After some chatter about holiday food recommends and how to defeat scary bugs, we talk about the Incarnation of Christ and how it offers hope to those who are grieving during the holiday season. Join us!



  1. Laura

    In the last 10 years, I’ve lost my husband, my 46-year-old brother and my mother. I’ve watched my brother’s family fall completely to pieces in the worst possible ways. Two hymns that have sustained me during these times are oldies, but goodies… Great Is Thy Faithfulness and It Is Well With My Soul. Love your show!

  2. Aly

    I literally cannot sing either of these without tearing up regardless of what is happening in my life – How Great Thou Art and It Is Well.

  3. Vanessa Rosa-Collazo

    My daughter is special needs, non verbal and immobile. It is well with my soul has been the song I turn too when grief hits me. Thank you ladies for the podcast!

  4. Becky

    We lost our baby at 19 weeks this past October. I keep thinking about how I should still be pregnant with him. It hit especially hard because we had three early miscarriages last year that we lost around 6 weeks. This baby was healthy, but his cord was tied into a tight knot and that took his life. We also had both our living children get ASD diagnoses this year. We’re currently praying that our younger son doesn’t get kicked out of preschool for aggression toward the other children. He’s processing death at 4 years old and doesn’t have the verbal ability to express his emotions yet.

    Be Still My Soul has been one I lean on often this year. Also, I’m not sure how I feel personally about the band because I haven’t really looked into them yet, but a portion of Christ is Mine Forevermore has been helpful.

    “Mine are tears in times of sorrow
    Darkness not yet understood
    Through the valley I must travel
    Where I see no earthly good
    But mine is peace that flows from Heaven
    And the strength in times of need
    I know my pain will not be wasted
    Christ completes his work in me”

  5. JdR

    Great is Thy Faithfulness!


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