Jesus’ Mission? To Love Us

When I first read Eugene Peterson’s “The Treeless Christmas of 1939” in The Pastor, I immediately knew it was one of my favorite Christmas essays. As a young boy, Peterson lived in a house with a religious zealot. Of course, he didn’t use those words to describe his mother — only, “an intense woman capable of fierce convictions.” Though loving and well-intentioned and all the things

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