A Christmas Journey through LPM

Happy Wednesday, fine ladies!

Here at LPM we celebrate Christmas enthusiastically. That means that right before we head out for the Thanksgiving holidays, we dedicate one afternoon to decorating our office for Christmas. When you put ten or so hands to work, things go pretty quickly. This old house-turned-office is magical this time of year, so we thought it would be fun to give you a little tour.

Welcome to Living Proof Ministries, we’re so happy to show you around.

Our office is pretty no matter what time of day…

But at night it glows.

Come inside…

Our entryway. I personally don’t think this picture does it justice. It’s too pretty to capture. (The first floor is where all things resources take place. If you glance back in that hallway through those doors, that’s where everything is wrapped, packaged and shipped out.)

This table usually sits where our Christmas tree goes.

The Boardroom

And the stockings were hung by the chimney with care. (By the way, mantels are my most favorite thing to at Christmas. They’re magical.)

O Holy Night (courtesy of Lindsay Letters)

A Nativity Set in the entryway.

Welcome to the second floor, where everything admin happens. Do you like the way we swagged Kimberly’s desk? Also, if you’ll enlarge this picture, you can see our other Kimberly (whom we refer to as KMac) waiving at you guys. My coworkers really didn’t want to be in any of the pictures. I tried my hardest!

This is where we hang all of our Christmas cards. It’s still pretty early, but soon this will be full of many smiling faces!

A wreath on the door to a room we call the “Red Room”. You’ll notice on all of our wreaths the word Joy! This is appropriate since that is our word of the month and theme for December. But no, it was not planned, just something that stuck out to me as I was taking pictures.

We use this table to break at and enjoy lunch every now and then.

A jingle bell Christmas tree.

A Willow Tree Nativity Set

This is the mantel and fire place in our director, Sabrina’s, office. You can’t see them very well but she has twinkle lights on it!

Another wreath. Another joy.

Another wreath leading into Beth’s office.

A miniature Christmas tree at her entryway.

A little sleigh with scented pinecones and a fun Christmas CD. Wink, wink.

An angel. (The first picture I took of her made her look like a ghost because the light was way too bright and washed her out. So that was cool.)

Some table decorations in a side room upstairs.

Santa? Or Saint Nicholas? Grin.

Some sparkly garland above Beth’s bookshelves.

And for good measure, one more wreath in her office with a little joy on it. Grin.

Merry Christmas pillow.

The fireplace all decorated in Beth’s office.

Merry Christmas from us to you! We hope you enjoyed the tour!

 

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  1. 51
    Kristi says:

    Lindsee,
    Loved the tour. What a beautiful space you get to work in! Time to get serious about putting my own decorations up. Have a wonderful Christ filled Christmas. Kristi L.

  2. 52
    Lisa says:

    Blessed and Fabulous! Merry Christmas to y’all!

  3. 53
    Joy Cravens says:

    Loved the tour! Thanks so much.

    Merry Christmas to all of you. Thank you for what you do for us throughout the year. You will never know.

  4. 54
    Deanna says:

    Thanks for the tour Lindsee, everything looks beautiful!
    Merry Christmas!

  5. 55
    Sharon says:

    Beautiful!!! Maybe I will get in the mood for Christmas now. Thank You, and may all of you at LPM have a Very Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!!!

  6. 56
    Lisa V. says:

    It is lovely. I especially loved the Willow Tree. Merry Christmas and God bless you all.

  7. 57
    lynda rickey says:

    Your place is really beautiful and not just because of the decorations; it has more to do with the sisters working within it. Merry Christmas ya’ll!

  8. 58
    Rachel says:

    Thanks so much for the tour, Lindsee! Merry Christmas to everyone at LPM!

  9. 59
    Gennie, Solon Springs says:

    Your tour was very special!!! As are you, Beth & your staff!!

    My daughter, Jolie Nisbet introduced me to you a few years back, and then she and my oldest daughter managed to take in one of your weekend’s in Mpls area, plus she got me involved in your “Daniel” study, and did some of the “Patriarch’s” with her thru King of Kings in Woodbury, MN.

    She is home with JESUS since Sept 29th….10 1/2 yrs doing a victorious and courageous battle with breast cancer…this WOMAN OF GOD, wrote her own “Celebration of Life” and was the BEST MEMORIAL many of the attendee’s had ever been to we, her parents were told. THANK YOU BETH, for what you helped instill into her life!!! MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

  10. 60
    Jeannie Patz says:

    Loved the tour of your offices…it’s good to see everyone getting in the Christmas spirit. Merry Christmas

  11. 61
    Lori says:

    What a wonderful place, and how lovely it must have been as a residence back in the day. Loved the tour. Thanks for sharing.

  12. 62
    D'Anna Nowack says:

    What a beautiful facility! Merry Christmas and God Bless! Love you all.

  13. 63
    Kim says:

    How beautiful. You are interior decorators too! Thank you for sharing. It is nice to see the office and picture where you are while I pray for you.

  14. 64
    katiegfromtennessee says:

    Lindsee, I am loving these pictures of the Living Proof office/house, that is really neat that “joy” was everywhere:) The Christmas card wall makes me smile too:)…your earlier post on the little foxes is something that really got me thinking about where my growth in the Lord is getting sabotaged by unholy and unhealthy thought processes and I really do not want to be a foolish woman who tears down her house with her own hands. Instead, I want to be sober and vigilant, seeking His Face in the good times and the trying times…Again, I love the pictures; you all at LPM are precious people:)

  15. 65
    Anna yoder says:

    Anna Elkhart, IN
    2 Cor. 7:10 (NKJ)
    For godly sorrow produces: repentance – leading to salvation not to be regretted;
    But the sorrow of the world produces death.

  16. 66
    Heidi Frick says:

    Thank you for allowing us to see where all the hard work and prayer takes place.
    The Christmas decorations are absolutely beautiful.
    Merry Christmas to you all!

  17. 67
    Kelly Tootle says:

    For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given, and the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6. (NKJV)

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