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  • Mary
    She was just a young unassuming girl chosen by God to do something extraordinary. An angel of the Lord came toMary and with justeleven words andMary's entire life was changed forever. Eleven words earlier she was just a girl from Galilee and now 'generations will call her blessed'! "Greetings, you who are highly favored! The Lord is with you." From there the angel would tellMarythat she would be with child and give birth to the Savior of the world. This is Christmas -- God's redemption plan born to the virginMary. God is the main character of this story, yetMary's humility and servant hood cannot be missed. I hope this December you will have a "Mary" Christmas! (Sorry I couldn't resist!)
  • Shepherds
    In every wedding, there is a crescendo at the end of the ceremony where the minister says, "I now declare you husband and wife!" I have made this declaration many times over people as their friends and family applaud and cheer. They have been announced and declared no longer as two separate individuals, but as a married couple. It is a privilege to make announcements like those! In Luke 2, we find the announcement of all announcements! What generations of people had been waiting for had finally come.
  • Magi
    Glad you are at church today -- I hope you had a great Thanksgiving weekend! We three kings of Orient are, bearing gifts we traverse afar. Field and fountain, moor and mountain following yonder star. One of the treasured songs of Christmas - We Three Kings! You may have heard that its unlikely that there were three kings... there could have been 9 or 12 or 37. But regardless of how many, why did they come? Why did God, in all His sovereignty, include themagiin the Christmas story? We'll find out today in Matthew 2. We thirty-seven kings of Orient are... yeah that doesn't sound right!
  • The Thanksgiving Table
    Happy early Thanksgiving to you! This week will start with fall colors and end with Christmas bling! Some Thanksgiving tables are wood... some are glass. Some are handed down from generations past... others were bought at Ikea last week. Today in Luke 17, we will be talking about the two distinct people who will be sitting around these Thanksgiving tables this week. Spend some moments this week deciding which you'll be!
  • Whole Hearted Worship
    Haven't you ever heard the jingle, "A church that serves together, stays together"? Maybe the jingle isn't quite that - but it should be! We are in the last week of this series, I Am A Church Member. Today we will be talking about how a healthy church member worships whole-heartedly. Turn to Psalm 103 and read ahead on what we will be talking about.
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