Sermon Series
  • 1. Zechariah And Elizabeth – A Story Of Hope

    Contributed on May 9, 2016
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    Advent is the good news that there is hope regardless of your situation

    Most of you are probably familiar with the classic Christmas movie “It’s a Wonderful Life.” The movie begins with George Bailey about to commit suicide in Bedford Falls, New York on Christmas Eve in 1945. As the prayers of his friends are heard in heaven an angel apprentice named more

  • 2. Herod And The Magi – A Story Of Adoration

    Contributed on May 9, 2016
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    Like the magi’s journey to Bethlehem, a life devoted to the adoration of Jesus is costly and requires preparation and often takes us through difficulty.

    Sometime early in this century it became fashionable to use the expression “war on Christmas” to cover everything related to any kind of controversy about the observance of Christmas in our culture. While some of the issues that fall under that heading certainly ought to be of concern more

  • 3. The Shepherds – A Story Of Joy

    Contributed on May 9, 2016
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    God takes ordinary people like you and like me and He calls us to share an extraordinary message of love, grace and mercy that begins with the birth of the Savior.

    Do you ever feel like you don’t really matter to God? Do you ever think that God is so busy running the universe that He doesn’t have time to be concerned about your insignificant life? Do you ever feel like you really don’t have anything of worth to offer to God? I think if more

  • 4. Joseph And Mary – A Story Of Love

    Contributed on May 9, 2016
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    Christmas is the confirmation that your life matters to God and that He loves you more deeply than you will ever know.

    Back when Mary and I were teaching high school students at our church in Albuquerque, I came across a Christmas quiz that we used to give to the kids each year. Since then I’ve also used it with adults and found they often don’t do a whole lot better than the kids did. That’s more