22 December 2014

A Saviour is born!

Boots: Dune | Jeans: Arbecormbie and Fitch | Coat & Jumper : Zara | Neckpiece & bracelet : I bought both on my last trip to Poland but unfortunately don't remember the name of the shop, similar styles in M&S and Warehouse.

I've got a jolly in my step and I'm wearing all things red because its finally Christmas week!
Whats even more exciting is almost everyone is breaking off for the festive holidays, families and friends are coming together, gifts shall be opened and this is all going to be done under no other name, consciously or unconsciously, how fab!
This weekend I had the privilege of attending two of the sold out !Audacious Christmas carol services. For many years, ever since I came to the U.K, I've always attended carols at my old church, Kingsgate in Cambridge and it was such a great joy to share this festive celebration with my new found !Audacious family.
The night included traditional carols brought to life through theatre, film and music and we had a incredible Christmas message by special guest speaker and comedian, Mark Ritchie.
Mulled wine, mince pies, Santa Grotto and a gift for every child was just the icing on the cake. 
As expected, the !Audacious team outdid themselves with a world class production, I was thrilled once again.
Adding on to the fun but almost wrecking my nerves was my daughter who had the privilege of performing in the kids opening scene of the production and I absolutely loved how she embraced the crowd and did an excellent job.
Briefly in this weeks post I just wanted to share some verses that highlight the Christmas story - Luke 2 and Isaiah 9 verse 6 & 7.
And lastly, 1 John 5 verse 11 that reads: "God has given us eternal life, and this life has its source in his Son".
Wishing you and yours a jolly good Christmas.
With love from Valerie and I.
Jesus is the reason for the season!
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