Bring Christmas Home

December 2 - 16

When John the Apostle recorded the story or Gospel of Jesus, he decided to skip the story of Jesus’ birth. Or did he? Well, he did skip the Mary and Joseph thing and the trip to Bethlehem, the manger, the angels and shepherds. John declares the meaning of Christmas in one verse in John 1:14. John says that God became flesh and blood with a name – Jesus. In Jesus, God decided to live in our neighborhood to show us his glory. In this series, we are going to look at this thing that is called the “incarnation.” What is it and why did it have to happen? And in what ways did God intend that to be a continual experience? God came to our “house” for Christmas and that changed everything. And, we want to be faithful to the essence and heart of Christmas and bring Christmas home to the city where we live.

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Image: Patience
November 28, 2021

Patience

Patience is a fruit of the Spirit. Patience is learning to trust God through the slow slog of life and...

Image: Faithfulness
November 21, 2021

Faithfulness

We’ve become cynical and now accept that “nothing lasts forever.” That may be true in a fast-changing world, but God...

Image: Kindness & Gentleness
November 7, 2021

Kindness & Gentleness

God is kind and gentle. For that, we are all grateful! His kindness is expressed in action. He came to...

Image: Goodness
October 31, 2021

Goodness

The words ‘good’ or ‘goodness’ don’t mean much these days. But if we look at the Bible's definition for goodness,...

Image: The Way of the Spirit
October 24, 2021

The Way of the Spirit

How do we actually grow to become more and more like Jesus? Is it mostly on us to make it...

Image: The Great Divide
October 17, 2021

The Great Divide

Have you ever experienced division because of your faith? Maybe you experienced separation or rejection because you decided to follow...

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