and bore our suffering,
yet we considered him punished by God,
stricken by him, and afflicted.
We have watched the movie Good Luck, Charlie-It's Christmas! well over 30 times in the past four years. It's no wonder that my husband and I have integrated many of the lines from the movie into our daily conversations.
One of our favorite lines comes after the melodramatic mother, Amy, has discovered that she can't find the star for the top of the Duncan's Christmas tree. She tearfully declares, "Christmas is ruined!"Continue reading on Comfort in the Midst of Chaos...