116 Hashtags for Christmas 2022

The Christmas season is going strong. Are you ready to share your business or social media posts? Adding hashtags is a great way to draw attention to your posts for maximum viewing. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following hashtags for Christmas. Photo by Gary Spears on Pexels.com #Christmas #Christmas2022 #MerryChristmas #ChristmasSeason … Continue reading 116 Hashtags for Christmas 2022

Advent Calendar Story Train

Photo by Matthias Cooper on Pexels.com I have been honoured to take part in Ari Meghlen’s Advent Calendar Story Train. What is the story train about? Basically, a set of authors have been given the prompt ‘The Gift’ and have one thousand words to write a story. Each day of advent, one story is released. When Christmas … Continue reading Advent Calendar Story Train

20 Books for Christmas 2022 Reading Challenge

Hello bookworms! Anyone who knows me will know that I love a reading challenge. I first joined this challenge two years ago and really enjoyed taking part. I was ecstatic to see it return again this year and plan to get involved. For full details head over to our lovely host Tea & Cake For … Continue reading 20 Books for Christmas 2022 Reading Challenge

A Christmas Story Christmas (2022) Movie Review

Nealy 40 years later, we have a sequel to the Holiday classic A Christmas Story (1983) and it was surprisingly a good continuation to the original story. A Christmas Story Christmas (2022) takes place during a critical point in Ralphie’s adulthood, as he is trying to become a published author, but is abruptly taken back … Continue reading A Christmas Story Christmas (2022) Movie Review

Waiting: A Lesson for the Advent Season

“Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” -Psalm 27:14 How much of my dog’s life is spent waiting for me? Waiting . . . To go on a walk To go outside to play For my return home For her dinner The other day we ran into one … Continue reading Waiting: A Lesson for the Advent Season

Lost and Found Treasures: Advent Reflections

Many years ago, when we exchanged names at work, Susie picked mine and I received one of the most precious gifts ever. Beautifully hand sketched and scripted inside each letter of Merry Christmas was the story of the Annunciation. Every year I would hang it across our kitchen window over the Holiday Season and every … Continue reading Lost and Found Treasures: Advent Reflections

Waiting on the Word: Advent Poetry

Waiting on the Word Having posted Christina Rosetti’s poem for Advent Sunday, I thought I would repost this link to my Advent anthology Waiting on the Word. This Anthology offers the reader a poem a day throughout Advent and on through Christmas and Epiphany. I also offer a little reflective essay to go with each poem, which … Continue reading Waiting on the Word: Advent Poetry

Advent Eve

Tomorrow will be the start of Advent in the Western Christian tradition. That means you can start taking the chocolates out of the Advent calendar, and you can begin putting up Christmas decorations. Some of us use a different tradition and start putting up decorations as soon as Hallowe’en is over, which explains why some … Continue reading Advent Eve

Advent calendars and reverse advent calendars

Anyone who knows me well might be wondering why I’d be writing about advent calendars. Words like Advent, or thoughts about Advent, aren’t part of my usual routine. But when I came across a poster of a reverse advent calendar the other day, I took notice. I was impressed. I admit to having to look … Continue reading Advent calendars and reverse advent calendars

Song Lyrics – “No, I Will Not Give My Sons”

A friend in Germany sent me the link to a song, and I would like to share it with all my blogging friends. The lyrics are in German, sung by many famous European artists who all decided to not ask for any kind of pay or reimbursement to be able to participate in this powerful … Continue reading Song Lyrics – “No, I Will Not Give My Sons”

God’s Way — CrossWalk

Acts 11  ; 1-18v17 “ And since God gave these Gentiles the same gift He gave us when we believed in the Lord Jesus Christ, who was I to stand in God’s way?” Peter was criticized by his Jewish friends that he had entered the home of a Gentile, and even ate with them. He […]God’s … Continue reading God’s Way — CrossWalk

Easter Treats

Bake homemade Chocolate Cake, frost it with One Bowl Chocolate Frosting then let the kids decorate the top for your Easter dinner dessert. Use whatever Easter candy they want, I used pastel M & M’s and marshmallow Peeps. Another simple Easter Cake is this round frosted cake, topped with candy eggs and colored coconut with … Continue reading Easter Treats

Who is Jesus Christ to You? — Life Hub Inspirations

Don’t hide it. I remember when I was in high school, I felt too ashamed to carry the Bible. Most of the Bibles we had back then were big ones. You can’t carry one inconspicuously. Yes, I felt too embarassed to carry a Bible. Most of my friends did not carry the Bible along and […]Who … Continue reading Who is Jesus Christ to You? — Life Hub Inspirations

My Hope: Psalm 62:5-6 — Garden Faith

5Yes, my soul, find rest in God; my hope comes from him. 6Truly he is my rock and my salvation; he is my fortress, I will not be shaken. Psalm 62:5-6 (NIV) Psalm 62 is a psalm of David. It is a psalm of confidence, of trust in God. David has bitter enemies, but he […]My … Continue reading My Hope: Psalm 62:5-6 — Garden Faith

Christians Can’t Bypass Suffering — Catholic Stand

What a tragedy if, at the end of my days when I stand before God, I finally realize that I spent my earthly life playing religious games, deluding myself into believing I had lived in real communion with Christ. 1,076 more wordsChristians Can’t Bypass Suffering — Catholic Stand

Injustice in America — The American Catholic

The maxim is that we are a government of laws not men.  Never forget that judges are men and women, and that all too many of them allow their personal biases to have free reign when making sentencing decisions.  All… Continue Reading →Injustice in America — The American Catholic

A Call to Prayer — Aphorism CITY

I think all Christians would agree that we should be praying for our nation during this critical time in our history. Judicial activists are no longer interpreting the law but attempting to legislate from the bench. By using these activist judges in our courts, the ungodly are systematically attempting to remove all reference to and […]A … Continue reading A Call to Prayer — Aphorism CITY

New Year Reflection 1/02/2021 Posted by Karina Susanto for “KARINA’S THOUGHT”

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New Year Reflection


Hello my beloved reader! It’s me again. I’m grateful to God Almighty at the beginning of this new year I could post my first post in 2021. In the first day of this new year, I love to take all us take a time for a moment to reflect all that happened in 2020

The year 2020 will be a long history throughout this century. even the same history anywhere in the world. in 2020, only about 60 days we live our life normally. After that everything changed very drastically. We have to live this life with strict rules especially with regard to our health. We must live our lives using health protocols which we inevitably, like it or not, we must…

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