Contributed on Nov 21, 2011
During the season of Advent, we should examine our hearts and our willingness to serve God so that, like Mary, we are prepared to serve God humbly by saying, "Here I am, Lord, use me."
Contributed on Dec 2, 2011
Because Joseph opened a window of mercy, God’s work carried forward in the best possible way. Through Mary's willingness and Joseph's mercy, we are all offered hope for the future through our Savior, Jesus Christ!
Contributed on Dec 7, 2011
Mary was desperately craving an older woman to give her some perspective in life, and Elizabeth does just that. Elizabeth helps Mary see that this special calling from God is not a burden but a wonderful blessing. And it goes both ways!
Contributed on Dec 14, 2011
Like Mary and Joseph, all of us find ourselves forced to take journeys we do not wish to take. These journeys are not prescribed by God, but God is with us in the midst of them, and that is what we celebrate at Christmas.
Contributed on Dec 20, 2011
A Christmas Eve Communion meditation. We all have within us a deep hunger, but we won't find what we're looking for at the mall, or under the tree, or in Santa's sack. The only place we can find our hunger truly satisfied is at the manger, the feeding tro
Contributed on Dec 22, 2011
Jesus Christ is Emmanuel, God with us, the greatest gift we could ever receive because he has come to save us from our sins. A sermon for Christmas day.