Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Christmas''
For many people Christmas is a time about love, goodwill and generosity. We buy presents for those we love, and we look forward to receiving gifts from them. Have you ever wondered why it is that [...]
Christmas is not what it used to be. At least that is the impression I have after reminiscing for a few moments with the Ghost of Christmas Past. The food is just as good, I admit; [...]
Books for travel buffs Attractive travel guides from Day One that would prompt a holiday or days out. £10 each. The House of Parliament: Cradle of democracy. C. H. Spurgeon: In the footsteps of ‘The Prince [...]
David Norman Jones (oh, sorry, I think he wants the ‘Norman’ left out now) gave a number of very challenging wake-up calls in his sermons at the Aber Conference in August. He warned against ‘pining for [...]
Poor old Scrooge has a bad press when it comes to this time of year. He is forever typecast as the epitome of the original Christmas killjoy. Even Michael Caine and the Muppets could not improve [...]
You don’t usually need a TV guide to know what films are on over Christmas. Every year, without fail, there are some classic films that return to our screens. It just wouldn’t be Christmas without The [...]