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  • Walking The Road To Bethlehem: Mary Is Encouraged By Elizabeth

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Apr 2, 2021

    This week we’ll be looking at Mary’s relationship with Elizabeth, the cousin of Mary, who being 88 years old is told that she will be the mother of John the Baptist.

    This week we’ll be looking at Mary’s relationship with Elizabeth, the cousin of Mary, who being 88 years old is told that she will be the mother of John the Baptist. All of this took place at about 35 to 40 B.C. Augustus was Caesar of the ancient Roman empire at this time in history. Following more

  • The Beautiful Benedictus Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 26, 2021

    The beauty of the benedictus lies in its eloquent description of the salvation of the Messiah. Inverse 78 the tender mercy of God is behind the beautiful dawning of the new day.

    One morning the 5-year-old son of a doctor overheard his father tell his mother "I don't know when I will be home. I have been called out on a maternity case." A few minutes after his father left the doorbell rang, and the little lad went to the door. "Is the doctor in," more

  • Ready Or Not! Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Jan 14, 2021

    It is the most wonderful time of the year! But are we ready? Has it caught us off guard? How do we handle a season we which we aren’t prepared?

    Christmas Is Coming! Pt. 1 - Ready or Not! Introduction It is hard to believe it is the month of December much less almost Christmas. This year at times has seemed like a lifetime while at other moments it is a blur. We find ourselves in the most nostalgic time of year. Visions of sugar plums more

  • Mary The Virgin Series

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Dec 25, 2020

    The Role of Mary in Christmas and her importance are notable. Mary pictured as a Humble Girl, She had hunger and thirst for God, hence she was honored to be the Mother of Jesus.

    Luke 1:46-55 Introduction: The First Chapter in the Gospel of Luke highlights and brings into the limelight of two godly women. They are Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist, and Mary, the mother of Messiah. Both of them were great and godly women and had no social or economic standing. Few more

  • Christmas Cheer

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Dec 20, 2020

    Christmas is a time of cheer. You might respond with, "not this year. The Christmas cheer has been replaced with Christmas fear!" There was both fear and cheer surrounding the events of the first Christmas.

    CHRISTMAS CHEER There's a Christmas song titled, Holly, Jolly Christmas. It starts out, "Have a holly jolly Christmas; It's the best time of the year. Now I don't know if there'll be snow; But have a cup of cheer". I wonder what's in that cup? But Christmas is a time more

  • No Time Like The Present Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Dec 20, 2020

    Every time we hear the story of God’s gift of the Christ child we should should always treasure this in our hearts and ponder the mystery of God being with us in the flesh every day. Maybe then Tiny Tim’s precious prayer will ring true: “God bless us every one,”

  • People Of The First Christmas-Mary Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Dec 19, 2020

    Mary was a young Jewish virgin who received the surprise of her life one day! The angel Gabriel appeared to her and explained that she had been chosen to be the mother of the Messiah! What happened then?

  • Mary - The Mother Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Dec 18, 2020

    A look at the call of Mary and her reaction to being called and how that can help us to follow God's plan in our lives.

    Surprise! Surprise! December 13, 2020 Luke 1:26-38 Start with a description of surprising my wife by coming home a day early bringing our son home from North Carolina . . . . ? The Russian poet Boris Pasternak said, “Surprise is the greatest gift which life can grant us.” ? Ralph Waldo Emerson more

  • Joy To The World

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Dec 12, 2020

    The angel proclaimed ‘good news of great joy.’ Sounds great! But what exactly is this good news? What kind of joy should we experience? Do you have that joy?

    In the lead-up to Christmas this year we’re focusing on four great themes: hope, peace, joy and love. Many churches have Advent candles and they associate these four themes with the first four Advent candles. The fifth candle is for Jesus. The last two Sundays we looked at hope and peace; today more

  • You Are To Call Him Jesus Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Dec 12, 2020

    We know very little about Mary, the mother of Jesus. Lottie Beth Hobbs wrote that she, “holds a place apart from all other women of the world...

  • It’s Not Are We Worthy...

    Contributed by Roy Fowler on Dec 11, 2020
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    It’s not are we worthy – but will we accept Gods will and tasks for us?

    When God chose Mary to be the mother of Jesus, her only observable qualifications were traits like obedience, courage, faith, and moral purity. Such qualities are often overlooked or even belittled by society, but they equipped Mary for God’s service. Mary’s home town of Nazareth was remarkably more

  • Mary's Song Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Dec 10, 2020
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    As young pregnant Mary faces the difficulties having to wear ridicule and moral judgement Mary humbly sings a powerful song where she glorifies God and rejoices in her Saviour.

    You can listen to the full sermon here:- Message Luke 1:39-56 Mary’s Song It isn’t always easy to sing is it. I’m not talking about those of us who are musically-challenged – we don’t find it easy to sing. Even when we try really hard. I’m talking more

  • The Elements Of Advent

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Dec 8, 2020
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    This message helps to explain three of the four elements of ADVENT: Love, Joy, and Hope. The final element of Peace will be the topic for the following Sunday.

    As I sat down to put together my thoughts for this sermon, and after praying about it, I looked at the calendar and realized that this is one of those years that there are only 4 Sundays of Advent between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sometimes there are 5 Sundays but then there are years like 2020 more

  • Just Who Are You, Anyway? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 6, 2020
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    The most important question any of us can answer is the same question John answered: "who are you?"

    Third Sunday in Advent 2020 “Proclaim liberty to the captives.” Those words from Isaiah have never had such meaning for the prisoners of the world. Haven’t we all felt a lot like prisoners for at least part of this plague year 2020? Our governors, for the most part, have often acted like prison more

  • Ten Facts To Consider About The "immaculate Conception" Of Mary And The Virgin Birth Of Jesus

    Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Nov 30, 2020
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    One of the wonders of the Christmas story is that the Triune God gave the honor of being the mother to the Savior of the world to an unmarried teen-aged girl.

    The created would carry in her womb the Creator, her maker, who was to grow within her and be raised by her, nurtured by her, taught by her, and loved by her (Luke 1:30-38). Here are ten thought-provoking facts to consider. 1. The Greek Word for ‘conceive is “sullambanoo” and means to bring more