Monthly Archives: December 2011
As I sat this afternoon watching a gentle snowfall in my living room with the Christmas tree still beaming and the fireplace keeping us warm, I reflected how God had worked in our life and how grateful we are with … Continue reading
We celebrated Christmas Day in style this past Sunday with one of our largest-attended worship services of the year. What a joy it was to be in the Lord’s house on Christmas Sunday! In a sense, it’s a shame that … Continue reading
Christmas doesn’t always fall on a Sunday, but when it does, it’s a special treat. We had a strong morning worship service! Click below to hear Pastor David’s message – and to hear him sing! Listen now!
Click below to hear Pastor David’s message from Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24. Listen now!
Can you remember Christmas when you were a child? What was it like? Did you have certain traditions that still are meaningful for you? Do you have memories of waiting for the special day? Of course, not everyone has pleasant … Continue reading
Jesus, the Savior, is born in Bethlehem! That is the truth behind the Christmas season. Light has entered the world in the person of Jesus, and our lives should no longer be the same. Now we are to “walk in … Continue reading
I read a story online today about a traditional nativity display in Santa Monica, California, that will not have its customary space along a street in a city park. The city uses a lottery system to give different groups the … Continue reading
Ever wonder what to do with your life? Do you find yourself thinking about what God wants from you? You’re not alone – and believe it or not, scripture has something to say about this! Read 1 Corinthians 9:19-27, and … Continue reading
Today, I’d like you to read Isaiah 9:1-7, even if you have read it many times in the past. As you read, think about what you expect out of the Christmas season. What are you anticipating? What do you think … Continue reading