Merry Christmas


Our family Christmas letter is now online. Some of you reading this blog will be getting a Christmas card from us, but even you will have to access the web to read the letter since we no longer send out hard copies of our Christmas missive. If you’re interested in keeping up with our family you can do so by clicking here.

It appears that some of you are having difficulty getting to the Christmas letter. If you click HERE it will take you directly there.

Micah is a husband to Tracy & a daddy to Grace, Kessed & Haddon. He’s Senior Pastor at Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, TN. Most of all, he’s a debtor to grace.

4 thoughts on “Merry Christmas

  1. Well I didn’t see the letter on your site, but that’s okay. The pics of your sweet family were great, and maybe I’m missing the point–the pics and all ARE the letter. I’m not always up with the cutting edge of culture.

    I always wanted to put out a Christmas letter that would fit in with your redneck gift. It would say something like, “Mom is getting out of prison in time for Christmas this year. We’re all really excited. Our daughter is bringing her boyfriend with her to the holiday get together. He’s a Mexican, not sure if he’s legal, but what the heck. Fran and Rita are driving up in their motorhome from Harlingen. Little brother will be there, with his kids from his first and second marriages, as well as his new wife. She will be late, since the AA meeting doesn’t get out until 7.”
    I always thought that would be a great idea for a Christmas letter.
    Special thanks to Robert Earl Keen ;>)

  2. Jason-

    It may be that you need to refresh your browser. I rebuilt the frontpage and included a link to the Christmas letter. If you’re browser has cached the old files it may not show up. Try hitting F5 and see if that helps.

    BTW, I think the idea for a “redneck” Christmas letter is hilarious. My family would kill me, though!

    Kevin,

    Thanks for the kind words. I agree that they are a pretty beautiful family.

    The Revised Standard Version would probably have been much easier to deal with. The RSV that we dealt with was potentially life threatening and sent us to the emergency room of the children’s hospital (an 1.5 hour drive away) in the middle of the night. It was not a fun event!

    Thanks for reading.

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