This time of year, it is often said, "Jesus is the Reason for the Season." Indeed He is, but how is Jesus the reason for a season of joy, generosity, and peace? The answer to this lies in the reasons why Jesus came to earth. Join us throughout December, as together, we're reminded of three reasons Jesus came for us: He came to bring blessing, to save that which was lost, and to be the one true King of hearts. This Christmas, we pray you'll allow the purpose of His coming to fill your heart with inexpressible and glorious joy. Joy to the world. The Lord is come!   

This time of year, it is often said, "Jesus is the Reason for the Season." Indeed He is, but how is Jesus the reason for a season of joy, generosity, and peace? The answer to this lies in the reasons why Jesus came to earth. Join us throughout December, as together, we're reminded of three reasons Jesus came for us: He came to bring blessing, to save that which was lost, and to be the one true King of hearts. This Christmas, we pray you'll allow the purpose of His coming to fill your heart with inexpressible and glorious joy. Joy to the world. The Lord is come! 

 

WEEK 1 - december 3rd, 2017
"#Blessed"
luke 1:26-56
KEVIN BOYD

The word blessed gets thrown around a lot but what does blessed really mean? Is it a prime parking spot or an unexpected sale on a much-desired item? If we’re honest, we know that’s not the case. In Luke 1, we learn about a woman who despite challenging circumstances, saw the true favor and blessings of God in her life.