A far off Christmas is an understatement this week. We head to the North Pole and all the way back to the Garden of Eden. The past two weeks we considered the when and the where. This week we’ll look at why do we have Christmas?
A far off Christmas sounds a little odd when everyone knows that Christmas comes around once a year. That wasn’t the case for God’s Old Testament people.
Are miracles real? That’s a tough question for the skeptic, but it’s not that hard for the Christian. How can we answer this challenge to the faith? Stay after worship as we work through another lesson in apologetics that has direct ties to Christmas.
The Reason for the Season is Jesus! In this first of two lessons we’ll look at how God kept his promise, not to God’s people, nor to Mary the Mother of Jesus, but to Elizabeth, the mother of Jesus’ cousin, John the Baptist.