Content Tagged: Christmas
Mary and Joseph were an ordinary couple, who had a baby in a small town called Bethlehem. From a human perspective, Jesus' birth was insignificant and unremarkable. But God often chooses ordinary people, in ordinary places, to accomplish extraordinary work.
The prophecy candle symbolizes the hope that is to be realized through the promised Messiah. John's Gospel shows us that our hope has arrived in the person of Jesus Christ.
Kick off the Advent Season by discovering six prophetic words from Isaiah 9 that will help you reconnect modern Christmas traditions with deeper biblical realities.
The Incarnation of Jesus reminds us that God understands us completely, loves us unconditionally, and saves us graciously. As we celebrate Advent, we remember that every grief and pain is overcome by the presence of God with us in Jesus Christ.
The Christmas season does not always feel as peaceful as it should. In the midst of anxiety, chaos, and the darkness of the world, the coming of Jesus provides us with the hope of real and lasting peace.