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  • Come And See

    Contributed by Richard Stevens on Dec 18, 2018

    Come and see what God has done!

  • Christmas: What Is Your Response? Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Nov 10, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    When we look at the Christmas story in the Bible we find several different ways people responded that first Christmas.

    Christmas: What is your Response? When we look at the Christmas story in the Bible we find several different ways people responded that first Christmas. Today we find people respond to Christmas in various ways much like on that first Christmas. Some People are Preoccupied. Luke 2:3 more

  • The Road To Bethlehem

    Contributed by Ken Crow on Dec 4, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    This morning what we are looking for can still be found in the events that occurred in Bethlehem, Judea over two thousand years ago.

    The Road To Bethlehem Luke 2:1-4 (King James Version) Pastor Ken Crow Luke 2 1And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. 2(And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.) 3And all went to be more

  • Because We Matter Series

    Contributed by Bruce Rzengota on Dec 30, 2010
    based on 4 ratings


    12/24 It's A Wonderful Life Because We Matter Video -- Christmas Eve Start 2:05:01 "Come on Come on" Mary pulling George down the stairs. To "The End." 2:09:55 When George discovered his life mattered everything changed. WHEN WE DISCOVER OUR LIFE MATTERS EVERYTHING more

  • Christmas As A Little Child

    Contributed by Scott Jensen on Jan 16, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    A Christmas sermon that looks at the meaning of Christmas and the deeper implication of the holiday by seeing how we can learn from the child, learn as a child, and witness about the child.

    (Portions of this sermon are based on the sermon by Deffner, Donald L., “Christmas as a Little Child,” Sermons for Church Year Festivals, CPH, St. Louis, 1997, pg. 36- 40.) Introduction In the book Mrs. Miniver, the author, Jan Struther, described her family’s Christmas. She more

  • "A Strange Way To Save The World" Series

    Contributed by Rich Anderson on Jan 20, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus could have appeared in royalty as He deserved. Instead He was born in an obscure village in poverty stricken surroundings.

    I once read of a little boy getting his haircut while his Father waited. It was Christmastime and the little boy was mesmerized by the Christmas Tree beautifully decorated in the Barber Shop. Looking at the lights on the tree he asked his Father “Daddy, why can’t we have a Christmas Tree in our more

  • Voices In The Night

    Contributed by Jon Sullivan on Mar 22, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    There are four distinct groups found in the nativity story and each group represent a different truth about the birth of God's Son

    VOICES IN THE NIGHT INTRODUCTION: It seems appropriate to me that in a world where Christmas has become more and more commercialized that the eve of the birth of our savior will fall on a Sunday this year. In the midst of ALL the hustle and bustle of preparations for the many celebrations that more

  • When Jesus Comes: No Fear

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Apr 12, 2010
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    Christmas Day 1988: Jesus came into a world full of fears about economics, government, health, and the rest. Our pretty porcelain manger scenes are not realistic. But when Jesus comes today and works through us, He works to drive away all the fears that

    A certain family, a number of years ago, as was their custom, lovingly and carefully set out their beautiful porcelain nativity scene for Christmas. They were so very proud of this delicate, fragile thing of beauty; they had paid a good deal of money for it on a trip to Europe, and its value could more

  • Peace: Ready, Set, Go

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Nov 27, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    Peace comes hard for some at Christmas. We must be open to what God wants to give, we must get down to what God wants us to be doing, and we must find meaning in our ordinary pursuits.

    National Baptist Memorial Church, Washington, DC, Dec. 19, 2004 These are stressful days. There is too much going on. Too much work, too much to think about, too many demands. Stressful. We’d really like some peace, wouldn’t we? Just a moment or two of quiet – more

  • God's Infinite Love

    Contributed by Bill Butsko on Dec 25, 2010

    God's love for us is unlimited.

    Text: “We love Him because He first loved us.” Story: “We Require Loving” A little girl was making but poor progress toward recovery, though the ailment had been checked and there seemed to be no reason why she should not rapidly improve. But it didn’t happen, more

  • Christmas Eve The Stories Behind The Carols

    Contributed by Bruce Rzengota on Dec 25, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    A Christmas Eve Serivce with a message on Jesus as the light of the World

    Christmas Eve The Stories Behind the Carols P. Bruce: Welcome & introduction Carols: Getting it Right Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Stephanie: "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" is a Christmas carol which first appeared in Hymns and Sacred Poems in 1739. having been written by Charles more

  • Christmas - A Story Glazed Over

    Contributed by William Akehurst on Jan 3, 2011
    based on 6 ratings

    Let's put aside our familiarity of the Christmas story, and dig in with an open heart and mind to the message at hand.

    2010.12.24.Sermon.Christmas Eve William Akehurst, HSWC Revisiting this old story, with an open mind and heart. Listen and don’t glaze over. There is more than meets the eye when we delve in. Luke 2:1-20 Matthew 2:1-12 I don’t know who to give credit to for this message. I more

  • Just Another Manger

    Contributed by Bob Joyce on Nov 10, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    Angels' music, while sweet, was not designed to be a resting place for a baby's head. Since cribs are not found in stables, the only thing that could serve that purpose was something as simple as the feeding trough of the stable animals ... the manger.

    The sun was setting over ancient Palestine, as it had done so many times before. The wife of the manger-maker walked to the back door of the little workshop in the back of the house, as she had done so many times before. She went there to tell her husband that the evening meal was ready. more

  • "The Emotions Of Christmas” Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Dec 15, 2010

    What emotions from the first Christmas do we need to recapture today?

    If you were to select one word to use in describing the atmosphere at Christmas time, what would it be? One word that comes to mind is “emotional.” All the elements that combine to make the Christmas celebration tend to fill our hearts with emotion. In our text, Luke attempts to describe the more

  • Christmas 2010: The Glass Half Full Or The Glass Half Empty Series

    Contributed by Steve Fletcher on Dec 15, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    We often come to Christmas time overwhelmed, stretched, strained and spiritually dried out. Spiritualy, the glass is half empty. The purpose of this sermon is to discover from the life of Mary and Joseph how can we get more ‘water’ in the glass and find

    Introduction Christmas is only 6 days away. At this time of year, do you feel like the cup half full or half empty? My guess is that the cup is half empty – maybe getting more and more empty. About this time, many people are getting pretty drained. Purpose Statement How can we get more