1. Christmas is celebrated on December 24 until the wee hours of the early morning of Dec. 25. 2. Exchanging gifts is a tradition. 3. A big celebration meal, typically of chicken, is served for Christmas with family and friends.4. "Ton Ton Noel" which means Uncle Christmas, brings presents to boys and girls. Many songs are sung about Ton Ton Noel. 5. Children leave their shoes out on the proch or under the Christmas tree with straw stuffed in them with hopes that Ton Ton Noel will
Greetings! I am Sarah. I am wife to Matt, mother of 3 girls, foster mom. Like most of you, I wear many hats in this season of my life. I love my life. As a follower of Christ, I consider myself blessed – no more or less than anyone else – but blessed none the less. I find great joy in the gifts God has given me.
We are here in this generation, in this place, at this time, for a purpose. It is my goal each day to fulfill that purpose for which I have been called and use the gifts I have
Have you ever been invited to participate in something exciting? That thing that was already taking place but you were invited to join in the fun? And you just couldn’t wait…..
That’s how I feel about what we are doing here at 107 Market Street. I feel like everywhere I look I see God moving. He is at work in people’s lives and in our world. Everywhere. All over the globe. And the invitation is ours.
Come join the adventure. Come experience justice as you watch people rise out of
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays! It is the tradition of family, food, and gratitude. What’s not to love? When I was growing up, Thanksgiving was all day long. It was a huge family gathering. Aunts, Uncles, Grandparents, Cousins. We ate at a farmhouse that belonged to my aunt and uncle. Turkey, dressing, gravy, green beans, broccoli casserole, sweet potatoes, rolls, and dessert. Lots of love and laughter. We couldn’t wait. There was much preparation and great anticipation for
It’s Thanksgiving week! In addition to all the wonderful time we get to spend with family and with food…it also means time for shopping! We love shopping here at 107 Market Street so we want to be sure you have all you need to help you shop! We’ve put together a few things with you in mind…
1 – The perfect gift guide for you! This will help you be sure you don’t leave anyone off your list and give you some great ideas for gifts for them! We will be posting more of the guide daily on
I love to meet new people. I really do.
My name is Amy Fritchman. You could define me with a million different titles: pastor’s wife, mother to 3, adoptive mom, speech-language pathologist, or entrepreneur. Or you could use a million different adjectives: happy, loud, crazy, sassy (read: sarcastic), compassionate.
But over this past year, I have found my identity. It is in Christ alone. I know that sounds preachy and cliché. But it’s true. I have been a follower of Christ for most
Coming up with a name is not often an easy task. We prayed and searched and spent hours throwing around ideas for a name for what we are doing here. As we were beginning this venture, everything seemed to flow so freely. What the mission would be, who we would work with, how we would go to market…it was as if God were opening up the heavens and dropping into our minds His vision for us. But a name? That proved to be a laborious task!
One evening, Amy stumbled across Psalm 107 and it was