Christmas Joy, Even When You’re Hurting

Nativity Scene At Sunset

It’s a hard time to feel Christmas cheer if you’re still reeling over sickness or the recent loss of a loved one. Sometimes, until we heal, the full holiday effect is just too much for our wounded spirits. If the whole “Christmas experience” is overwhelming to you, try narrowing your celebration down to simple worship of God for the gift of His Son. True

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Thank You For Your Support

Thank You In Different Languages

We want to express our sincere appreciation for all you have done to help our ministry! is completely funded by our listeners, and your generosity has kept our Christian worship music on the air for over a decade. People listen in over 190 countries each day, with nearly half our traffic coming from people outside of the United States. You have made AllWorship a

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The “W” in Christmas

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Last year, I vowed to make Christmas a calm and peaceful experience. I cut back on nonessential obligations–extensive card writing, endless baking, decorating, and even overspending. Yet still, I found myself exhausted, unable to appreciate the precious family moments, and of course, the true meaning of Christmas. My son, Nicholas, was in kindergarten. It was an exciting season for a six year old. For

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Letters From Our Listeners—November 2014


We receive emails from our listeners around the world every month and they are so encouraging and humbling to us. We’d like to share some of those with you: Location: Unknown Comments: As much of a blessing this station has brought me, only God knows how many people are uplifted, encouraged, and drawn closer to Him by the beautiful music that this stream provides.

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A Piece of Cake

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A daughter is telling her mom how everything is going wrong: she is struggling in algebra, her boyfriend broke up with her, and her best friend is moving away. Meanwhile, her mom is baking a cake and asks her daughter if she would like a snack. “Absolutely, Mom, I love your cake.” “Here, have some cooking oil,” her mom offers. “Yuck,” says the daughter.

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A Habit of Thanks

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As my wife and I were coming closer to our wedding date, as a part of our engagement process, the preacher who performed our wedding ceremony would regularly share wisdom and insights for our future together. One of the powerful gems he shared was, “As you live and grow together, make it a habit to express your appreciation to one another.” Over a decade

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Striving to be Weak

Strengths Weaknesses Buttons Shows Weak Or Strong

Weaknesses get a bad rap. Really, we don’t give them enough credit. Strengths are always in the spotlight–when we were kids and even now as adults. We live by our strengths; they preserve us. But let’s talk about needs. I remember entering the year feeling an earnest need for more of God’s guidance. Months later, I’m clear that my strengths won’t play much of

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A Fleeting Shadow

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“Man is like a breath; his days are like a fleeting shadow.” (Psalm 144:4) Every time I fly over a large body of water, I imagine opening the window of the jet and pouring out my coffee into the immense body of water below. I imagine the time that I spend on this earth compared to eternity is no more than that cup of

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Fear Courage Signpost Shows Scared Or Courageous

John the Baptist. He truly was a “different” character. When those around him were wearing Under Armour and Nike tunics, he was wearing a home-made version of camel hair. His diet of locust and honey made him “organic” long before they started charging twice as much for it! But what made John the Baptist stand out was his unwavering commitment to live and proclaim

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