Christmas dinner- avoiding religion, politics and now ‘science’

Julie Reeder
Julie Reeder
Christmas is a special time in our culture when we connect as a family and friends. We spread love and good cheer and catch up on each others lives. We give gifts to each other after the model of Christ's birth and the gift of salvation to everyone. But family has always been complicated. Everyone has their own individual beliefs. Last year Christmas was pretty much canceled due to COVID-19 and this year, with the emergence of the omicron variant, we are being urged to be very careful. If we were in Florida, we wouldn't have any restrictions and we would probably be fine. So this year, if your family is like ours, a mix of pro-vaccine, pro-mask, anti-mask, pro-choice-vaccine and anti-mandate, you have to find a way to have honest discussions about those things that are important,
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