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Littlest angel carries off Baby Jesus kidnapping

2009-12-22 - 1200 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY 42728. - Photo by Kelly Crawhorn.

But there was a lesson in the act, the preacher said

By Kelly Crawhorn

My daughter, Kenzey Madison Crawhorn, might have only just turned 2, but I believe as we were getting her dressed for the church play at Columbia Church of the Nazarene, she was already plotting and scheming her plan to enter the stage, make a beeline for Baby Jesus, and run away with him.Left photo

Precisely what she did.

Right photo: What better place for an angel to take Baby Jesus and hide from her own mother than beside Baby Jesus' mother, Mary? After the shock wore off that my child kidnapped Baby Jesus, I realized it was kind of cute to see the little angel cuddling him so close. To paraphrase our pastor, "Oh that we would all hold Him so close to our hearts this Christmas season and throughout the year." Group at

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