25 Days of Christmas Devotional

25 Days of Christmas Devotional

by R. Joseph Ritter, Jr.
25 Days of Christmas Devotional

25 Days of Christmas Devotional

by R. Joseph Ritter, Jr.

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Overview

In this short devotional book, the author turns the traditional focus of the Protestant season of advent from Christ's birth into the advent of His Second Coming. During this 25 day journey from December 1st to December 25th, see how the ordinary trappings of Christmas are turned into moving examples of Christ at work in our world. The author reminds us that even the smallest gift can yield big results for Christ, ... that the darkest, coldest and most difficult experiences of our lives can be remembered as times when Christ was most at work, ... and that there is reason for the broken-hearted and down-trodden to celebrate Christmas. You'll even be introduced to an entirely new way of experiencing the traditional Christmas Eve candle light service, one that may change the way you see the world.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160736723
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 12/25/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 242 KB

About the Author

R. Joseph Ritter, Jr. CFP® EA is an independent tax professional and the founder and president of Zacchaeus Financial Counseling, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving the financial planning and financial counseling needs of lower and middle income households. Joe received his Master of Arts degree in World Mission and Evangelism from Asbury Theological Seminary. His non-profit leadership and Christian ministry includes past positions such as Student Pastor, Director of Outreach, volunteer Chaplain with Transport for Christ International, and co-founder of Community Chaplains Association. He is the author of Having An E5 Marriage, Jacob’s Testimony, and You’re Called to the Ministry. Now What?
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