DEAR DR. GRAHAM: Every year, we say we’re going to try to keep our children’s attention focused on the real meaning of Christmas, but then all our good intentions go out the window once the holiday approaches. Is it hopeless to keep trying? — Mrs. E. McN.
DEAR MRS. E. MCN.: No, it’s not hopeless — and even if it seems difficult, I believe it’s important to keep trying. After all, if your children don’t learn the true meaning of Christmas at home, where will they learn it in today’s world? They probably won’t.
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