We hear the first recorded words from Jesus’ mouth and discover exactly what Jesus learned in His childhood. Jesus makes wise choices. Our passage highlights at least three choices Jesus made.
This morning we watch Joseph, Mary, and their baby go through normal rituals and movements. Look closely. There are hidden images waiting to be discovered. There is more to see when you look at Jesus because Jesus deserves to be seen.
Man promises peace and even tries to provide it. God gives peace unlike any other. Look at the Christmas narrative this morning. Watch God provide peace in a way no one else ever can.
For every “rags to riches” story there are hundreds of people just trying to get by. Today’s text introduces you to another person trying their best to live right in a world gone wrong. She teaches us that God blesses those trusting Him.
Pastor shares the good news discovered by many just three days after Jesus’ death: He came back to life. This is the event that changed everything, and continues to make a life-changing difference in the lives of those who follow Jesus. Discover how Jesus’ resurrection changes expectations, perception, and motivation.
Jesus highlights the truths your actions reveal about your heart. The elements of life you hold most dearly will affect your actions. Two truths stand out in this discussion, and Pastor highlights them while challenging you to act in a manner pleasing to God.
Christmas is a time for celebrating the hope of possibilities. As the promised son to Zechariah and Elizabeth is born and named, a song filled with celebratory hope is sung. Listen as these two short sentences are examined and explained. Ask yourself if you can sing this hopeful theme yourself.
Mary’s song about her soon-to-be-born son, sometimes called the Magnificat, celebrates God’s person, power, and performance in her life. Mary was able to trace God’s hand in her own life, and it prompted a song of praise. Can you do that? Can you see God’s hand at work in your life? Are you singing God’s […]