About MeTatyana Claytor is a mom, teacher, blogger, and historical England enthusiast who would gladly step back into that past, but only for a day and only as a rich person. She loves open windows for fresh air, open doors for new opportunities, and an open heart to hear from God. Find out more about Tatyana here.
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It’s hard to wait. Right now, as I write this, I can think of three big things that I’m waiting for. I don’t like it. Everything within me wants to twist and lurch about in the reins, anything to feel … Continue reading
Many of you are aware that some of our cherished Christmas symbols (like the tree and the wreath) were originally a part of the pagan festival celebrated on December 25th. Instead of shunning these symbols, the early church adopted and … Continue reading
I’ve been studying the Bible for the twenty years that I’ve been a Christian. I attended Bible college and peeked over the shoulder of my seminary-attending husband. I’ve gone to conferences, done studies, and led my own studies. Despite all … Continue reading
I’m a sucker for Christmas movies. Every year, the day after Thanksgiving our family pulls out the well-known Christmas movies such as Polar Express, Elf, and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. Surprisingly, these Christmas movies and others dabble in issues … Continue reading