Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Don't Make the Cash Cow Moo!

This holiday season can bless you if you let it.  I have often gotten to December feeling depleted and sometimes even dejected.  I've often seen the holiday season as something to get through with too many things to do.  Mid-life won't let me continue down this perilous path.

I want to spend less, worship fully and enjoy my family and friends.  I'm not basing my happiness on how much I spend or, "make the cash cow moo!"

This year I'm trying some new things, some simpler, less expensive things.  I was grateful to read an old blog of Rev. Dr. Todd Bolsinger, who used this video a few years ago with his congregation.   I want to encourage you to take a look at the 2009 version and let it rock your world! Watch this and see what God might be calling you to do next!    www.adventconspiracy.org



                                                                    
 



3 comments:

Matt @ The Church of No People said...

Hey Rev, thanks for commenting on my blog! I've been hearing a lot of people talking about a more 'toned down' Christmas this year. I think it's great. My wife and I are trying to cut $5-$10 out of each gift we are giving this year - for ourselves and others.

Hope you have a great Christmas. Feel free to join the conversation anytime! (You can sign in to comment using your facebook profile!)

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