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Epiphany: How does Jesus’ baptism reveal His identity?

Revealed: Jesus is the Son of God, the Lord's Anointed One

Before Christmas existed as its own holiday, the church celebrated Epiphany. Jesus’ birth was part of the church feast, but another event was primary. Which event? Why? What does it tell us?

How Do We Know God Invites Everyone?

The story of the Magi is evidence that Jesus came for everyone

Epiphany, or Three Kings Day, isn’t a day I learned about growing up. The Magi’s visit is displays the inclusiveness of God’s love for humanity.

Resolutions: Can I Do All Things?

Welcome 2024! Resolutions: Philippians 4:13 I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.

Ever use “I can do all things through Christ” as motivation? Let’s learn what Paul really meant. Taking scripture out of context leads to misinterpretation.

Waiting for God: Certain, Receptive, Responsive

Waiting for God. In Hebrew this means intertwining your life with His.

Simeon intertwined his life with God. He waited expectantly for the Lord’s Messiah, certain to meet him during his lifetime. Let’s learn from his cameo in Luke.

O Holy Night: Transformed from Empty to Worthy through Christ

O Holy Night! It is the night of our dear Savior's birth.

Christmas isn’t complete without a powerful performance of O Holy Night. I sing ‘fall on your knees’ then hum, but all the lyrics are as powerful as they sound.

The Herald Angels Sing: A Baby Born to Die

The angels herald a newborn King who was born to die for us

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing! announces more than a baby in a manger. It defines Jesus’ mission as Savior King and subtly introduces a new kind of kingdom.

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