autumn leaves, image by Stefan Schweihofer, on Pixabay, modified
Welcome to our December issue of Spirit Fire Review! It's kind of a
combination Thanksgiving and Christmas issue.
These writings tackle grief and struggle, sorrow and faith. And the
so-important role of hope. They urge us to reach out to help and
include others, remind us that nothing is too hard for God. He is
almighty and He is good!
May the words and images bless you as we celebrate the birth
of our Savior.
“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes;
and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow,
nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain:
for the former things are passed away.”
December 2022 issue:
Beyond Seasons: poems by Robert Funderburk
Old Graves and Mesquite: two poems by Don Thompson
Forgotten Ones: Essay by Miya Sae
His Heart-Work: poem by Mark Weinrich
A Heavy Love: poem by Douglas J. Lanzo
Coupled: poem by Domini Boling
The candle of remembrance: a poem by Carol Farnsworth
Hope: poems by Patrick Connors
All That I've Loved Most Dearly: a poem by Yuan Changming
What child is this? A Christmas cento
The LIght: poem by Sandra Arnone
When you think of them: poems by EG Ted Davis
Creation Once Groaned: poem by Zachary Zolty
More Than Three Wishes: poem by Maria Justo Polotan
Flaming: by Veronica Michalowski
Christmas blessings to all!