Kelvey Vander Hart joins us for Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Kelvey Vander Hart joins us for Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Kelvey Vander Hart joins us for Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Kelvey Vander Hart joins us for Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.

Shane Vander Hart is joined by his daughter Kelvey Vander Hart this week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio. Shane and Kelvey, along with producer Ron Carlson, discuss the real meaning of Christmas – the incarnation of God.

In the second segment Kelvey explains what she has been doing in December to raise awareness and raise funds for to combat human trafficking through the Dressember Foundation.

Then Kirsten Powers writes that placing her faith in Christ ruined her love for Christmas. Also, is the virgin birth essential? Also, using Nativity Scenes to seek out sharing Christ who those who are offended by them.

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