The scene is perfect - a brightly lit, outdoor Nativity - for a Christmas celebration. Church members portray Mary and Joseph, shepherds, wise men, and angels. Yet, it seems no one notices the empty manger! While looking for baby Jesus, Claire and Anna learn the true meaning of Christmas. All proceeds from "Claire and Anna: The Live Nativity" benefit the medical expenses of Claire Parker during her fight against leukemia. A portion of proceeds from "Claire and Anna: The Live Nativity" benefit the medical expenses of Claire Parker during her fight against leukemia.
Anyone who knows Puck Tanner thinks he has it all... Fame, money, and unmatched skills on the ice... But he wants one thing more than any of that... Dani. He screwed up any chance with his stepsister years ago, and she's spent he last ten years trying to erase him from her memory... And her fantasies... With Puck forcing his way back into her life, Dani can't decide what she's more afraid of... The Puck she used to know...
A screenplay set in Paris in the late 1800s and featuring two celebrated poets. Paul Verlaine is a volatile alcoholic torn between his lovely yet conventional wife and the seductive and brilliant Arthur Rimbaud, whose life and poetry is fuelled by an insatiable hunger for intense experience.
In a physical marathon, the "wall" shows up about mile twenty or twenty-one; when this happens, mind and body shake hands to say "we quit." That's where most runners will shut down, un they reach down into their identity as spirit. To the question "Who am I; what is my identity?" God's answer is "I am spirit; I have a mind; and I live in a body." So, to break through the "wall" requires a hierarchy of spirit over mind over body.
God's Word will address our spirit when mind and body are out of it, thereby setting Word over spirit over mind over body to keep the feet moving. Project this to other marathons: mental, spiritual, emotional, interpersonal, occupational, financial, etc.
Bottom line: Can the reader finish the book, put it down, and say: "Wow, look what God's Word performed; I want to be in the Word; I want the Word to be in me"? The closer the reader comes to God's Word, the closer they come to Him (John 1:14). The Word will have become "sent out (Isaiah 55:10-11), active and alive (Hebrews 4:12), watched over and performed" (Jeremiah 1:12) in their lives!