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The following post is the second in a series of Scriptural messages called “The Songs of Christmas: Advent Meditations on the Incarnation.” I pray that these Advent devotions may be used by families as well as individuals and perhaps even … Continue reading
I wanted to provide an aid for congregations and pastors, particularly those in free church backgrounds, who want to move away from the commercialization of the season to focus on the Incarnation. That is a hard sell to be sure. … Continue reading
Yesterday the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization dealt with the desperately needed issue of reconciliation; a reconciliation that must come, through Jesus Christ, out of the brokenness of our sin condition in the world today. That theme hit on … Continue reading
I grew up eating mincemeat pie. Aunt Eva made them every Christmas, and as a child, I loved those pies. They were made of a finely chopped, cooked mixture that included raisins, currants, apples, suet, sugar, spice, candied peel, and … Continue reading
I always seek to place a “reflections” in the bulletin. I believe that for most people the Church, and in particular the liturgy of the Church, is the primary way that the sacred words and the familiar words and the … Continue reading
Another “Song” from Advent is the spontaneous, Spirit-shaped response of Mary’s cousin, Elizabeth. Preaching.com has published this second in the series and it is here.