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FIRST-PERSON: ‘Is Christmas done?’

His 3-year-old son's question, "Is Christmas done?" prompts Todd Brady to note that Christmas was never meant to be "done." While the celebration of Christmas comes around once a year, the cause of the celebration is "the One who has come to give us hope and peace all year long," Brady writes.

FIRST-PERSON: Why I must forgive Dylann Roof

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP) -- After reeling from the atrocious killings in South Carolina, America again dropped its jaw as family members of the victims stood in court and spoke counter-intuitive words of forgiveness to Dylann Roof, who confessed to murdering nine people in Charleston's Emanuel AME Church.

FIRST-PERSON: A Holy God in heaven is ‘for real’

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP) -- While Hollywood has delivered another heavenly movie for American consumption, the Scriptures proclaimed long ago that heaven is in fact for real, God is there, and He is holy.

FIRST-PERSON: Choose your Tweets (& words) carefully

Inappropriate Tweets have gotten several Olympic athletes in trouble this year, says columnist Todd Brady.

FIRST-PERSON: Choose your Tweets (& words) carefully

Inappropriate Tweets have gotten several Olympic athletes in trouble this year, says columnist Todd Brady.

CHRISTMAS: Don’t send kids mixed messages

PADUCAH, Ky. (BP)--What kind of childhood Christmas memories do you have? A favorite gift? Christmas concerts at church?

FIRST-PERSON: Vaccinating our indulgences

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP)--The scientific community is heralding recent developments toward a vaccine which has the potential to prevent obesity.

FIRST-PERSON: Living above the semantics of the season

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP)--As they prepared to light what many would call the city’s “Christmas tree,” a spokesman for the town of Fishers, Ind., recently said that their “tree lighting ceremony” was void of the word “Christmas” in order to be “sensitive to all ethnic backgrounds and religious beliefs.”

FIRST-PERSON: Defending marriage by displaying it

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP)--The U.S. Senate defeated the Federal Marriage Amendment in a procedural vote on July 14. Those who had invested in recent events leading up to the vote realized that gaining enough Senate supporters was a daunting task.

FIRST-PERSON: Watch out for this Mrs. Claus

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP)--It was not a very good start to the holiday season. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade stopped just short of featuring a same-sex couple as Santa and Mrs. Claus. Had this happened during the nation's most famous parade, America would have seen not Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, but Mr. and Mr. Santa Claus, with the supposed "Mrs. Claus" standing in drag beside "her" jolly old husband.