I don’t usually do reviews for movies. I’m pretty careful in this area (and in music) as everyone has their own idea of what “conservative” means. But when Icon Media contacted me about doing a giveaway and review of this movie, I prayed about it and felt that this was something I could do. The… Read More Marriage can be Extraordinary!
Lully, lulla, thou littell tine childe, By by lully lullay, thou littell tyne child, By by lully lullay! O sisters too, How may we do, For to preserve this day This pore yongling, For whom we do singe By by lully lullay. Herod the king, In his raging, Chargid he hath this day ; His… Read More Coventry Carol – Herod’s Great Slaughter
The Huron Carol Although I am in no way leaning towards another religion, the fact that a Jesuit priest wrote the original words to this song has no bearing on the fact that it created a way for the Huron people to understand the incarnation of Christ. This song has so much history attached to… Read More The Huron Carol – Canada’s First Christmas Carol
I love songs about bells. I love bells. I love the old churches that still ring them, especially at Christmas. Carol of the Bells is a song that I’ve always loved and my dream is to be a part of a group or choir some day that performs it. However, I was pleasantly surprised to… Read More Bells, Bells, Bells – A Ukranian Folk Song
This poetic hymn by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow has long been one of my favorites at Christmas. Especially when I see people surround by grief and still recognizing, as Longfellow did, the hope that we have in Christ. The song was originally called Christmas Bells but the title was later changed to the one we now recognize, I… Read More Despair Turned to Hope – Longfellow