflections on Bible passages, church history, John Wesley, modern prophets, hymn writers, and composers. Writing from the unique perspective of his Armenian Christian heritage, he enriches our celebration of the incarnation of Jesus Christ.
Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Upper Room
|Publication Date: 2017|
A rich observance of Advent and Christmas that extends into the New Year.
Many people end their celebration of Christmas on December 25, but George Donigian reminds us that the celebration is just beginning. Donigian offers meditations that begin with Advent and continue through the 12th night of ChristmasJanuary 6 or Epiphany. The meditations, like the surprises of an Advent calendar, touch on many different subjects. Some topics included are "An Editor," "A Counting Song," "Prudence," and "Chrismons." Instead of putting away the decorations on December 25, celebrate all the days to come!
George Hovaness Donigian, a native of Hopewell, Virginia, graduated from Berry College and Emory University. Ordained in The United Methodist Church, Donigian served as a pastor in Virginia and now in South Carolina. Between his pastoral appointments in Virginia and South Carolina, he spent 21 years in Christian publishing at The United Methodist Publishing House and at the General Board of Discipleship (now Discipleship Ministries). He is married to the Rev. Mary Teasley, also a United Methodist pastor in South Carolina.
The lives in Anderson, South Carolina